Larkfire
Larkfire
Wild Scottish Water for Whisky
 
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 An island of craft

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The Isles of Lewis and Harris are the home of Harris Tweed. A natural, community product that is enjoyed worldwide. The process of creating Harris Tweed takes time, much like the water cycle needed to produce Larkfire. This way of working is ancient but helps to inspire us to build our model for a modern, community business.

 
 
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 The Stornoway Trust

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Larkfire water is drawn from sources owned by The Stornoway Trust. The Trust is Scotland’s oldest community landlord, gifted by Lord Leverhulme and created by Deed of Trust in 1923. Its role is the stewardship of a 69,000-acre estate which is home to almost 11,000 people.

Every time you add Larkfire to your whisky you will be helping this unique, wild location and the people that live within it.

 
 
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 A sustainable brand

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Putting Larkfire into easily recycled cans was an obvious first step, but we wanted a new model that genuinely helped communities. That’s why a percentage of the sales of Larkfire water go to The Stornoway Trust. Our future as a brand is linked to our natural home, the wider environment and the people that live in it.

 
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