Edinburgh Gin now £17.50 (70cl) @ John Lewis & Partners instore Grand Central
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Edinburgh Gin now £17.50 (70cl) @ John Lewis & Partners instore Grand Central

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LocalFound 16th Jan
Edinburgh Gin Seaside edition now reduced to 17.50 at John Lewis Grand Central in Birmingham.
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Very nice gin. £17.50 seems a fair deal for 70cl. Shame they had to ruin a decent label with that sticker. Would look a bit pikey on my makeshiftbar!
Edited by: "jaydrs" 16th Jan
Am I reading it right that the picture is Seaside flavour? Does it smell of raw sewage, rotting fish and chips and dead seagulls?
Cantthinkofanoriginalname28 s ago

Am I reading it right that the picture is Seaside flavour? Does it smell …Am I reading it right that the picture is Seaside flavour? Does it smell of raw sewage, rotting fish and chips and dead seagulls?


Where do you go on holidays? Blackpool
Cantthinkofanoriginalname13 m ago

Am I reading it right that the picture is Seaside flavour? Does it smell …Am I reading it right that the picture is Seaside flavour? Does it smell of raw sewage, rotting fish and chips and dead seagulls?



'Edinburgh' do a lot of flavoured gins; some of which, to put it politely, are an acquired taste. Perhaps this is one of the less popular ones they are selling off cheap?
Edited by: "bookdream" 16th Jan
jaydrs5 m ago

Where do you go on holidays? Blackpool



Too far north of me I was thinking of Weston Super Mud. Though I have to admit I voted hot just due to the name (going to have to see if my local JL has it now to find out what it tastes of....
Edited by: "Cantthinkofanoriginalname" 16th Jan
Cantthinkofanoriginalname22 m ago

Too far north of me I was thinking of Weston Super Mud. Though I have to …Too far north of me I was thinking of Weston Super Mud. Though I have to admit I voted hot just due to the name (going to have to see if my local JL has it now to find out what it tastes of....


WSM is the worst, tbf. Went there before Xmas. Was a laugh, but it’s a bit gritty.
"David and the team explored the Scottish coastline in search of the perfect indigenous ingredients for a distinctively Scottish seaside flavour. After extensive experimentation, they settled on a combination of seaweed, scurvy grass and ground ivy to lend the gin a slightly sweet yet refreshingly minerally taste – perfect for mixing into G&Ts on long, hot afternoons or creating summer Seaside Martinis."

Official blurb from the EG Team. Hopefully not bottled with the essence of sewage, but as ever Caveat Emptor.
Fruit juice.
I’m impressed that Edinburgh finally made a strong gin (57%)
Great expression from EG. Bargain at this price
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