Dà Mhìle Orange 33 & Seaweed Gin

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It is fairly common for a new distillery to start making gin before moving onto whisky.  Gin, which can be sold as soon as it is made, offers a relatively quick financial return in comparison with whisky which (due to legal requirement) must be aged before it is commercially viable.  This helps to explain why approximately 70% of the gin produced in the UK is made in Scotland.  What is much less common is for a gin to have its origins in whisky production, but this is the case in the story of Welsh distillery Dà Mhìle.

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