Nicer weather + longer days = the perfect excuse for a gin festival, so if you're partial to a G&T then get these dates in the diary!
The Blythswood's own gin festival is back again this year after huge success in 2017.
Your ticket will get you four tokens per person (three drinks tokens and one Masterclass token), canapes and sweet treats throughout the day, perfect gin serves, cocktail demonstrations, masterclasses presentations and a fab goody bag.
So far the brands attending include big names such as Hendricks, Caorunn and The Botanist, and smaller producers such as Stirling Gin and Arbikie.
The Falkirk Gin Festival is set to be the biggest yet this year with over 80 different gins from over 20 exhibitors.
Tickets include entry, all tasters from exhibitors, one G&T from the gin bar and a festival guide.
Don't worry if you fancy more drink as bar tokens are available to buy on the day.
If you like your gins Scottish (and why wouldn't you?) then head along to this celebration of all things juniper.
Day time tickets include tastings from all the Gintyre producers, two gin cocktails or G&T's from the bar and entry to the 'meet the maker' sessions.
Afterwards there's an evening event which includes more gin sampling alongside jazz music from Rose Room.
Tickets for this are £10 per person.
This touring gin festival is making its home in Edinburgh in April.
Hosting over 100 gins from around the world, this is one of the biggest gin festivals of the year and a must visit for any gin lover.
Tickets include entry, a Gin Bible, a Great British Gin Festival Glass and tastings from stands.
Visitors can also enjoy talks and presentations from producers, cocktail demos, entry to a virtual reality gin distillery, a photo booth and live entertainment.
This hugely popular gin festival was a sell out success last year, so this year will see it visit four locations with dates in Glasgow, Edinburgh, St Andrews and Inverness.
Starting in April in Glasgow, visitors can expect to sample gins from over 20 producers from all over Scotland.
Each event will include a Masterclass Series offering an in-depth look at their favourite distillers, as well as talks from broadcaster Hardeep Singh Kohli.