Ogilvy Vodka, named after the farm in which the Maris Piper potatoes are harvested for Scotland’s first potato vodka. Hatton of Ogilvy Farm in Glamis has been the location responsible for producing founders Graeme and Caroline Jarron’s spirit that boasts awards such as; the IWSC Vodka Trophy 2015, ISWC Vodka Gold Outstanding 2015, Sip Awards Platinum 2017 and San Francisco World Spirits Awards Silver 2015.
Ogilvy came to be after utilising potatoes supermarkets wouldn't accept due to their size or shape regardless of the still exceptionally high quality of spud.
From ground to glass, everything is performed in-house with 100% traceability to the field in which the 3kg of potatoes used in every bottle came from.
Est. - January 2015
Location - Glamis, Angus
Owners - Graeme and Caroline Jarron
Known Botanicals - Potatoes. A sweet, creamy character with fruity esters, a hint of toffee and green pasture notes.
Serving Suggestions - Martini, on the rocks, with prosecco.
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