Owner Lorien Cameron-Ross, who also happens to be a doctor, stated that due to the Covid-19 pandemic she is back working full time for the NHS while her husband Kevin continues to run their Dores-based distillery.
The entrepreneurial couple stated that they want to help where they can, Lorien said: "As the only distillery on Loch Ness, Kevin and I want to support our local community and one way we can do this is to make hand sanitizer for our local front line workers.
"We are using a World Health Organisation approved recipe. We will be making very small batches at a time, as some ingredients are scarce."
They have raised nearly £330 more than their original target of £500 in just over five hours with one donator describing it as a "cause worth its weight in gold".
Adding that to do this they need to raise funds to source ingredients and help pay for production costs, Lorien said that they will not be selling the resulting product and that it will only be donated where it is truly needed.
The pair say they will be offering refills as well as donating bottles.
Should you wish to donate to help with future batches you can do so here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/loch-ness-handrub