Category Archives: Edinburgh Gin

Nearly Friday. . . Try a Mog’s Meg 75 :)

Mog’s Meg 75 25ml Edinburgh Gin 12.5ml St. Germain 5ml gomme ½ kiwi 100ml Prosecco Deskin and chop the Kiwi, and muddle in a Boston Glass. Add Edinburgh Gin, St.Germain, gomme and shake well. Double strain and top with prosecco followed by a quick stir. For more Edinburgh Gin cocktails check out www.theskinny.co.uk

Santa Nicol’s Gin-ger Eggnog

Edinburgh Gin’s New Christmas Cocktail Jamie MacDonald of Stockbridge’s exclusive cocktail snug The Raconteur has created Santa Nicol’s Gin-ger Eggnog cocktail specially for those who’ve been naughty this year. Not only will the warming combination of ginger, cream and nutmeg put you right in the mood for a few rounds of Silent Night, you can Continue reading..

Edinburgh’s Diminished Reserve

Edinburgh’s Diminished Reserve has been created by Paul O’Donoghue, the General Manager at Bond 9, 84 Commercial st, Leith. Bond No9 lounge bar stands on the site of a former whisky bond building on the shore at Leith. Leith was once the heart of Edinburgh’s gin distilling in the 1770s when there were eight licenced Continue reading..

Win a Bottle of Edinburgh Gin

It’s Competition Time at Spencerfield Farm So in partnership with Fluid Edinburgh and in celebration of The Foodies Festival in Holyrood Park Edinburgh from August 13th-15th we’re offering one lucky winner a bottle of award-winning Edinburgh Gin -  also available at the festival. To be in with a chance of winning a bottle of our Continue reading..

Edinburgh Gin Wins a SIP Gold Award

Venue: Ivy Rooftop at the Hyatt Andaz Hotel in downtown San Diego, California Date: June 21st 2010 Presenting: The 2nd – Spirits International Prestige (SIP) Awards The SIP Awards is the only international spirits competition with established brands and newcomers competing along side each other. 50 Consumers are the judges who blind taste and score Continue reading..

Icons of Scottish Hospitality

Edinburgh Gin is now available as the ‘pouring gin’ at two landmark Scottish establishments. The Balmoral Hotel 1 Princes Street Edinburgh Champany Inn Linlithgow West Lothian How wonderful!!!!!

Introducing:Spencerfield’s new team member

The Sheepdipper will shortly be carrying the Spencerfield’s colours to the race tracks of UK, He is a four year old bright bay out of Weldnaas and Good Job (a Deep Run mare) Hes heading to Overton near lanark for his first race track on Feb 16th to have his first race track outing – after racing!!! Continue reading..

Burns Supper: January 25th.

Find out more about NCH Scotland, the children’s charity Find out more about www.realradiofm.com Considering the ingredients of a Haggis, (particularly the casing) isn’t Sheep Dip the perfect whisky to accompany a Real Burns Supper? We think so. (Well we would wouldn’t we?) With the great date, for the great man looming, we thought some Continue reading..

Fame at last.

“George? …who’s George”…please get in touch, George. George kindly sent Paul O’Grady a mini Sheep Dip and a mini Pigs Nose explaining that his friend on Skye put his longevity down to a Pigs Nose each morning and a Sheep Dip each night …. please try this at home

Don’t try this at home.

Brian McGregor, head of Art at new, hot, Edinburgh creative consultancy mightysmall sent me the above illustration. It’s has been suggested that the daring young chap on this cover, from a 1950′s French farming magazine, is non-other than a young Alex Nicol. The truth of this, I couldn’t possibly say, but I suppose the only Continue reading..