PURIST ART GIN BATCH #7 - EDINBURGH SPECIAL EDITION - MOLLY SELLERS

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🏆 93/100 - Silver Medal at the IWSC Awards 2020 🏆

🏆 Country Winner for Scotland - London Dry Gin - World Gin Awards 2022🏆 

A Classic London Dry

Purist Art Gin is our quintessential London Dry expression.

Rounded, smooth, punchy. 


Distiller’s Notes


“There’s aromas of Orange and Cassia on the nose, then it (Purist Art) develops further in the mouth to a more classic juniper and coriander flavour. Afterwards the Yuzu bursts through, enveloping the palate. The whole experience is completely refreshing, our process achieves a lighter-than-air mouthfeel.”


Bruce Walker, Distiller and Founder. 



Our Process


Whilst our bottle art changes from batch to batch, our award-winning, single-shot London Dry Gin recipe never changes. We use a single-shot process, meaning we add only water after we distill, which is what makes our gin ultra-smooth and extra-drinkable. 

Gin Details:

Key botanicals: Yuzu, Juniper, Coriander, Almond powder, Cassia and citrus peel. 

ABV: 42%

Method: Rectified - Grain Neutral Spirit


Serving suggestion(s):

Serve with tonic and plenty of ice, we recommend garnishing with a slice of Pink Grapefruit.

 

 Art Details:

Our current Artist is Molly Sellers, life-long artist and excellent technical drawer. She’s responsible for Batch #4 and Batch #7 of our Purist Art Gin, coincidentally also our first special City editions!

After her first design (the Glasgow Special Edition) was such a success, we knew we had to have Molly back to design us a full city series. What better place to start after Glasgow than the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh!

Having attended Uni in Edinburgh, we gave her free reign to select some of the most iconic architecture in Edinburgh! Obviously the historic Edinburgh castle had to feature, but the label design also incorporates Edinburgh University, the Scott Monument on the Royal mile, St Giles' Cathedral and of course, Grey-friars Bobby!


Read more about Molly here: 

https://puristgin.co.uk/blogs/artist-profiles/molly-sellers-artist-profile