More Click & Connection

This year we’re making every effort to make it even easier to enjoy our Isle of Harris Gin.

Connection is very important to us, both to our customers and the island where we make our spirit, which is why every drop of our gin is distilled in Tarbert and we fill, label and seal each bottle by hand in here at the distillery.

So, to help us connect even more, following the first trials with ‘Harris Gin Depositories’, we've gradually been rolling out our Click & Collect service with new partners across Scotland. These new friends are all big fans of our gin, we’ve shared our story with them first-hand and we’re confident you’ll be well looked after when you visit their fine establishments.​

In Glasgow we have Namara, Finsbay and Gray's Deli while over on the east coast, Edinburgh customers can Click & Collect in Cranachan & Crowdie, 56 North and Eteaket. Aberdeen has the good folk at Rye & Soda while our friends to our south in North Uist can pick up from the Bayhead Shop.

There’s now also Treasured in Gourock, Deli Craft in Fort William, The Roundhouse Bar in Blair Atholl, Robinson & Morrison in Shetland, Logie Whisky & Wine in Forres and The Scottish Deli in Dunkeld. We’re also very pleased to welcome our newest depository, Crown Deli in Inverness, who will join us next week.

So, if you need your Isle of Harris Gin without delay simply place an order online, enter your postcode and choose your most convenient Click & Collect location. Your bottle of Isle of Harris Gin will be ready to pick up in a matter of minutes.

Each bottle is levied with a simple £2.00 handling fee, which we think is a small price to pay for the convenience of bypassing the couriers and beating that impatient wait for the postman to deliver your Isle of Harris Gin to your door. And all without the extra postage cost too.​

Please do give it a try and let us know how you get on. There are more outlets being added to our new network of friends every week, so if we’re not able to click and connect with you right now then hopefully we won't be far away…​

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