Badvo Gin is produced on a family farm just outside Pitlochry, Perthshire. Daughter Helen Stewart had the idea to regenerate the family’s farm, and specifically some of the disused outbuildings, by producing a completely home grown Scottish Gin. Her family have farmed the land for more than 400 years and a lot has changed in that time. Helen felt that restoring a traditional farm building and foraging for botanicals on the farm was an innovative yet respectful way to utilise the land and carry on the family name and tradition of producing Scottish food, and now drink.
Badvo Gin is made using 100% hand foraged Scottish botanicals, including juniper, which grows extensively on the family's Pitlochry farm land. Key botanicals include nettles and wild mint giving the gin a crisp, fresh and herbal taste.
Key Botanical(s): Scottish Juniper, Nettles, Wild Mint
Gin Style: London Dry
Strength: 45% vol
Distilled: Badvo Distillery, Scotland