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Inverroche

The story of Inverroche begins in 2007, when founder Lorna Scott and her son began experimenting with a 1.7L copper pot still known as “Mini Meg”, followed by four years of playing around and experimenting. In December 2011, the distillery launched its inaugural gins and opened its doors to the public for the first time.

The Inverroche distillery lies at the confluence of the Goukou River and the Indian Ocean, near Still Bay (Stilbaai) in the Western Cape of Southern Africa. Inverroche takes its name from two words: the Scottish word “Inver”, meaning ‘a confluence of water’ and the French word “Roche” meaning ‘rock or stone’, which not-so-coincidentally are the very elements in Still Bay that have cultivated the conditions necessary to create the gin!

Inverroche Verdant Gin

70cl, 43%

A South African gin with a handsome tint that comes from infusion with "late summer blooms" after distillation. The blooms in question are from the local Fynbos from the mountainous region of the…  More info

Inverroche Verdant Gin
3
$46.27

Inverroche Classic Gin

70cl, 43%

A floral South African gin made using botanicals known as Fynbos from the Cape Floral Kingdom, which are placed in the steam basket during distillation. There's no further infusion following…  More info

Inverroche Classic Gin
8
$46.27

Inverroche Amber Gin (43%)

70cl, 43%

Made in the same way as Inverroche's Verdant Gin, except this time the Fynbos botanicals from the Cape Floral Kingdom used are from coastal areas as opposed to the mountainous region. These South…  More info

Inverroche Amber Gin (43%)
3
$46.27

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