Teasmith Growers Edition, Broich Single Estate Gin is a limited edition release of their well-known, tea-infused gin.
A Little Bit of Background
The Teasmith Gin Company is run by husband/wife team Nick and Emma Smalley in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Teasmith draws inspiration from the rich heritage of the North East of Scotland and it’s historic links to the tea trade. They are known for their trademark tea-flavoured gin, which is distilled with a blend of traditional gin botanicals and hand-picked tea.
Their Growers Edition, however, is something of a world-first. This is due to the fact that this is the very first gin in the world to use Scottish tea leaves as an ingredient. These tea leaves are handpicked at the Broich tea garden on the banks of the River Earn in Crieff, and give the gin it’s name.
- Scottish tea leaves
- Coriander seeds
- Orange peel
- Local Scottish honey
Teasmith’s bottle design is rather well-known in the gin world. In fact, just last month they won a Master Medal in Design & Packaging at the Global Spirits Masters. Their Growers Edition bottle has a very similar design to their original bottle. However, there are some subtle changes.
The short, wide bottle design and cork stopper are the same as their original bottle. While the Teasmith Original labelling is primarly white, the Growers Edition has accents of black, to differentiate. To finish the design, the geometric Teasmith logo is printed in an on-trend metallic copper lettering.