Carl Reavey loves this over-looked winter green with an oatcake when he’s been out for a typically galeforce lunchtime walk with his wife Jan
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Our in-house forager James is well-tuned to the stirrings of early spring, as he watches for when to start harvesting […]
Additional winter pounds. Broken resolutions. Dark nights. Short days. The new year for some is a time to wallow in […]
Not able to get to Islay? Take a read to get a flavour of what’s be happening during the seasonal transitition this past month. From sloes to hazel there a seasonal change in the air.
The summer months have proffered a long, hot and dry season here taking us all quite aback on Islay. With weeks of sunshine and no rain…
A lunchtime stroll around the distillery perimeter yesterday revealed all sorts of edible plants, at an interesting intersection of promise and abundance
Foraged Spring pickings from around Islay
What is The Botanist gin’s signature serve? Local, seasonal and personal! How to a make your gin and tonic more exciting
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Drive around the island just now and there are two plants that catch the eye. The full green of spring […]
Would you like the opportunity to work on one of the fastest growing and most unique super-premium gin brands in […]
Contrary to what you might read on wikipedia, or occasionally hear along the byeways and bridlepaths, it is not illegal […]
Tradition. Respect. Community. Flavour. Collectively these ideals are at the heart of Native. It seems no stone was left unturned in Vijay […]
Dave Winnard of Discover the Wild joined us in Islay for a week of birdwatching and foraging in June 2017. […]
We enjoyed a very splendid cake last week, beautifully baked by Katie to mark the retirement of our botanical scientists Dr. Richard and Mavis Gulliver.