Kirkjuvagr Gin, Orkney Island, ScotlandKirkjuvagr Gin, Orkney Island, Scotland

Kirkjuvagr means "Church Bay" in Old Norse (the North Germanic language of medieval Norway, Iceland, Denmark, and Sweden). Created by Kirkwall couple Stephen and Aly Kemp, Kirkjuvagr gin, has been hailed as "unmistakably Orcadian" in character, with its branding and marketing drawing on Norse and seafaring themes. Angelica is one of the key ingredients in the gin, and the plant being used is one found in only a couple of specific locations in Orkney. It is suggested to be served with a lemon peel and aromatic tonic.
Tonic: Fever-Tree Elderflower
Garnish: Orange Peel

Alc by Vol: 43.0%

Bottle Type: 70cl


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