Balmenach Distillery, nestled deep in the stunning landscapes of the Scottish Highlands is the home of Caorunn Gin. Our handcrafted gin is made with the care and passion you would expect from our renowned Scottish spirit making expertise.
Balmenach Distillery’s rugged location in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park furnishes Caorunn with the world’s finest ingredients for crafting artisan gin. Crystal clear Scottish water is married with locally foraged botanicals to create a gin of supreme quality and heritage. Savoured around the world, Caorunn offers the drinks connoisseur the opportunity to embrace a wildly sophisticated gin of unrivalled quality.
The history of the distillery is as old as it is acclaimed. It was one of the first distilleries in Scotland to be licensed in the production of Scotch whisky in 1824. Balmenach has been a byword for excellence for nearly three centuries.
Caorunn Gin is the taste of wild sophistication – an expert infusion of five locally foraged botanicals and six traditional botanicals. It is traditionally served with cool fizzing tonic and slices of red apple to highlight its aromatic flavour profile, however our gin is beautifully versatile which means its also perfect for any classic or contemporary cocktail.
Caorunn Gin is a Modern “London Dry” Gin. It has a dry and crisp, aromatic taste adventure and a long dry finish.
What makes Caorunn so remarkable? The answer is simple – it’s all in our unique blend of botanicals.
Caorunn, pronounced ‘ka-roon’, is the Gaelic word for Rowan Berry. This is a Celtic botanical that forms the very soul of our gin. Infusing a total of eleven botanicals in our unique Copper Berry Chamber, we harness Scotland’s unique natural resources and age old botanicals to mouth-watering effect. Wild, foraged Scottish Highland botanicals.
Appearance Perfectly clear like pure Scottish water.
Aroma: Fresh, floral, citrus, slightly spicy and aromatic.
Flavour: Clean, crisp, sweet, full bodied and aromatic.
Finish: Invigorating, long lasting, refreshing, crisp and slightly drying.