We are proud to announce that from today, £2 from each bottle of our Original Gin sold, will be donated to CHAS.
Eden Mill, the popular Scottish gin and whisky distiller, has today (Thursday 12th September) announced it is the official gin sponsor at Glasgow’s iconic arena the SSE Hydro. The three-year deal sees Eden Mill’s award-winning Original Gin become the official house gin, as well as its Love Gin and Mixology bottles being stocked for gin […]
On Thursday 20th of September, the team at Eden Mill joined likeminded finalists at the Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow to celebrate innovation and excellence in gin distilling in Scotland. Eden Mill joined over 600 others in celebrating Scotland’s biggest spirits competition. On arrival, Eden Mill had the honour of being 1 of 5 selected Gins […]
There are few drinks that so completely represent gin as the Martini. For a drink with such an ambiguous background, Martinis have developed into almost endless permutations from extra dry to dirty and shaken and stirred. A popular story on its origins involves its invention in New York’s Knickerbocker Hotel by famous mixologist Martini di […]
World Whisky Day at Eden Mill reminds us of our love for whisky and how immersed we are in distilling. We are really excited to be raising a dram to @worldwhiskyday on the 20th May alongside Scotland and the greater whisky world. Despite the long history and worldwide love for whisky, #worldwhiskyday was only founded in […]
Winston Churchill once famously claimed that gin has saved more men’s lives and minds than all the doctors in Europe. Jo Brand, rather less famously stated that anything is good if it’s made of chocolate. Gin Is The New Chocolate – It was only a matter of time before someone put the two together. Gin […]
With the 8th of March signifying International Women’s Day, I was expecting to attend a few female-heavy events throughout the month. I watched as women were celebrated in their fields of literature, art, music, cuisine, business and fashion but my favourite, unsurprisingly, was whisky. The Pot Still and its association with Women in Whisky The Glasgow-based and […]