Kinrara’s highland distillery is nestled in 12,000 acres of Cairngorm National Park, just outside Aviemore.
Further information about this business and the products they sell will be available soon.
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I love buying gins that are made in a place I’ve visited. When I was in Aviemore I absolutely had to visit Kinrara Distillery’s new shop. A gorgeous wee shop with stunning views. Christie in the shop was really lovely and helpful with serving suggestions and tips. I bought two miniatures: Hibiscus Gin I love hibiscus tonic, so was looking forward to trying a hibiscus gin. I’ve not gone for the classic G&T, instead I’ve gone for the suggested serve with a twist – Fevertree lemonade, raspberries and mint. Fevertree mixers were available in the shop too – so convenient!
This serve is lovely and soft.
With the sweetness of the lemonade and hibiscus element, it makes for a very moreish combo. Artists Edition – Ginny Ginny is the highland coo from the distillery’s artist edition series illustrated by Kat Baxter. The illustration of Ginny on the front of the bottle is a clever, effective way of displaying of the botanicals used in the gin. A lovely clean, crisp drink with a careful mix of citrus from the orange and lemon and the sweetness from the floral rosehip and rowan berry. Served with a light tonic and dried orange, this gin must be versatile as serving with a light tonic was nice. Sometimes I find the light tonic can leave an after taste. Not with this one!
The distillery will be offering tours and tastings soon, so look out for these and if in the area, definitely go visit.