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Martin Miller’s Gin

Launched in 1999, Martin Miller’s Gin is distilled in pot stills in England and shipped to Iceland, where it is mixed with Icelandic spring water.

Martin Miller’s Gin was one of the first super-premium gins on the market and is widely recognised for its part in the Gin Renaissance.

Founders Martin Miller, David Bromige and Andreas Versteegh created the brand in 1999 after ordering a gin which left much to be desired.

The tepid gin & tonic which they had been served with hardly any ice and a limp slice of lemon convinced the trio to embark on a mad idea to ‘create the finest gin money could buy, whatever the cost’ and it wasn’t long before that mad idea was hailed as genius.

In January 2018, Spanish drinks group Zamora Group Company purchased a majority stake in Martin Miller’s Gin.

Address:Westbourne Studios
242, Acklam Road
W10 5JJ
Telephone:+44 (0) 207 3528697

Martin Miller’s Gin Brands

Martin Miller’s Gin Bottle

Martin Miller’s Original Gin

Martin Miller was a strange mix. At heart a traditionalist yet, at the same time, a visionary with a strong appetite for success combined with the soul of an artist. In creating his gin, the traditionalist in him demanded he make a gin that ‘tasted of gin’ and not, in his words, ‘of some highly flavoured confection’. However his soul of…
Martin Miller’s Westbourne Strength Gin Bottle

Martin Miller’s Westbourne Gin

First launched in 2003, its name derived from the location of Martin’s residences in Westbourne Grove in London and was where the brand was conceived. Martin Miller’s Westbourne Gin was created as a response to requests by ‘mixologists’ for a version of Martin Miller’s Original Gin that would give a more ‘old school’ authenticity to their classic repertoire of cocktails…
Martin Miller's 9 Moons Gin

Martin Miller’s 9 Moons Gin

Nearly 17 years after Martin Miller’s Gin was first launched, 9 Moons came into fruition as a result of some experimental cocktail creations by an adventurous group of mixologists in New York. They had put Martin Miller’s Gin into mini barrels producing stunning results. Then Martin Miller's Gin team experimented further taking barrels of French oak to the cold, dry…
Martin Miller’s Winterful Gin Bottle

Martin Miller’s Winterful Gin

Inspired by the botanicals commonly used in home-made mulled wine recipes in both England and Iceland (where it is known as Jóla Glögg), this winter edition pays homage to the brand’s dual heritage, which sees its English distilled gin blended with the purest Icelandic spring water for its signature smooth taste and soft mouth feel. The gin is created from…
Martin Miller’s Summerful Gin Bottle

Martin Miller’s Summerful Gin

Inspired by all things full of summer, the key characteristic of Martin Miller’s Summerful Gin is its freshness. The gin is based on the iconic separate distillation of the two families of botanicals in Martin Miller’s Original Gin creating a signature balance between the citrus and the juniper. Then a third distillation of botanicals from England and Iceland’s spring and…