King's Hill

Rhubarb & Raspberry Gin

£39.95
70cl / 38%

This King's Hill Rhubarb and Raspberry gin is elegant, refreshing and packed full of sweet Scottish raspberries.

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Distillery StatusOperational

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength38%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


Situated in an inconspicuous industrial unit, The Pentland Still distillery sits on the outskirts of Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh, overlooked by the imposing Pentland Hills. The distillery features a traditional Iberian copper pot still named Marion after distiller Sandy’s grandmother.

King’s Hill Gin, founded in 2017, is the first spirit from The Pentland Still.

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