Celebrate Autumn the Ginspired Way.

Autumn has definitely arrived, and here in Scotland it is one of the most beautiful times to plan your next visit. Trees ablaze with oranges & reds of all shades Read More

‘Taste the Adventure’

Retailing at £34.99, it makes the perfect gift and is a great way to spend a lovely evening with your favourite Adventurer planning your next trip to Scotland and its Read More

Lament to the Deep Fried Mars Bar

Or Ginspired Scotland’s contribution to National Poetry Day We’ve Castles and Cabers and Coos by the score We’ve Whiskies, great Gins even wine and there’s more We’ve mountains and rivers, Read More

The ‘Algorithm Method’ and why it’s not reliable

So officially the current most hated noun in the Oxford English is Algorithm.  Unsurprising given its recent form, it’s also difficult to spell, and even to say if you happen Read More

Love Scotland? Love Scottish Gin? Test your knowledge here:

Rate yourself with the following quiz:-  An ‘Arbikie’ is the traditional dwelling place of the wild Scottish Haggis.  Usually well concealed on a north facing mountainside, and always constructed after Read More

Pitlochry Day Trip – Step up for a Scottish Gin or two!

From the Pictish words for stones, or stepping stones, Pitlochry is one of Scotland’s most enchanting places to visit. With clear sparkling air, beautiful scenery, rich clan history, fine food Read More

Ginspired Day Trip to: Aviemore

AvieMORE for LESS The Cairngorm National Park takes a leading role in many wildlife and adventure stories.  It’s no co-incidence that Chris Packham and co are regularly spotted filming Springwatch Read More

Ginspired Scotland Talks Gin with Edinburgh Gin Distillery

Edinburgh Gin Head Distiller, David Wilkinson Founded in 2010, Edinburgh Gin has created an innovative family of award winning Gins. Based in Edinburgh, a city with a prestigious history of Read More

Ginspired Scotland Talks Gin with Darnley’s Gin

Distiller, Scott Gowans Ginspired Scotland is delighted to talk gin with distiller, Scott Gowans from Darnley’s Gin. Steeped in Scottish history, Darnley’s Gin was borne from inspiration dating back centuries Read More

Can Virtual Farming Bring Actual Benefits to the Farm?

Farm Stays, Farm Shops, Agritourism, how does social media go down on the farm? In these days and weeks since lock down, we’ve seen virtual experiences popping up everywhere, from Read More

Ginspired Scotland Visitor Charter

Now the lockdown’s finally lifting, and we can all come and goWe’d love to have you visit, but there’s stuff you need to knowThe virus bug is still around, it’s Read More

Ginspired Scotland Talks Gin with Ellis Gin

Carol Jackson, Founder of Ellis Gin Beautifully crafted Scottish Gin in the heart of Glasgow, Ellis Gin is a must for any gin connoisseurs gin shelf. Made with hand selected Read More

Scottish Food Trails (with a hint of gin!)

There’s a saying – ‘Great change is preceded by chaos’.  For Scotland’s hospitality industry these weeks since March 2020 have offered little but chaos and confusion, unknowns and unpredictables; in Read More

Ginspired Scotland Talks Gin with The Dundee Gin Co.

Ginspired Scotland ‘Talks Gin’ to Lewis Murphy of The Dundee Gin Co. Lewis Murphy, Managing Director of The Dundee Gin Co. Think of Dundee and our minds turn directly to Read More

Treading the Tyrebagger

Located 15 mins drive from Aberdeen, The Tyrebagger Trails are a great place to enjoy our new found freedom when we can. Suitable for buggys, bicycles, little adventurers, and of Read More

Ginspired Scotland – Corona Virus Response

The tourism sector is one of the hardest hit by the corona virus epidemic. The tourism and hospitality industry in Scotland and around the world is facing unprecedented levels of Read More

Why Scotland’s Winter Gin Wonderland is the Perfect Christmas Gift for your Gin lover

Scotland can offer the perfect solution to your Christmas present worries as it becomes a gin lovers perfect winter wonderland. As the ski centres celebrate an early start to the Read More

Back to School – Gin School that is!

Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit.    Wisdom is knowing not to put it in a Fruit Salad. Continual Personal Development or Lifelong Learning?  Call it what you Read More

Make your New Years Resolutions a success with Scottish Gin

If like me you’re contemplating the same old list of New Years Resolutions, knowing full well that most of them will be forgotten before the first pound is lost/saved/spent on Read More

Why surprise beats anticipation almost every time

Whether it’s news of a royal engagement, overnight snow turning the green and gold world of autumn into one of winter white, or simply that my car unexpectedly passed its Read More