Stocking Fillers for Gin Lovers, from the Isle of Harris

The Isle of Harris Distillers produce some remarkable and magical gifts, it can be extremely difficult to choose a gift to recommend. We decided on letting you know about their limited edition Tincture as we love quirky, we love small batch and anything limited edition is must have surely?



Isle of Harris Distillers is thrilled to announce the launch of a limited, small-batch offering from its experimental apothecary drinks range; the Wild Gorse Tincture. Add a few drops to your Harris G&T to bring a taste of island to your glass, use as a rinse to create a fragrant Martini, or go long with a small splash in a highball serve.


For me, personally, its a very special gift as my wife loves the aroma of the gorse flowers and it reminds me of the days we spend together out in the Scottish countryside. So what better way to enjoy this, then with one of our favourite Isle of Harris gins and a drop of two of the wild gorse tincture.


However, the emphasis on small batch and limited edition wasn't emphasised enough, as its already sold out. But fear not, as Sugar Kelp Aromatic Water has now been made available. This special Aromatic Water is distilled from hand-dived Sugar Kelp, picked sustainably by our seaweed harvester Lewis Mackenzie from Outer Hebridean sea-lochs.

Simply add a few drops to your Isle of Harris Gin to personalise the pour to your taste and bring an extra maritime dimension directly to your drink.


Available on its own or part of a gift set; A beautiful bottle of Isle of Harris Gin is accompanied by two hand-crafted, matching gin glasses and a bottle of Sugar Kelp Aromatic Water to ensure the perfect pour.

Presented together within a bespoke presentation box, photographic print, and accompanied by suggested serves, this is the ideal way to share our island spirit with friends and loved ones.


Now you're spoilt for choice.


Take a trip online to the Isle of Harris Distillers and check out their online shop here.



 

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