Tayport Distillery Scots Pine Gin

  • Tayport Distillery Scots Pine Gin
  • Tayport Distillery Scots Pine Gin
  • Tayport Distillery Scots Pine Gin
  • Tayport Distillery Scots Pine Gin

Tayport Distillery Scots Pine Gin


AVAILABILITY: 6 in stock

Rated highly for its quality and flavour, Tayport Distillery's Scots Pine Gin is a sophisticated and exclusive spirit made with foraged Scots pine from the family's garden. The gin is steeped with juniper and coriander and then vapour-infused with other botanicals for an evergreen, balanced juniper-led spirit with lively citrus and spice notes. The perfect addition to a luxury drinks cabinet.

Spirit Gin
Style London Dry
Where's it from? Tayport, Fife, Scotland
Volume 50cl
ABV 40%
Garnish A slice of orange, light tonic or ginger ale and ice


About the Producer

Tayport Distillery are a family business dedicated to making spirits using delicious fruit and grains grown by local farmers. Situated in a wonderful location by the River Tay and on the edge of Tentsmuir forest, they are committed to creating a sustainable business and supporting the community.

They have always been open-minded in the spirits they produce. Making Scotland's first Eau de Vie to showcase the amazing fruit on their doorstep, to producing a vodka made with Scottish Malt Barley rather than potato or wheat... It is their belief that experimentation and exploration of local flavours has given them a unique insight into producing premium products.

They deliberately invested in the most modern and innovative 500L still to make their spirits. Traditional spirits such as Gin and Vodka made to old recipes can be produced to the highest quality using this technology. Their spirits have been recognised by the International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC), Vodka Masters and at the Great Taste Awards.

The distillery has grown organically into a multi-award winning business with a range of spirits and liqueurs. During that time, they have consistently looked for solutions to become more sustainable by:

- Using surplus fruit that would go to waste.

- Disposing of the spent grain to an anaerobic digester which is converted into gas for Tayport.

- Installing a more effcient cooling system into the distillation process.

- Reducing the plastic within the packaging for bottles and in deliveries.

Visit the Tayport Distillery Website