Born in the west end gardens of Glasgow, using homegrown botanicals, Garden Shed are a small batch gin distillery passionate about, both gin & the environment.
Est - Dec 2017
Location - Glasgow
Owner(s) - Maxine and Ryan Grant, Kirstin and Ruaridh Jackson
Serving Suggestions - 1 part Gin to 2 parts classic tonic, garnished with a blackberry and a sprig of rosemary or lavender. Fever-tree Mediterranean tonic also goes really well for those people who like a more “cocktail’y” drink as it brings out more of the florals in the Gin.
Known Botanicals - The main botanicals in the Gin are blackberry, lavender and dandelion root but there are 14 botanicals altogether.
Tasting Notes - It is packed full of florals and spices giving a fresh smelling and tasting gin with a distinctively smooth long lasting finish. The blackberry, Lavender and lemon come through really nicely.
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