Caorunn Small Batch Scottish Gin: This might be the most exotic of these three gins. For one, Caorunn (ka-roon) is made in Scotland. It is a light 83.6 proof, and is made with 11 botanicals, five of which were chosen for their “Celtic” heritage—heather, bog myrtle, rowan berry, dandelion, and “coul blush apple.” Funny enough, the makers suggest serving it in tonic with a slice of apple not lime. The gin is made at Balmenach Distillery, and it is very mild. Wave it under your nose and you won’t get a blast of pine up your schnozz or prickles in your sinuses. The flavor is lightly floral and citrusy, with just a touch of juniper. Very pleasant, and probably especially appealing to the novice gin drinker or the martini quaffer looking for something gentler than the usual.
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About International Beverage Holdings, Limited.
Caorunn is produced by International Beverage Holdings, Limited. (www.interbevgroup.com) IBHL was established in 2005, as the international arm of ThaiBev, one of South East Asia’s leading alcohol beverage companies. With a network of regional offices in Asia, Europe and North America, the company is responsible for the production, sales, marketing and distribution of a portfolio of premium global brands in more than 80 countries and territories. The company’s success is built on a strong understanding of local cultures and markets along with the creation of a global operational network.