It’s Halloween, the time of ghosts and ghouls, and scary stories. But, not all horrors are supernatural - we’re sharing the most frightening things that can happen to a gin lover.
The gin is amazing, the tonic first class, it's a proper glass and plenty of ice but, hang on, is that glass still warm from the dishwasher? Disaster!
The pub’s run out of ice. Nooooo!!!
There’s no gin left in the house... and the shops are shut!!! Panic!
You go to the pub with your friends only to find, they only sell one gin and it’s that old, familiar green bottle.
The bar has a fantastic selection of gins...and one tonic. A low quality, really sweet one. Well, that's that G&T ruined.
At a party, somebody really nice hands you a G&T, you go to drink it, and the chilling realisation strikes. It's a vodka and tonic!
The barman selects his glass, he adds his ice, he pours the gin, he gets out a bottle of fabulous tonic, he opens the top...and then proceeds to drown the gin in front of your eyes with too much tonic. The monster!
You go to taste your Hendricks and, shock, horror, somebody’s garnished it with lemon. What kind of animal would do this?!
Ordering your favourite gin at the bar, only for it to run out mid-pour... and there's none left in stock.
If you’re beginning to broaden your gin palate but not sure where to start, then look no further. We have a little guide to give you a hand, when you know you like that gin...try this gin for something new.
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We sat down for a G-Interview with Gordon Castle's Angus Gordon Lennox about the inspiration for his crisp and elegant gin and the overall Gordon Castle brand.
Although it's more famous for whisky, Scotland has produced some amazing gins over the years. These 7 superb Scottish Gins are a few of our favourites.