A new 'storm strength' version of Orkney Distilling’s Kirkjuvagr Gin is being launched in Kirkwall this weekend.
It’s a landmark building and a favourite haunt for generations of Invernessians, but now The Heathmount, a popular independent restaurant, bar and hotel, is sporting a fresh new looking following a £250,000 refurbishment led by award-winning Glasgow designer Mark Brunjes.
An Aberdeen nightspot owner has teamed up with two other UK bar scene experts to launch a gin made with Darjeeling tea.
Gin flavoured with tree needles has gone on sale to save the ancient Caledonian Forest.
When Nick and Emma Smalley met on the dance floor 17 years ago they could never have imagined they would go on to become parents... or the founders of Scotland's first tea distilled gin.
If you are a gin lover, then this holiday will be right up your street.
A historic north-east soft drinks firm revived by a descendant of its founders has launched just the tonic for Scotland's fizzing gin industry.
The UK’s first gin hotel has opened its doors to the public.
A Highland hotel has been granted planning permission for a distillery to produce gin from locally gathered plants.
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy a refreshing gin – whether with tonic water, ice and slice or in a cocktail. And Scotland has become a place known not just for its malts, but the varied and interesting gins being produced.
A flood of proposals for new whisky and gin distilleries across the north has left a leading economist baffled.
A Highland hotel is hoping to start distilling its own gin using plants gathered in the local area.
A couple from Kirkwall are tapping into the Orkney’s Norse heritage with plans to set up a distillery for making their own brand of gin on the islands.
Gin is to be distilled in Aberdeen for the first time in more than 100 years.
An Angus-based “farm-to-bottle” distillery has followed up last year’s launch of its vodka brand with a high-end gin.
Gin, quite simply, is taking Scotland by storm.
Around 3,500 beer-lovers are expected to flock to the second year of an Aberdeenshire drinks festival next month.
Gin enthusiasts will be in high spirits at a Moray pipe band extravaganza this weekend, as organisers have dedicated a special bar to homegrown versions of the popular tipple.
Laphroaigh, Talisker, Glenfiddich, Highland Park and Glenmorangie. Most people can name which famous Scottish drink these belong to.
Beer lovers will flock to an Aberdeenshire town later this year as a popular Deeside event spreads its wings.
Police are hunting a gang that made off with more than 15,000 bottles of whisky and gin in a daylight heist.