Kinrara Distillery in Aviemore announces its arrival with Kinrara Highland Dry Gin

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One of Scotland’s newest micro distilleries, Kinrara Distillery nr. Aviemore, has launched its first Gin, the Kinrara Highland Dry Gin. A juniper led dry gin, combining both foraged and locally sourced botanicals. Nestled in 12,000 acres of Cairngorm National Park, just outside Aviemore, the estate offers a stunning range of flora and berries that Kinrara forage for their gins and mix with carefully sourced botanicals. Kinrara distillery prides itself on creating a handcrafted small batch spirit. From the distillation of the gin right down to the bottling, everything is lovingly done by hand, by their passionate highland team.

Stuart McMillan, Co-Founder and Director of Kinrara said: “This is a hugely exciting time for us at Kinrara. The launch sees both the end of the first stage of our journey and the beginning of an exciting future at Kinrara. We are proud to be part of a wonderful and successful industry in Scotland, and look forward to seeing Kinrara earn its place as a unique and individual brand”

Kinrara Highland Dry Gin is available to purchase online only at https://www.kinraradistillery.com/product-category/our-products/gin. Batch 1 is limited to one bottle per transaction, to allow as many people the opportunity to purchase a collector’s edition of the Gin. Batch 2 is on sale now also. As Kinrara grows, they will also craft single malt whisky and Scottish rums.

Kinrara Distillery, Kinrara Distillery Limited, Lynwilg Farm Steading, Lynwilg, Aviemore, PH22 1PZ

Website: www.kinraradistillery.com

Twitter: @KinraraDistil

Facebook: @KinraraDistillery

Instagram: @kinraradistillery

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