The new premium range showcases Eden Mill’s passion for innovation and experimental product development, combining locally sourced botanicals with inspiration and influences from across the world in a series of quality expressions to appeal to every palette. Standout gins include Rosa Rosa Gin made from Rosa Canina and Rosa Damascena; Forager Gin, made
from berries found in the endangered hedgerows of St. Andrews, Passion Gin, an Eden Mill favourite of Passionfruit and Coconut revisited and the brand’s new Christmas offering Golden Lore Gin.
Eden Mill’s premium gin range combines the best of old and new of what St. Andrews has to offer. As Scotland's first single-site brewery and distillery, our pioneering spirit and innovative approach consistently pushes boundaries. Our expert distilling team have used botanics, inspirations and influences from all over the world to create this range of exciting and unique gins. With each gin telling its own unique story, we invite you to join us in the next chapter of Eden Mill today.
Eden Mill is on a mission to lead the way for sustainability within the drinks industry in Scotland. By constantly adapting, we are working towards a
Greener business model and a more sustainable future for distilleries in Scotland. As part of this mission, we are excited to present our full range of premium gins in our brand new bespoke glass bottle, which has been created and made in the UK and uses 18% less glass than an industry-standard glass bottle! We see this as a huge step for our brand shifting our focus from our classic ceramic bottles, but a positive step we are proud of! Passionate about our craft and future, by spring 2022, Eden Mill is aiming to open our new climate positive distillery in Guardbridge, st. Andrews, in time for the 150th anniversary of the open championships. This state-of-the-art distillery will be located within the university of St. Andrews’ Eden Campus; power and heat for the stills will be supplied by the university’s biomass plant and solar panels on the distillery’s roof.