EDINBURGH GIN Reviews

All Edinburgh Gin Reviews

Average rating: 9.4/10 (104 votes)

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Edinburgh Gin Seaside Gin
Chaz,
One of my absolute favorite gins! This is ideal with Fever Tree Mediterranean. Smooth and refreshing.
Edinburgh Gin Cannonball Navy Strength
Chaz,
This is a fantastic gin! Lots of floral and fruity flavors (and the higher alcohol content) make this an ideal gin for a G&T.
Edinburgh Gin
Pamela,
Love the botanical blend in the gin. Had it in Edinburgh five years ago, got a couple bottles last time in London (’19). Didn’t find it at DutyFree in London either. SO HAPPY to find it here in US at last
Edinburgh Gin
Ross,
A very nice gin. Holds some sentimental value as I have toured the distillery in Edinburgh. Prefer this variety over the others that they make. Dry floral taste which is what my pallet likes.
Edinburgh Gin
Lindsay,
My favorite gin! Cucumber and citrus flavors are prominent, much less juniper than most gins.
Edinburgh Gin
Andrea,
It is a purely personal observation, but this gin is too strong in taste. Quite overpowering the pure taste of gin
Edinburgh Gin Seaside Gin
Hue,
Absolutely love this. The salty brine flavors make this a unique gin.
Edinburgh Gin Cannonball Navy Strength
Maxwell,
Either my favorite or second favorite gin (tied with Drumshanbo Irish Gin). I tried it along with the lower-proof Edinburgh gin. The combination of juniper and understated alcohol really did it for me.
Edinburgh Gin Seaside Gin
Melissa,
It’s not just your typical gin, it has a clean refreshing flavor from the minerals of Edinburgh’s shores.
Edinburgh Gin
Charles,
I'm not generally a gin drinker (bourbon and scotch are the nectar of the gods), and I use gin almost exclusively in negronis. This gin was exciting. Edinburgh was as smooth as Sapphire or Tanquaray, my usual go-to gins. However, the different botanicals in Edinburgh gave it a livelier taste and feel. This made Edinburgh a substantive upgrade for a negroni. (My wife still prefers Tanquaray for her G&T.)
Edinburgh Gin Cannonball Navy Strength
guest,
Really love this gin. Very flavourful and could go with lots of mixers!