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V&A Dundee

This weekend is the public opening of the spectacular V&A Dundee design museum, its evocative ship-like structure sittin

The Harris Tweed Project

Long before the Isle of Harris Distillery was founded our people were making beautiful things, created with craft and care.

Raise A Glass

Over the course of this year we’ve had a lot of enjoyment exploring the humble pleasures of the Martini cocktail, that classic combination of great gin, dry vermouth and a simple garnish.

The Apprentice.

As a young distillery, these first few years of our working life have brought a number of memorable moments so far.

The Hebridean Whisky Trail

There are a great many things which connect the small island communities of Scotland’s north-west.

The Bounty Of Summer

Our Gin In London

This week marked another big step forward in our Isle of Harris Gin journey, as our new ambassador for England

Domhnall The Distiller

From the outset of the Isle of Harris Distillery project, we have strived to create valuable jobs and bring new skills and opportunities to our island community. 

Service Upon The Sea

As a small island sat off the north-west shoulder of Scotland, our community has a deep connection to the sea.

Shearing Days

A New Ambassador

After many months of searching, we’re delighted to announce the appointment of our new brand ambassador for England.

The Machair Months

Yesterday saw a celebration of the estival solstice, the longest day of the year and the start of summer.

The Spirit Of The Sea

Lying 40 nautical miles west of the Isle of Harris are the magical isles and sea stacs of St. Kilda.

The Isle Of Love

It's often difficult to convey the realities of living on the edge, here in the Outer Hebrides.

Valhalla's Haul

The Peat Cutters

Last Saturday was World Whisky Day, so three of our distillers made for the moors to mark the occasion by “cutting peats” in the way island

Spring Marches On

Common Tern in flight © Lewis Mackenzie 2018

Your Favourite Scottish Gin

Just a few short years ago, few people outside Tarbert could have imagined the Isle of Harris would become widely renowned for making beautiful gin.

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