Kinrara Distillery New Media Partner Ugli Fruit Media

Kinrara Distillery New Media Partner Ugli Fruit Media

February 12, 2018 

Ugli Fruit Media are proud to announce a new partnership with spirit company, Kinrara Distillery.

Kinrara Distillery is set amongst 12,000 acres of the Cairngorm National Park, just outside Aviemore. One of Scotland’s newest micro distilleries, Kinrara will start by making some unique highland dry gins and liqueurs, before moving on to producing single malt whisky and Scottish rums.

Iain Fenwick from Ugli Fruit Media said “This is a fantastic partnership for us to be involved in. Everyone knows of the rapid growth of the spirit industry in Scotland, and Kinrara’s plans are incredibly exciting. The passion the team at Kinrara have shown for their new project is infectious and we cannot wait to get started!”

Luke Fenton of Kinrara said: “Stuart, David and I are really excited to be working with Ugli Fruit Media. Being part of a small team, we need an added focus from people who really understand what it means to work with Craft Spirits. Kinrara Distillery will be launching its first Highland Dry Gin at the beginning of March and are glad to be working with Iain and his team at Ugli Fruit Media to get the message out there!”

Due to launch in early March, this exciting new addition to the growing Scottish spirit industry prides itself on making a totally hand crafted spirit. From the distillation of the spirit, cutting to the correct strength, and then bottling and finishing, everything is done by their small team by hand.

Kinrara Distillery



Kinrara Distillery Limited, Lynwilg Farm Steading,

Lynwilg, Aviemore, PH22 1P

  • Loved this new Scottish Gin!! 
    "We were lucky enough to be invited to a tasting session of Kinrara Distillery tester recipes, the Highland Dry Gin was amazing. Classic dry gin with lovely floral notes and an orange finish, delicious!"
  • Kinrara Highland Dry Rocks!
    "I tried this last night at a preview event and it was sensational, a brilliant addition to the Scottish gin scene"
  • Not just another gin.
    "Tried the Highland Dry with Mediterranean Fever-tree tonic and a slice of orange peel, as suggested by Stuart, AMAZING!"

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