Looking for a stocking filler for a gin lover in your family? Why not pick up some of Fidra Gin’s newly launched miniature bottles this Christmas?
The fragrant gin is named after Fidra, an island off the coast of North Berwick which is said to be the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. Like their standard bottles, the miniature bottles are elegant, slim and beautifully illustrated with islands, gulls and lighthouses. Their eye catching design and branding was recently recognised at the Scottish Gin Awards, with Fidra being a finalist in the Branding of the Year category.
The gin itself is crystal clear, pure and has a slightly salty tang of the sea. A finalist in the London Dry of the Year category at the Scottish Gin Awards, Fidra is made in small batches and infused with coastal botanicals from East Lothian. Jo and Emma, owners of Fidra Gin, scavenge the beautiful East Lothian coastline for sea buckthorn and rosehip, and grow lemon thyme at Archerfield Walled Garden. These botanicals, along with juniper and elderflower, give the gin a fantastically fresh flavour.
Fidra Gin is currently available in 10cl bottles and 70cl bottles. For more information about Fidra Gin, visit their website.