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Harris Gin moves to official stockists - as click and collect comes to an end

The move means that customers no longer need to order online to pick up from partner shops and bars.

Published: January 29, 2022
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The team behind award-winning Harris gin introduced a click and collect service so that those who couldn't buy directly from the distillery shop, and didn't want to wait for online shipping, could order online and pick up straight away from a partner outlet.

Now these over 100 outlets have become official Harris Gin stockists, which means customers can buy bottles off the shelf and over the counter for the first time.

The team said: "Slowly but surely, we have spread the word about our island spirit without compromise, sharing our story every bit of the way and ensuring people always felt part of our purpose-driven endeavours.

"The Click & Collect service has been a brilliant way to bring our bottles to gin lovers across the UK, but we’ve recently been straining under the administration and organisation it requires to maintain it all.

"So, after much discussion and planning, we feel it’s time to move on.

"We will continue to sell Isle of Harris Gin online, of course, and our gift sets, glassware, tinctures, and other good things will remain exclusive to our distillery shops.

"But, if you need to buy a bottle, you can now simply pop into our approved partners' shops and purchase and pay for what you need right there and then.

"We owe a huge thank you to all these outstanding small businesses who have shown such enthusiasm for our work and bent over backwards to be ambassadors for our brand."

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Official stockists can be found online, and will display stickers in their windows.

The team are keen to reassure fans that they have 'absolutely no intention of being on every shop shelf or supermarket.'

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.

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