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Cadenhead's Old Raj Gin

Landscape bottle image of the Old Raj Gin range

Distilled in Great Britain

Old Raj Gin was first introduced by Wm Cadenhead in 1972, also the same year that J&A Mitchell, current owners of Springbank Distillery, acquired the company. The gin is distilled by Hayman’s and transported to Campbeltown, where the saffron is infused and the gin is bottled. There are now three gins produced by the company, red label bottled at 46% abv, blue label bottled at 55% abv and most recently, the classic gin bottled at 40% abv.
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Click on image to review the Cadenhead's Classic Gin 50%
Distilled in Great Britain
Scotland | Argyll | Campbeltown
50% - 70cl
The new silver label gin, has been distilled using Scottish grain spirit in a small batch Copper Pot Still by Hayman’s and bottled by Wm. Cadenhead of Campbeltown, Argyll. The gin is distilled with a combination of 9 different botanicals, with Juniper at the forefront. Upfront Juniper with spiced citrus fruit. Intense and warm with peppered juniper, with bitter lemon followed by hints of dried orange.
 
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Click on image to review the Red Label 46%, Old Raj Gin
Wm Cadenhead
Scotland | Argyll | Campbeltown
46% - 70cl
First introduced in 1972 by dependent bottlers Wm Cadenhead, the Red Label Gin is a marriage of pure Scottish grain, 9 botanicals and bottled at 46% abv in Campbeltown. Like the blue label the red label Old Raj has Saffron infused after the distillation, prior to bottling. Slightly perfumed with subtle spice and Juniper. Rich with upfront Juniper and cinnamon spice, slightly floral with herbal undertones and clean citrus.
 
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Click on image to review the Blue Label 55%, Old Raj Gin
Wm Cadenhead
Scotland | Argyll | Campbeltown
55% - 70cl
The blue label 55 is a marriage of neutral grain spirit with 9 botanicals, 8 of which are added at distillation in small copper pot stills. The gin is then infused with delicate Saffron, prior to bottling by Scotland’s oldest independent bottler, Wm Cadenhead, Campbeltown. The saffron not only adds spice but imparts a pale-yellow colour to the gin. A more perfumed, aromatic tones with a smoothness.
 
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