Eden Mill has unveiled nine new gins as well as an updated bottle design as it ramps up its sustainability and expansion efforts. Formerly bottled in ceramic, the St Andrews-based distiller has repackaged its Original Gin in a 700ml bottle that uses 18% less glass than the industry standard.
Tony Kelly, CEO and co-founder of Eden Mill, said: “Standardising our bottle production across all of our gins to this more sustainable design will greatly help us reduce waste, as we continue to push boundaries and move a step closer to a brighter, cleaner, clearer future for our distillery and the spirits industry.”
Along with the new bottles, Eden Mill has released a new line of nine premium gins: Red Snapper Gin, made for use in brunch cocktails; Forager’s Gin, made with berries from endangered St Andrews hedgerows; Passion Gin, with passionfruit and coconut; Rosa Rosa Gin, with rose; Forbidden Gin, inspired by the garden of Eden, with quince and apple; Golden Lore Gin, with orange; Neptune Gin, with samphire and kelp; Nine Islands Gin, a blend of Thai botanicals; and Serendipity Gin, with dandelion and burdock.
Each expression in the new premium range comes in at 40% ABV and is priced at £25 ($35 USD) per 700ml bottle.
The redesign and product launches are part of a wider push for sustainability and growth for the brand. Eden Mill recently quadrupled its bottling capacity by opening a new bottling and distribution facility in Glasgow and signed a UK distribution deal with La Martiniquaise-Bardinet, and also plans to open a new £10 million carbon-neutral distillery in spring 2022.
In April, Eden Mill expanded its Distiller’s Choice collection with two limited edition gins aged in wine casks. In February of this year, the Scottish distillery launched Oak Old Tom gin as the inaugural release in its new, ultra-premium Distiller’s Choice range.
For more information, head over to Eden Mill’s official website.