Make the 25th January memorable with three winner from The Spirit of Manchester Distillery, Balblair and Caorunn
Recognised and revered around the world, Balblair’s award-winning exceptional whisky delivers unmatched quality and exceptional craftsmanship with every bottle.
Established in 1790, Balblair’s distillery is tucked away in the ancient heart of the Highlands near the Dornoch Firth, a place you’ll be warmly welcomed. Being one of the oldest working distilleries in the Northern Scottish Highlands. A perfect gift or party addition for Burn’s Night.
Spirit of Manchester Distillery
We thought that you might like to consider an alternative to a Scottish Whisky for Burn’s Night and include an English whisky in any potential round ups you may have planned. Why not get a loved one of friend the chance to join the Spirit of Manchester One Point Six Founders Club.
For those non whisky drinkers, why not look at some handcrafted, small batch Scottish Gin. Caorunn (pronounced ka-roon) Gin comes from the Gaelic name for Rowan Berry, which grows wild within a 5-minute walk from the distillery. The Rowan Berry is infused with five other locally foraged botanicals including dandelion leaf, heather, Coul blush apple and bog myrtle along with six traditional gin botanicals and natural Scottish water. Fresh and floral on the nose, this gin is clean, sweet, full-bodied and aromatic with a long-lasting dry and crisp finish.