Black Fox Farm and Distillery

Black Fox Farm and Distillery is a beautiful cut flower farm and distillery. The main farm produces cut flowers during summer months. The distillery uses the ingredients frown on the farm to produce award winning Gin, Liqueurs and Vodka. Black Fox Farm spirits are crafted in a traditional manner, while pushing the boundaries of creativity with different grains and flavours. Few distillers combine the passion for agriculture with the skill of distilling. 90% of its ingredients grows right here on the farm. All spirits sold under Black Fox Farm name have been fermented and distilled by this company. This is quite rare in the world of micro distilleries allowing Black fox Farm to craft spirits of the absolute highest quality.
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