Arkh-Angell is Kirkjuvagr's high strength gin that pays homage to the proud seafaring heritage of Orkney.
It retains the smoothness and characteristics of the original Kirkjuvagr, but at 57% ABV, the increased strength brings new depths to its complex flavour profile.
Arkh-Angell is a tribute to generations of island seafarers, and carries the name of a local fishing boat that has a place close to the heart of many Orcadians. The gin’s name also reflects the use of a locally grown variety of Norwegian angelica, called Archangelica, taken to the Islands centuries ago by sailors from the North.
Est. - August 2016
Location - Kirkwall, Orkney
Owners - Stephen and Aly Kemp
Known Botanicals - Angelica, Ramanas Rose, Burnet Rose, Borage, Orcadian Bere Barley.
Serving Suggestions - Pour over ice and mix with a premium tonic. A twist of orange peel accentuates the citrus notes of the distillation.
Tasting Notes -
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