Caithness Highland Gin

Ice & Fire Distillery was borne out of a love of the local area, with three families of Highland crofters wanting to try something different to sustain their crofting lifestyle. The name Ice & Fire comes from the Aurora Borealis which is seen regularly in Caithness. Caithness Highland Gin is a blend of citrus and fruit flavours: the local ingredients are rhubarb grown on the croft and salmonberries picked from the Strath of Latheronwheel. The hero local ingredient in Crofter’s Tears Gin is purple heather tips, picked from the crofters’ doorstep.

Gins in the Ice & Fire family:
Caithness Highland Gin
Crofter’s Tears Gin

Distilled in Caithness, Scotland.

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