The Colonsay Brewery, an independent brewer, takes its name from the tiny island it has called home in the Scottish Hebridean islands since 2007. Colonsay is just to the north of the famous malt whisky island of Islay and just to the west of the Isle of Jura. The seaside brewery uses water from Loch Sgoltaire, pure and naturally filtered through peat moss from the surrounding hills and a combination of crystal and optic barley.
Colonsay Wild Island High Croft Gin
High Croft Gin uses an array of carefully selected Autumn fruits, including brambles hand gathered on the island, added to a composition totalling 22 individual botanicals to create an incredibly complex, ripe fruit, spicy-sweet contemporary London Dry style gin.