In the year 1658 world renowned Professor Franz de la Boë gently infused a clear grain spirit with hand picked juniper berries while painstakingly searching for a medicinal tonic. Franz de la Boë invented the worlds first GIN!
Boë Scottish Gin is lovingly created in small batches under the watchful eye of our Master Distiller, where rare hand picked botanicals and spices are infused in the finest neutral grain spirit, liberating the full flavours of triple filtered Boë Scottish Gin, creating a high class gin, characteristically citrus with extraordinary balance and smoothness.
Boë Scottish Gin is cut exactly to 41.5% alc vol with crystal clear water from the tranquil glens of ancient Scotland. To produce a gin with perfect flavour and lasting character, in keeping with the pioneering spirit of Franz de la Boë born 1614 to 1672. His SPIRIT lives on!
THE PERFECT POUR:
2 ounces Boe Scottish Gin
premium bottled tonic
2 wedges of fresh orange
Fill a balloon or tall glass with cubed ice, take a wedge of fresh orange and rim the glass then drop the wedge into the glass, pour Boë Scottish Gin over the ice and top up with premium bottled tonic, garnish the glass with a wedge of fresh orange, stir, sit back and enjoy the perfect Boë Scottish Gin and tonic.
In a bit of a cocktail mood. Why not try some of our sophisticated drinks below and try something different.
Shake all ingredients over ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with the lemon twist.
In a shaker half-filled with ice cubes, combine all of the ingredients. Shake well. Strain into a cocktail glass.
Stack the ingredients in a highball glass over ice. Stir, garnish with a twist of lemon peel, and serve.
Mix all ingredients, except club soda and mint sprigs, in a blender. Pour the mixture into a chilled Collins glass. Top off the glass with cold club soda and stir gently. Garnish with the mint sprigs.
Stir Boë Gin and vermouth in a mixing glass with plenty of ice. Strain the mixture into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with the olive or lemon twist.