The latest offerings from Moray food and drink producers are taking their place among traditional favourites at a major festival.
Three new products are being launched at the Spirit of Speyside Distilled event in Elgin.
Gin poured from a bourbon cask and an IPA finished in a barrel which once held whisky are among the new flavours from the region.
This weekend, it’s expected the creations will be sampled by thousands of people during the event.
Last year’s inaugural festival has been hailed as creating links between firms – some of which are being offered up this weekend.
The new tastes also include a coffee-infused gin liqueur from distillery El:gin christened Moray Mocha.
The drink is the result of a partnership between the firm and Garmouth-based Speyside Coffee Roastery.
Distillery owner Leah Miller said: “We’ve already got a summer liqueur called Moray Berry and we wanted to do something for the long autumn nights too.
“It’s nice to link up with another local firm to create something together.”
Avva Gin is also taking the wraps of their cask finished gin, which is uniquely brown.
Distiller Jill Brown added: “The Speyside Cooperage were very good at picking out the right cask for our gin.
“Whisky is in the history of the region, so it made sense to look at something down that route.”
Speyside Brewery is debuting its whisky-finished IPA, Scotch Hop, which has been produced with Glenfiddich.
The event also features other giants from the region’s thriving whisky industry, including Aberlour, Macallan and Glenlivet.
Festival chairman James Campbell believes the contrast in the size of some of the companies showcasing their produce is unique.
He said: “We have some of the best-selling malt whisky in the world standing next to some new local producers.
“The thing that stood out last year was the collaboration between brewers, gin makers and whisky firms.
“It’s amazing to see them all standing next to each other and working together on projects.”
Spirit of Speyside Distilled takes place at Elgin Town Hall today with sessions from 1pm to 5pm and 6pm to 10pm.