Scots vodka producer Ogilvy launches fruity premix range

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Scottish vodka brand Ogilvy is shaking things up with a new range of premixed drinks.

Launched in three blends, the Perfect Pour line is made from ingredients sourced locally to the small batch producer’s farm in Forfar, Angus.

Ogilvy’s Graeme Jarron stressed the importance of keeping things local. He said, “We have tried to work closely with local suppliers as much as possible. The raspberries and elderflower are grown and pressed locally here in Angus. The raspberries are grown in nearby walled gardens, not polytunnels, which gives them a fantastic natural flavour and colour.”

Starting with a base of Ogilvy Potato Vodka, 001 Milton Mule adds dashes of Scottish raspberry juice and lime; 002 Ogilvy Orchard combines apple and elderflower, while 003 Cottarhouse Cooler boasts a zing of lemon, lime and mint.

They can be mixed with tonic, lemonade, ginger beer or Prosecco.

 

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