Cadenheadís recently won a Bronze medal for the Old Raj Gin 55% at the International Spirits Challenge 2009.
Iím sure that anyone who has tried the Old Raj Gin ranks it as one of the best Ginís in the world.
Cadenheadís Old Raj Gin is distinctive in that it contains a measure of saffron, the rare and costly spice derived from the crocus flower. In addition to a slightly spicy flavour, this also imparts a pale yellow colour to Old Raj.
Nose: Perfumed, aromatic and smooth.
Palate: This gin slips over the palate with ease. With tonic it sparkles; on ice with bitters itís lively. Our 55% version is simply described a more.
Kintyre Music & Arts Tuition group, Kintyre Fiddlers & the Kintyre Cultural Forum Present: Music of Kintyre in the Heritage Centre, Campbeltown on June 12 Doors open 7.30 pm
Performances from: Kintyre Schools Pipe Band, Campbeltown Brass Band, The Wild Sarachs, Campbeltown Grammar School Choir, Ross Kennedy, Lorne MacDougall, Rebecca Brown & Jamie Kennedy, Kintyre Fiddlers, Agnes Stewart, Ross MacInnis, Kay Johnston MC.
Free fiddle workshops in Kirk Street Hall: Beginners start time 4.15 pm
Intermediate/Experienced - 5.15 pm
Session in the White Hart Hotel after concert
For more information or to book a workshop:
e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 01586 552034. Tickets: A.P. Taylor, Main Street, Campbeltown