Kintyre Gin

Beinn an Tuirc Distillery takes its name from Kintyre’s highest peak, which translates as ‘hill of the wild boar’. It is home to a 99kw hydro-electricity scheme which powers the 230-litre still, located in the estate’s former piggery. The team is committed to creating a gin which reduces the impact on the environment, so for every case of Kintyre Gin sold they pledge to plant a tree in their dedicated woodland. In addition to its environmental credentials, the distillery has pledged to use a percentage of profits for community projects and local business start-ups to encourage innovation. The gin has earthy and spicy characteristics, a floral aroma and depth of flavour. The team also produces an apple edition where a barrel of Kintyre Gin is infused with dried apples for three weeks.

Gins in the Kintyre family include:
Kintyre Gin
Apple infused Kintyre Gin
Bramble infused Kintyre Gin

Distilled in Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland. 

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