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GlenWyvis GoodWill Gin is made using 9 botanicals, which include locally picked hawthorn berries. It has a crisp full-bodied taste with distinct hints of citrus coming through, along with spices at the back of the palate.
Alpine forest fresh guided by juniper and fresh florals with aromas of oranges and lemons
Clean, crisp citrus fruits is at first refreshing, giving way to a deeper complexity of rich spice from orris root, coriander and cinnamon, whilst smooth creamy almond helps to create a fine balanced taste
Citrus and spice, with a creamy melt-in-the-mouth sensation left at the back of the palate
Hawthorn, Orange, Lemon
Goes great with:
A sprig of bruised coriander, orange peel and ice
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The GlenWyvis Distillery is a truly unique and community-owned distillery with over 3,200 shareholders from all over the world. Based on the outskirts of Dingwall in Ross-shire, an area that has rich, historic links to distilling in the area, GlenWyvis Distillery, which was officially opened in 2017, is a completely self-sufficient distillery that utilises the ever changing weather to create green energy and reduce their operational carbon footprint.
Distilled Gins are similar to London Dry Gins, except natural or artificial flavourings can be added after the distillation process. The flavours can vary greatly and some gins can often cross over to other gin styles, for example where sugars have been added to created an Old Tom style gin or maceration with fruit to create a Flavoured Gin. Some Distilled Gins also follow the London Dry style to the letter but go on to include additional botanical/s to their gin post-distillation and therefore can’t be classed as a London Dry Gin. Distilled Gin is sometimes referred to as Contemporary, New American, New Western or International style gin.
The GlenWyvis distillery has an eagle’s eye view over the local town of Dingwall. The distillery is not only a community-owned distillery producing whisky and gin, it’s also part of a working farm estate that’s home to a variety of livestock. The distillery is also a sustainable distillery, that uses wind, hydro, solar and biomass energy to power production, helping to reduce their operational carbon footprint.