Scottish gins have grown in prominence of late, and Caorunn is one that stands out thanks to the unusual botanicals it has. Pronounced 'Ka-roon', this gin draws from locally foraged fruits and berries , rowan berries, blackthorn, hawthorn and apples make up some of the botanicals. Bottled at 54%, this gin packs a nice punch. A good helping of peppery juniper leads into a sweeter fruity note, a touch of heather and a lingering fresh grassiness with a touch of dried herbs. Pair this with slices of apple in a G & T.