From wonky potatoes to Vodka with Ogilvy Vodka
Caroline Bruce-Jarron & Graeme Jarron toast the launch of Ogilvy Vodka’s new visitor experience. Born out of a desire to use ‘wonky potatoes’, Ogilvy Vodka now processes thousands of kilos of misshaped spuds that would otherwise have gone to waste.
Independently owned and run by husband-and-wife team, Graeme and Caroline Jarron, Ogilvy Vodka has been distilling at the couple’s Angus farm since 2014. The new £150K visitor centre promises a ‘field to bottle’ experience that will take in the sights and sounds of both a working potato farm and working vodka distillery.
Tours will start on vintage tractor and trailer, which will showcase a behind the scenes look at potato farming. Then take an immersive, step-by-step walk-through of the distilling process and a guided tasting of the distillery’s award-winning single estate potato vodka.
Ogilvy Spirits Ltd.
Hatton of Ogilvy Farm
Ogilvy Vodka visitor centre shop is open on the following days and times:
Friday 1pm – 5pm
Saturday 11am – 4pm
Sunday 11am – 4pm
Guided tours cost £15 and will run at the following times:
Saturday, 11am & 2pm
Sunday, 11am & 2pm
Guided tours are for adults 16+.
Click here to book a tour.
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