Juniper Bar and Restaurant

 7 deadly gins all served with a choice of Fever Tree Tonic
(Price includes Tonic)

Bombay Sapphire                                        £4.50

Tanqueray (Scottish)                            £4.50

Caorunn (Scottish)                               £5.00

Bombay Sapphire has a ripe citrus aroma with spice and a touch of Juniper. The 10 botanicals are Almond, Lemon peel, Liquorice, Juniper Berries, Orris Root, Angelica, Coriander, Cassia bark, Cabeb berries & grains of Paradise.
Served with a wedge of Lime and Lime Leaf.
Originated in England but is now distilled in Scotland.
Key botanicals are Juniper, Coriander, Angelica root and Liquorice.
Served with a pink grapefruit slice.
Created at Balmenach distillery in Speyside. Using small batches of pure grain spirit which are triple distilled for smoothness, the gin is created using the distillery’s unique Copper Berry Chamber, which was made in the 1920’s. It is infused with five Celtic botanicals (including Coul Blush Apple and Bog Myrtle), six traditional botanicals and Scottish spring water. Caorunn gin is hand crafted by Balmenach’s Gin master who personally oversees every step of the process.
Served with sliced red apple

Hendrick's (Scottish)                         £5.50

Stirling Gin (Scottish)                         £5.50

Hendrick's wondrous botanical signature consists of flowers, roots, fruits and seeds from the world over. With a duet of infusions: Rose Petal and Cucumber.
Hendrick's is the marriage of two different spirits from two rare and unusual stills: the Bennet Still and the Carter-Head still. Made even more famous for being Mr Gray's preferred drink!
Served with Wedges of Cucumber, Cracked Black Pepper, and a spray of Lime.
Scotland newest gin.What makes this gin interesting is a fusion of traditional and local botanicals, including hand-picked Stirlingshire nettles which give the gin a spicy kick married with juniper, basil,angelica root, orange and lemon peel.
Served with fresh basil leaves.
Blackwoods (Shetland)                      £5.00
The worlds first vintage gin.
Shetland botanicals are infused with juniper and coriander, plus other botanicals including lime, to give this dry gin its unique and complex flavour. The botanicals are steeped in natural mineral water to release their gentle flavours before they go on to distillation in small batches using a traditional copper still.
An abundance of citrus on the nose with gentle floral notes to follow. Extremely smooth yet crisp with citrus, herbal and floral notes coming through on the palate.
Served with cucumber and a spring of Rosemary.

Edinburgh Gin (Scottish)                 £5.00

In 1777 there were eight licensed distilleries and almost 400 illegal stills in Edinburgh and the Port of Leith. As gin rose to become the fashionable spirit, Edinburgh distillers, like their London counterparts, produced gin
from locally sourced ingredients. Edinburgh Gin's clean citrus notes and aromatic Juniper make it the perfect base for a Gin. A well balanced crisp gin with a gingery spiciness and laid back citrus.
Served with mint and lime.