Leith Gin

Joie de Leith

The port of Leith has a spirited history of importing and producing gin, dating back to the 1700s. It was the gateway to one of Scotland's most important 18th century trading partners - the Netherlands - from where the Dutch East India Company imported luxury goods, including gin's precursor, genever.

After falling out of fashion during the 1900s, gin is surging back into hearts and minds right across the globe and Leith's 'big sister', Edinburgh, apparently consumes more gin per head of population than any other city in the world!

We've put Leith firmly back on the gin map with this deliciously well-made, London-Dry style gin - perfect for enjoying with your favourite tonic or as the base for a cocktail. The blend reflects the history of Leith, with botanicals coming from the four corners of the world.

Leith Gin is a no-nonsense experience – very much inspired by Leith and its folk - enjoy the 'Joie de Leith'!

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Tasting Notes

Delicate light fresh notes of citrus with coriander followed by sweet juniper.

Fresh and mellow. Citrus with herbaceous notes of juniper and coriander. A touch of dryness from the angelica root.

Refreshingly clean, with juniper and citrus notes in the background.

How to serve:
Serve with your favourite tonic water in a tall glass over lots of ice with a citrus fruit garnish.

Sunshine in Leith

  • 50ml Leith Gin
  • 50ml orange juice
  • 3 drops of Angostura
  • Top up with Fever Tree Sicilian lemonade
  • Build in a tall glass over cubed ice
  • Garnish with a slice of lemon

Bluebird Days

  • 35ml Leith Gin
  • 25ml fresh lemon
  • 10ml gomme
  • 25ml blueberry puree
  • 25ml egg white
  • Wet shake with ice
  • Dry shake without ice to froth it

Leith Collins

  • 50ml Leith Gin
  • 25ml fresh pressed lemon
  • 25ml camomile syrup
  • 25ml pressed pink grapefruit
  • Shake, top with soda

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