Pickering's Gin is based on an old Bombay recipe, handwritten on a fragment of paper dated 17 July 1947. Kept as a family secret for over 66 years, it only resurfaced in 2013 when the guys at Pickering's began distilling at Summerhall, right in the heart of Edinburgh.
By the time it was launched in 2014 they had fine-tuned the recipe, perfecting its balance of botanicals and tweaking it to the contemporary palate. The result is a spectacularly smooth, refreshing and flavoursome gin.
Est. – March 2014
Location – Edinurgh
Owner – Marcus Pickering and Matthew Gammell
Known Botanicals – Juniper, Lemon, Lime, Coriander, Anise, Angelica, Cardamom, Clove and Fennel.
Serving Suggestions – Ice, tonic and slice of pink grapefruit
Tasting Notes – Fresh, light and bold flavours of citrus and juniper give way to intense warming spice of cardamom, coriander seed and clove.
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