Tarbert Book Festival
Tarbert Book Festival

One of our favourite dates in the diary is Tarbert Book Festival which is hosted at beautiful Stonefield Castle and coincides with the beginning of all things Christmas.  It starts

Award Winners!
Award Winners!

The 7th annual Scottish Gin Awards took place this week in Glasgow so some of the team donned their finery and headed up the road for a fun night at

World Skimming Champion!
World Skimming Champion!

We have an actual WORLD CHAMPION in our wee team!  Lynsay has been with us for two years and excelled in her role as assistant distiller before gallantly stepping into

Boar Botanicals – Raspberries
Boar Botanicals – Raspberries

As part of our Boar Botanicals series, we’ll be shining the spotlight on various ingredients we use in our products. Raspberry (Rubus Idaeus) Although summer is definitely coming to a

Rule of Rum
Rule of Rum

If you’ve visited us recently or have been keeping an eye on our social media channels you may have heard rumours that we’ve been experimenting with a new product….RUM! We

Foraging: Food for the Soul
Foraging: Food for the Soul

Kintyre’s fields, woodlands, coastlines, and mountains are full of fresh and edible plants if you know where to look. From mouth-watering mushrooms to flavourful leaves and berries, the countryside has

Boar Botanicals: Sheep Sorrel
Boar Botanicals: Sheep Sorrel

As part of our Boar Botanicals series, we’ll be shining the spotlight on various ingredients we use in our products. Sheep Sorrel (Rumex acetosella) Related to the more commonly known

Wild Swimming
Wild Swimming

Chances are if you’ve been near water in the UK recently, you’ll have spotted the colourful bobble hats and jubilant faces of wild swimmers. Wild swimming has had a huge

Boar Botanicals: Gorse
Boar Botanicals: Gorse

As part of our Boar Botanicals series, we’ll be shining the spotlight on various ingredients we use in our products. May is the time of the year when the sunshine-yellow

Operation Apple Brandy!
Operation Apple Brandy!

This week we started planting the apple trees that will eventually produce the fruit for Kintyre’s very first apple brandy. It was most hands on deck (our Kiwi neice Molly