Hospitality & Events

Tobermory Gin arrives at Tynecastle

23rd August 2019

The newly opened Skyline Lounge at Tynecastle Park is preparing to host the sold out ‘Fireworks in the Sky’ event this coming Monday and we are delighted to welcome our latest addition to the Tynecastle Park family: Tobermory Gin.

Tobermory, the artisan, Hebridean distiller, known for their Tobermory and Ledaig Single Malt’s, has created the first gin in the distilleries over 200-year history.

Named after the capital of Mull, Tobermory Gin has been created using inspiration from the island. As well as thirteen specially selected botanicals including juniper, elderflower and sweet orange peel, Tobermory Gin also includes a splash of new make spirit from their whisky stills, creating a unique flavour profile. All botanicals are picked in season to strengthen and enhance the flavour profile and guests at Monday night’s ‘Fireworks in the Sky’ event at Tynecastle Park can look forward to savouring its array of vibrant flavours.

Monday’s event will see guests enjoy a fabulous sit-down meal featuring a menu designed to compliment the vibrant flavours of Tobermory Gin. The evening will culminate on the Skyline Lounge terrace where guests will enjoy a spectacular view of the fireworks in the sky above the city.

A Tobermory spokesperson said:

“We’re thrilled to be marking the end of the Edinburgh International Festival with Tynecastle Park and Tobermory Gin. As a brand inspired by the colourful and vibrant island and people of Mull, it seems only fitting to partner our expressive gin with what promises to be an unforgettable experience within the stunning new Main Stand at Tynecastle Park.”

A Hearts spokesperson said:

“We are delighted to see Tobermory Gin make its debut at Tynecastle Park and we have no doubt it will prove to be popular addition to our bar offerings this season.

“Having hosted the hugely successful EIF opening concert here at Tynecastle earlier this month we are very much looking forward to now marking the end of another memorable festival month in the heart of Scotland’s capital city.”