Gin Mare has long been the reference point for a gin that’s pushed the boundary of what a gin could taste like, with rosemary, thyme, olive, and basil included in the botanical line up. It’s savoury and unusual, balanced and complex. It’s also a Spanish Gin made in Spain, something that in due time will help it to establish itself firmly in one of the world’s biggest Gin markets.
The pot still used to create Gin Mare is housed in a chapel in a property that was once a monk’s retreat (cue Holy “Spirit” puns…). Purchased in the 1950’s by the Giro Ribot family to house it’s growing business, it manages to combine utility with a characterful location; space to distil, yet adorned with a fresco.