Here's what we'll be drinking on #WorldGinDay! Quick, easy & delicious!
- 2 oz Dà Mhìle botanical gin
- 1/2 oz lemon juice
- Slice of lemon
- 2 tsp honey or sugar
- Handful of mint
Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into an ice-filled glass.
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Did you know that we commissioned the first organic whisky of the modern era? Way back in 1992 our founder John Savage-Onstwedder commissioned the first organic whisky to be made at Springbank Distillery in Scotland.
One of those historic casks, which was dubbed a "Superstar whisky" in Jim Murray's 'Whisky Bible' was just auctioned off for a record breaking £50,300, making it the most expensive organic whisky ever sold!
Dà Mhìle Organic Single Malt Whisky
We just bottled our penultimate cask of the historic Dà Mhìle organic single malt whisky which was distilled at Loch Lomond Distillery in the year 2000. This whisky has been aging in sherry hogsheads for 15 years, here are our tasting notes:
Nose: Liquorice, almonds, demerara wrapped in salted sea mist.
Taste: Imagine freshly baked sourdough with a slight layer of salted butter. Followed by spice and light liquorice.
Finish: This is wonderful - roast coffee and dark chocolate – silky smooth texture, stretching beyond a woody horizon.
There are only 315 bottles for worldwide distribution so we are limiting each sale to a maximum of 2 bottles.
We are about to bottle our last cask of the historic Dà Mhìle organic single grain whisky which was distilled at Loch Lomond Distillery in the year 2000. This whisky has been aging in ex-bourbon barrels for 15 years and has taken on a warm, golden, caramel colour. The nose reveals a gentle sweetness and subtle vanilla. And it has beautifully chewy mouthfeel with vanilla and butter tones. A wonderful balance.
There are only 378 bottles for worldwide distribution so we are limiting each sale to a maximum of 2 bottles. Once these bottles are sold they will be gone forever so get your's soon.
Yes, it exists and it's great!
Our crew collected apples from local orchards and made cider. We then distilled it using our own slow cook method and put it in organic oak wine barrels to age for six months. It still has some time in the barrel but it's already tasting great and has a gorgeous rose pink hue to it.