Caorunn Gin is named after the Gaelic word for the Rowan Berry which forms this Scottish gin's signature botanical. These rowan berries are foraged, wild, from the Scottish Highlands along with four other botanicals: bog myrtle, heather, could blush apple, and dandelion leaf. This is combined with 6 traditional gin botanicals: juniper, coriander, angelica, cassia, orange and lemon peel. These 11 botanicals combine to create a sophisticated taste, full-bodied and aromatic with a clean, crisp sweetness. In a traditional G&T, it is complimented beautifully by a slice of red apple, but its versatility also lends itself to any gin cocktail.