Avva Scottish Gin


Avva - means a respected grand-mother, a respected mother, any old or respectable woman in the Indian language of Dravidian. In Hebrew it means to overturn or ruin which links the reputation that gin had as ‘Mother’s Ruin’ from the Hogarth era.

Moray's still has been named after the founder/owners grand-mothers. Avva Scottish Gin launches in the year that the UK’s most famous and respected grand-mother celebrates her 90th birthday, HRH Queen Elizabeth – who is also partial to a Gin & Tonic we are led to believe.

At the heart of Elgin’s history is the iconic Cathedral. Although the stunning Cathedral is now a ruin, the stone features again are credit to highly skilled craftsmen from the area. It is in the old Cathedral city of Elgin, that our small copper still J-J combines heat, spirit and specially selected Speyside, Highland and traditional botanicals. The bottle was selected in the spring and went into production in July for delivery in August. The style was selected for its traditional apothecary look, clean lines and easy pour.

Specially selected botanicals are used to create their small batch gin.

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