Gin Producers

González Byass

González Byass is one of Spain’s most well-known sherry bodegas. Their origins can be traced to 1835 when it was founded by Manuel María González Angel, who was subsequently joined by his English agent, Robert Blake Byass.
The González Byass wine story began in Jerez in 1835, when young entrepreneur Manuel María González started out as a wine trader. Rapid success led him into wine production, helped by his uncle José Ángel, known affectionately as Tio Pepe, after whom he named his first solera. nearly 200 years years later it is still very much a family concern and is now in the hands of the fifth generation of winemakers. Today the family owns 14 wineries, producing premium wines and spirits in Spain, Chile, and Mexico, where they are fully committed to preserving the natural environment for the generations to come.

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The London Nº1 gin bottle

The London Nº1 Gin

It is all of the components that give The London Nº 1 its singular character - the quality of the ingredients, the distillation method, the colour and the bottle's design. Quadruple distilled in small batches in the heart of London, this gin's unique flavour is the result of the quality of the raw ingredients used, as well as its distillation…

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Timbermill Distillery

Thames Distillers Ltd operate Timbermill Distillery in London, providing a confidential and independent service supplying alcoholic drinks, miniatures and standard spirits. They can handle all elements of the production of your product and specialise in distillation, flavouring, packaging and will be able to assist you with all stages of your product's development. Please note this distillery is NOT open to the public.
Charles Maxwell, Thames Distillers

Charles Maxwell, Thames Distillers

Why distilling is still thrilling after 45 years As a young boy, Charles Maxwell wanted to be the next Jackie Stewart and become Formula 1 racing world champion. When a test session around the track at Brands Hatch proved that might not be his true calling, he turned his attention – via five years in accountancy – to being the…