The Torridon Resort in the Scottish Highlands has partnered with Dunnet Bay Distiller, producers of Rock Rose Gin, to create its very own handcrafted gin, Arcturus. To coincide with the launch, the luxury hotel has also introduced a new Arcturus gin two-night package including an exquisite gin afternoon tea. Arcturus Named after one of the brightest stars in the night sky, according to mythology the female stag can only conceive at the rising of Arcturus. Handcrafted in the Scottish Highlands, Arcturus has been created from the best ingredients growing around the Torridon area. To create a unique fusion of flavours, Arcturus is distilled with foraged local botanicals from the surrounding land, sea and mountains, including Scots lovage, kelp seaweed, rowanberries and foraged blaeberries. View the video and website here: www.arcturusgin.com The perfect serve Classic G&T – 50ml Arcturus Gin and 100ml Walter Gregor Scottish Tonic served with a spiced dehydrated orange slice – the perfect autumn tipple. The Torridon Martini – a twist on the traditional, with 50ml Arcturus Gin, 15ml Great British Vermouth, a dash of Chartreuse, garnished with preserved and pickled samphire The Torridon Arcturus gin package The new two-night package includes accommodation in a classic double room at The Torridon Hotel, gin-tasting with an expert followed by a four-course dinner, bottle of Arcturus in the room, guided flora and fauna walk with a picnic, gin afternoon tea with blaeberry jam, gin cake and gin served in a glass teacup. Price from £850 for two nights, two sharing. Priced at just £36 per 50cl bottle, Arcturus is available to purchase on www.arcturusgin.com Set in a 58-acre estate at the end of a magnificent sea loch, The Torridon Resort has one of the most spectacular and idyllic locations in the UK. Owned and run by Dan and Rohaise Rose-Bristow, Arcturus will be served in The Torridon’s award-winning Whisky Bar, which already stocks over 365 single malts and one hundred gins. ENDS Notes to editors: The Torridon Hotel & Inn offers three types of accommodation – luxury hotel, inn, and the Boat House – totalling 32 bedrooms, including triple and family rooms. 1887 is a fine-dining restaurant in the hotel and wholesome pub food is served in the inn. Featuring 365 malt whiskies, the Whisky Bar in the hotel also offers over 100 gins. The pub in the inn serves a range of real Scottish ales. For press enquiries, please contact: Mika Bishop, email@example.com or Georgia Ward, firstname.lastname@example.org, Custard Communications, tel: 01483 740 747.