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Tommy's Gin. Lest We Forget.

Every year we come together on Remembrance Day, also known as Armistice Day, to commemorate and honour those that gave their lives to secure and protect our freedom.  Tommy’s Gin (45% volume) was launched in October 2017 in memory of our late father Tommy Wilson.  Lest We Forget.

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PORTREE’S MURAL

A MURAL TO RECOGNISE LOCAL ACHIEVEMENTS. Niall Munro (from Birch Café, Portree) started this wonderful mural, painted by his father Donnie, in the centre of Portree featuring the Old Man of Storr.  Inspired by this, we decided that we would like to complete the mural and to recognise a couple of local people whose achievements in both music and Gaelic have really put Skye on the map. We commissioned Iain Smith and Donnie Munro to paint the next two murals of Neist Point and a view from the Quiraing. A board was added featuring the music of Skye’s well-loved musician and composer, Blair Douglas and a poem from the great Scottish Gaelic poet Sorley MacLean. BLAIR DOUGLAS Born and raised...

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OUR VODKA CONTINUES TO DOMINATE THE AWARDS!

FANTASTIC NEWS! OUR MISTY ISLE VODKA HAS JUST RECEIVED ITS THIRD GOLD AWARD OF 2021 AND ACHIEVED THE IWSC VODKA TROPHY! We could not be more thrilled that Misty Isle Vodka has just received an Outstanding Gold Award in this year’s International Wine and Spirits Competition (IWSC) after receiving a total score of 98 points. IWSC stated “Misty Isle Vodka is a great example of a wheat vodka with ample depth, balance and character. On the nose white fruit, lemon and vanilla.  The palate is smooth and refined, with grainy sweetness fruit flavours of plum and elderflower.  The finish is beautifully balanced”. This is the third Gold to be awarded to our vodka as earlier this year both The World Vodka Awards and...

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GOODBYE 2020

Well, what a year that has been. As 2020 draws to a close, it is safe to say that it has been a year of the unexpected.  Looking back, who would have thought that what we knew as the ‘norm’ would all change drastically within a short space of time?  It has been quite a year and we have been reflecting on the last 12 months.

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LEST WE FORGET. REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY.

Every year we come together on Remembrance Day, also known as Armistice Day, to commemorate and honour those who have fallen to secure and protect our freedom.  The signing of the Armistice on 11 November 1918 marked the ending of the First World War; ‘Armistice’ in Latin translates to “to stand (still) arms”.

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