Today is Red Door Gin’s 1st Birthday! What better way to celebrate than cracking open the beautifully bold red bottle and enjoying a gin and tonic in the sunshine. I’m serving mine with ice, Walter Gregors tonic, creating the perfect Scottish pair and garnishing with a handful of raspberries from the garden.
Red Door is a small-batch handcrafted Gin, which gets it name from the distinctive red doors at it’s distillery. The flavours are inspired by the Scottish Mountains, forests and coastal fringes. Handmade in the copper still names ‘Peggy’, Red Door delivers signature notes of juniper, citrus notes from the bitter orange, with aromatic tones of the sea buckthorn, floral pearls of heather and chocolatey rowan berries. Red Door contains a total of 8 botanicals and is bottled at 45%.
I have always been a lover of Scottish gin and Red Door is not exception. Its iconic red bottle and distinctive flavours stand out from the rest. It might be a small batch gin, but it is a bold one!
My First taste… a few months ago in garden. I first discovered Red Door on Instagram. Lots of other bloggers were writing such positive thing about it. It certainly stands out on social media and the botanicals sounded so intriguing to me, especially the chocolatey rowan berries. I just had to get a bottle and I was not disappointed!
P.s if you like negronis, Red Door makes the perfect base!
Happy Birthday Red Door! Keep shining and be bold! #OneYearYoung #RedDoorGin
I am excited to see what the coming years bring. Silánte!