True OriGINs Scottish Craft Gin Festival heads to London

Looking to brush up your Scottish gin knowledge? Then why not head to Tobacco Dock this November for True OriGINs Scottish craft gin festival

For the first time ever, True OriGINs will be bringing their hugely popular festival over the border to the iconic Tobacco Dock & Sealing up a tantalising array of Scottish gins & Mixer for four days from 1st – 4th November.

The brainchild of Aberdeenshire brothers Mungo and Guy Finlayson, the festival champions authentic Scottish craft gins and to shine a light on this thriving corner of the gin market. 

“Many people seem unaware of the importance Scotland has to play in the gin industry,” says Mungo. “In fact, 70% of British gin is distilled in Scotland. At proud Scots, we’re keen to spread the word and to show everyone how fantastic authentic Scottish craft gin can be.”

While many gins claiming to be Scottish are, in fact, bottled or distilled over the border in England, True OriGINs has collected an offering of authentically Scottish gins from every corner of Scotland to showcase the wealth of talent on offer. From the stormy shores of Shetland to the windy Western Isles and the heather-hugged hills of the Highlands to the brother’s home county of Aberdeenshire, True OriGINs are making the most of Scotland’s wild botanicals, talent and spirit.

“We really want to take our visitors on a journey around the Scottish Isles and make the whole experience as exciting and immersive as possible.” Eight different Scottish regions will be represented with their own bars across the venue, so festival-goers can go on a thorough exploration of their unique distillations and botanicals.”

Visitors to the festival will receive a glass from which to sample all that juniper nectar and also a ‘Gin Bible’. This will describe each distillation in detail so that visitors can gain an insight into each gin they sample.

Tickets for the event are on sale now and going fast!

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