- Lidl’s Scottish Gin Festival returns for a third time focussing on craft gins from the Highlands and Islands
- From gorse to Scots pine and heather, the Lidl collection features a taste of Scotland’s native landscape
- Ten delicious craft gins available from just £14.99, including classic London Dry styles and fresh flavours such as Coconut, Strawberry & Elderflower & Red Grapefruit
- In stores Scotland-wide from 23rd May
Lidl’s latest Scottish Gin Festival is offering gin lovers a taste of the country’s natural landscape with gin from ten craft distilleries.
Five of the gins featured in the festival will be on Lidl shelves for the first time including GlenWyvis GoodWill Gin from the first 100% community-owned distillery, a unique gorse-flavoured spirit from Isle of Bute Gin and Wild Thyme Spirit’s Colonsay Gin Solas edition.
Aberdeenshire distilleries will also join the line-up including two gin expressions from House of Elrick and a ready-to-drink G&T can from BrewDog’s sister company, Lonewolf.
In addition, hugely popular Shetland Reel’s Filska Gin, will be available as part of the collection alongside Kinrara Lime and Lemongrass hailing from Aviemore, and Angus-produced Redcastle Strawberry and Elderflower Gin Liqueur. Evoking flavours of summer, these Lidl exclusives are perfect for a refreshing G&T or creative cocktail.
Shetland Reel Filska Gin and Strathearn Heather Rose Gin will also be available to the rest of the UK as part of the simultaneous British Gin Festival.
Paul McQuade, Head of Buying in Scotland said “Scotland has a hugely diverse gin offering and we are proud to be supporting local craft distilleries through our third Scottish Gin Festival.
“Offering a true taste of the vast landscape, we are showcasing a diverse collection of spirits from Shetland to Strathearn. At Lidl, we strive to bring the best quality gins to the market and the festival provides an exciting journey of discovery for Scottish gin lovers.”