Culloden Battlefield Gin Glass
A gin glass with an engraving of Bonnie Prince Charlie.
The glass is made in Turkey, with the design being engraved at the Burgess Dunphail workshop. The glass should be washed prior to use, and they are dishwasher safe. The glass can be recycled if broken.
Approximate Size: 10cm tall, 360ml glass
Between the 16th and 18th centuries, there was a huge Royal hunting forest which belonged to the Earl of Moray close to Culloden Moor. In 1746, the year the battle of Culloden took place, a beech sapling was growing. Almost 300 years on the tree was felled to make way for a new bridge over the River Nairn. This exclusive range has been created using the wood from that Beech tree.