Inverroche Gin is a premium gin brand that was founded in 2011 by Lorna Scott, a South African businesswoman and entrepreneur. The gin is produced in Still Bay, a small town located on the southern coast of South Africa.
What sets Inverroche Gin apart from other gins is the use of fynbos, a unique and indigenous plant species found only in the Cape Floral Kingdom of South Africa. Fynbos is a type of shrub that is known for its complex and fragrant flavours, and it is used as a botanical in the production of Inverroche Gin.
Inverroche Gin is available in three different variants, each of which is named after the coastal region where the fynbos is harvested: Classic, Verdant, and Amber. The Classic variant is made with a blend of 18 different botanicals, including juniper berries, angelica root, coriander seeds, and citrus peel. The Amber variant is a limited edition gin that is aged in oak barrels, giving it a rich and complex flavour profile.
Inverroche Verdant is a slightly sweeter variant of the brand's gin, with notes of chamomile, elderflower, and honeysuckle. The gin has a smooth and delicate flavour profile, with a refreshing and floral finish. It is made using a total of 32 botanicals, including juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, citrus peel, and of course, fynbos.
Inverroche Gin has received numerous awards and accolades, including a gold medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition and the World Gin Awards. It has become a popular choice among gin enthusiasts and is enjoyed both neat and in cocktails.