Inverroche Gin

Inverroche Gin is one of the first distilleries to emerge onto foreign shores from the new wave of South African gin makers, that have been steadily creating a bustling gin movement on the southern tip of Africa. The story of Inverroche Gin began in 2007, when mother and son duo, Lorna and Rohan Scott, began experimenting with a 1.7 litre copper pot still affectionately known as “Mini Meg”. Working through various ideas, learning different techniques and allowing the process to grow organically – four years of enthusiastic tinkering and research ensued. The Inverroche distillery lies at the confluence of the Goukou River and the Indian Ocean near the coastal resort of Stillbay. Vineyards, olive groves and fynbos surround the distillery itself, with ancient Milkwood trees marking the boundaries of the estate. Each Inverroche Gin has a distinctive profile and to create them, each uses a different recipe containing between 20 to 30 different varieties of fynbos, which are then complimented by various other (more traditional) gin botanicals, such as juniper.

Products on offer:

  • Inverroche Classic
  • Inverroche Verdant
  • Inverroche Amber