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Gin Bothy expands across Europe with Swiss and German deals



Scottish spirits company Gin Bothy has begun selling to mainland Europe.

The Angus-based start-up has partnered with independent retailer Glen Fahrn to sell throughout Switzerland and Germany.

Founded by Kim Cameron in 2015, Gin Bothy uses traditional methods of production to deliver their premium gin.

It now produces more than 60,000 units each year and it is expected this new partnership will deliver quarterly shipments to cope with European demand.

Another member of the Bothy trading family, Hipflask Spirits, launched earlier this year after Cameron used the down time created by the pandemic to pursue projects that had once been on the back burner.

Hipflask Spirits – produced in smaller 20cl bottles – was created as a supermarket brand and was selected as one of Aldi’s next top products.

Cameron said: “The expansion to Switzerland and Germany marks the start of a relationship with independent retailer Glen Fahrn.

“The gin consumer market of Germany and Switzerland has a combined value of $811m, demonstrating the significant potential of the partnership.

“We have ambitious plans, to spread the Bothy love even further afield as we continue to expand our export adventure and develop our global network beyond Europe.”

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