The House of Elrick is an estate in the lowlands of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, whose history is harnessed to offer fine, artisan gin. Perhaps the most notable aspect of the gin -- aside from the taste itself -- is that it is distilled from filtered fresh water from Loch Ness, the legendary Scottish lake.
The House of Elrick estate was built in 1720, at the height of the Scottish Enlightenment period. It hosted frequent philosophical and scientific discussion, and that thirst for knowledge informs the gin it produces today.
House of Elrick gin is produced in small batches of just 600 bottles at a time. This ensures that each bottle contains hand-picked botanicals including juniper, coriander seeds, angelica root, and heather, among others. The ultimate taste is fresh yet earthy, which makes it a versatile liquor for cocktails.