I’ve been wanting to try this for quite some time, and it was worth the wait. It’s quite the most unusual gin I’ve ever tasted. The flavour is clean but complex: fresh, but with a distinct taste that is slightly… stony. It makes me think of pebbly shores. The mouth-feel is what’s so unique about this gin: it leaves a very soft, rounded, viscous sensation on the tongue. Most peculiar, but very lovely!
My tasting notes for Isle of Harris gin. I’d been dying to try it for some time and it really was worth the wait! In addition the bottle is simply stunning – I couldn’t stop taking photos of it, and then I decided to paint it. Both paintings turned out beautifully, I’m really pleased with them.