Ben Lomond Gin tees off at The Open

New limited edition gin from Scottish producer

Ben Lomond Open gin sits on a table with gin serves in glasses to the side with cocktail making tools.
Ben Lomond Gin has marked the start of The 152nd Open golf tournament with the launch of Ben Lomond The Open 2024 Special Edition gin packs.

SCOTTISH gin brand Ben Lomond gin has unveiled its new limited-edition expression The Open to mark The 152nd Open at Royal Troon this summer.

The Open 2024 Special Edition comes bottled at 43% ABV and has been released in homage to the prestigious gold tournament as the official gin of The Open. This marks the second year Ben Lomond has been named as the Official Gin of the Open with the brand following up on its 2023 release with this latest launch.

Ben Lomond Open gin pack.
The Ben Lomond Gin The Open Special Edition includes a full bottle of gin as well as two branded tumbler glasses.

Centring around the core Ben Lomond Dry, the new The Open 2024 spirit uses six of the 11 key botanicals found in the standard bottle of Ben Lomond which has then been elevated using a range of ingredients that have been hand-selected from Royal Troon itself with tansy herb, elderberries and blackberry leaves.

Retailing at £45, the new Ben Lomond The Open 2024 Special Edition includes a 700ml bottle of the limited edition gin as well as two branded Ben Lomond Gin glasses.

The 152nd Open will be held from 14-21 July at Royal Troon, Ayrshire helping to further build up the ‘Summer of Sport’ for consumers across the board.

John Grieveson, chief marketing officer of Ben Lomond Gin owner Loch Lomond Group, said: “Our Open 2024 Special Edition reflects Ben Lomond Gin’s adventurous spirit and deep connection to the natural beauty of Scotland, with a unique blend of botanicals native to the Troon area.

“Each bottle is a tribute to the rugged landscapes that inspire us, offering gin enthusiasts and golf fans alike a unique taste of the wild and wonderful essence of Troon.

“We’re excited to be The Official Gin for a second year as The Open returns to Scottish soil and we look forward to raising a glass to the champion golfers taking part at Royal Troon this summer.”