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Kinrara dry gin makes great use of the wonderful estate on which it is distilled. They forage rosehips and rowan berries from the estate grounds throughout the year to use during the maceration process. The result is a lightly floral, dry gin that is a brilliant addition to any drinks cabinet.
700ml - 41.5%
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From one of the newest micro-distilleries in the Highlands, Kinrara have just launched their gin and have had an amazing response so far. It's a juniper led dry gin, combining both foraged and locally sourced botanicals. The rosehips and rowan berries used in the gin have been gathered from the estate grounds throughout the year.
It is fruity and floral with hint of sweetness and a long subtle orange finish. Their gin is distilled in a 100 litre still, which is direct-fired, paying homage to the origins of distillation by the Moors in the 12th century. They distill in the Cairngorm national park, where in the 18th century whilst highlanders were distilling illegally in the hills, Lady Gordon was throwing lavish parties on the estate.
The home of hand-crafted Highland spirits
One of Scotland's newest micro-distilleries, Kinrara distillery was set up by Stuart McMillan and is nestled amongst the 12,000 acres of the Cairngorm National Park. Inspired by the centuries old Cairngorm estate founded by Lady Gordon, known as the 'Empress of Fashion', who was born during the notorious gin craze of the 18th century and held lavish parties on the estate.More about Kinrara