Blackwoods 2012 Vintage Dry Gin 70cl

70cl / 40%
Blackwoods 2012 Vintage Dry Gin 70cl
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A top-quality gin made using botanicals from Shetland, including wild water mint, meadowsweet and sea pink flowers. Blackwoods is also unusual in that is released with a vintage statement for each small batch distilled.


  • Coriander seed Coriander seed
  • Liquorice root Liquorice root
  • Nutmeg Nutmeg
  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Orange Orange

Blackwoods 2012 Vintage Dry Gin 70cl Reviews

11 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    21 August 2017

    Perfect for damson or sloe gin especially the 60%

  • 5
    12 July 2017

    bought as a present but a lovely surprise

  • 5
    3 September 2015


  • 5
    2 July 2015

    A wonderful gin. Smooth with a great aroma. Now on sale in Sainsbury''s. Fantastic.

  • 5
    12 January 2015

    One of my favourites, different to so many others, unique flavours, smooth and glorious

  • 5
    23 June 2014

    Delicious - you can definitely tell the difference, great smell as well.

  • Anonymous 12 July 2012

    Tasted once in Doroch Castle. Found to be be very smooth, similar to an other well known brand, but much lighter & with more flavour. July 12

  • Peter Regnier-Cooling 17 July 2011

    I discovered Blackwood's gin whilst living in South Africa. It was the fraction of the price of that charged in the U K, but the best i have ever tasted. The range of botanicals found on the Shetlands give it a most unique flavour. The 60% is something special. I fully recommend this gin to all my friends and would not buy any other. Once tasted you are hooked!

  • Adey 25 December 2010

    my favored gin. perfect long with a Jamaican ginger beer, fresh lime over half crushed ice. high quality ingredients make all the difference and I order Blackwood's especially - one superior gin.

  • David 8 November 2010

    This is extremely smooth and 'herby' with no bitterness. I drink it at room temp, neat in same way as whisky. It is a favourite of mine.In my view it is wasted in a tonic...

  • Anonymous 20 July 2010

    Great Gin served neat on ice or with tonic. Will go out of our way to buy this brand!