Enjoyed by the discerning gin connoisseur

A premium gin, born on the Hebridean Isle of Colonsay


Wild Island Botanic Gin is a celebration of the beauty and unique character of our island home, the Isle of Colonsay.

We set out to create a truly exceptional spirit crafted around the native botanicals that grow on our crofts here in the Southern Hebrides off Scotland’s West coast.

Crafted in a century old copper still at Langley Distillery, using 100% British Wheat infused with six native hand foraged botanicals growing wild on our island and a further ten as the base. Wild Island Botanic Gin is bottled in Scotland at 43.7% abv using pure Scottish water

The superb quality of our spirit was recognized with the award of a Gold Medal in the contemporary gin class at the 2017 International Wines and Spirits Competition.


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Wild Island Botanic Gin is delighted to be supporting the Aster Restaurant’s ‘Chef Series’ in partnership with Scotland’s youngest Michelin-starred chef proprietor, Tom Kitchin.

The exclusive 120 guest sell-out feast in London on 2nd October, prepared by Helena Puolakka and Tom, will feature a menu inspired by his latest cook book, Meat and Game.

Guests will be treated to a pre-dinner ‘Southside’ cocktail featuring Wild Island Botanic Gin, chosen for its complex, citrus-fresh, smooth characters.

We caught a glimpse of the menu and it looks incredible. Here’s to a great evening of fine food and drink.

📷: Jean Cazals
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Before you throw away your empty bottle of Wild Island Botanic Gin, spare a thought for our partners at Image on Glass in Crieff, Scotland who hand apply then kiln fire every single transfer onto our glass. No label edges or untidy finish. The effect is simply stunning and too good not to re-use.

Look out for our competition soon where we will reward the most innovative recycling idea or re-use of our bottle.

In the meantime, here are more bottles getting loaded into the kiln.
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