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Scotland is known the world over for its
premium spirit producing reputation.


Our gin is inspired by the natural beauty of Ben Lomond, Scotland’s most Southerly Munro, and the stunning area surrounding it. Ben Lomond, which overlooks Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, is considered to be the “Gateway to the Highlands” and is a dramatic backdrop renowned to have been inspiring exploration, adventure and discovery for generations.

Our gin has been created to spotlight this most iconic mountain,
as well as Scotland's stunningly beautiful Loch Lomond.


Ben Lomond Gin is presented in a vibrant purple bottle in tribute to the flowering heather found on the slopes of Ben Lomond and across the surrounding countryside.

This is complemented with a bold wooden closure which represents the natural feel of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.



Throughout the autumn months rowan trees, native to the UK and most commonly found in the Highlands of Scotland, come into full bloom producing an abundance of bright red berries. These succulent berries have been foraged from the area surrounding Ben Lomond and along with hand-picked Scottish blackcurrants are incorporated as botanicals to become an integral part of this delicate gin.


While acclaimed for their distinctive, crisp taste, rowan berries were also prominent in ancient folklore for their magical and protective powers. Ancient Scots deemed rowan trees so sacred it was forbidden to cut off any part of the tree, except for religious ceremonies. Also known as the ‘traveller’s tree’, boats were made from its wood to safeguard them from storms, and walking sticks were fashioned from its branches to protect wanderers from going off course.