NERABUS™ ISLAY DRY GIN
Caressed by the Atlantic winds, Nerabus is a hamlet by the shores of Loch Indaal on the Scottish Hebridean Isle of Islay.
Nerabus, often known by the ancient name Nereabolls, is a hamlet in the Rhinns area on the south west side of the Isle of Islay. Nerabus is known for its wild heather and deer.
The deer at Nerabus roam wild and are often seen at sunset grazing on the lower grounds. These beautiful creatures were the inspiration for our logo.
Islay Gin Ltd, which is a private family-owned Scottish business, is the first and only company solely dedicated to producing Gin on the Hebridean Isle of Islay.
Islay Gin Ltd was set up by Dr John Gow and his wife Dr Audrey Gow to introduce a classic Hebridean Gin. It is produced with traditional juniper berries, herbs and spices together with an infusion of wild Islay heather to create a unique Dry Gin of character.
Following a 30 year medal winning career as a biomedical/forensic scientist, John has now focussed his laboratory skills to producing this classic Hebridean Gin – Nerabus.
Audrey previously worked at an Islay spirit distillery and is an expert in global customer care and the export of spirit drinks.