DC Thomson Media, one of the UK’s leading media creators, has launched The Gin Kin Shop, an extension of celebrated gin website The Gin Kin.
The day I… made the world’s oldest gin: Jane MacDuff, 57, and son Iain, 38, Renfrew, share their story
With so many gin brands and bottles sitting on supermarket shelves these days, it’s hard to remember a time when the botanical spirit wasn’t everyone’s favourite tipple.
The number of gin producers in this country has multiplied in the last couple of years, which is good news for gin lovers, as there are plenty more to taste and enjoy, as well as dozens of new and exciting flavours to try.
Two Scottish bartenders have been named as two of five UK regional finalists in an international cocktail competition curated by Caorunn Gin.
Gin has been enjoying a real flourish as the on-trend drink, with Scottish distilleries at the heart of the boom.
North Uist Distillery has announced the release of the island's first ever gin.
Gin sales have seen a "staggering" boost to reach a record 73 million bottles last year, figures show.
Meet the Scottish foragers helping to feed the blooming gin market, from seaweed to thistles, pine needles to gorse
Originally crafted in illegal stills and smuggled into Edinburgh’s Leith port in the 1700s to sate the country’s thirst for illicit alcohol, Scotland has a long-held love affair with the humble gin.
THINK of a typical Burns Night drink and your mind might automatically jump to whisky.
ONLINE ads that carried "light-hearted" comments about gin have been banned by a watchdog for encouraging excessive drinking and making misleading nutrition claims.