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  • What is Martin Miller’s Gin?

    Martin Miller’s Gin, founded in 1999 by Martin Miller and fellow founders, is the world’s first super premium gin widely acknowledged as being the brand which kicked off the renaissance of gin in 1999. It has since been widely awarded and recognised for its superb qualit

  • Why is the brand called Martin Miller’s Gin?

    Martin Miller’s Gin was created in 1999 by gin lover Martin Miller and his two friends, David Bromige and Andreas Versteegh. All three agreed that the name Martin Miller should be the brand name.

  • Who created Martin Miller’s Gin?

    Three friends, Martin Miller, Andreas Versteegh and David Bromige founded Martin Miller’s Gin

  • What was the Martin Miller Residence in Westbourne Grove?

    It was a sort of an upmarket quirky bed and breakfast and part venue where Martin also lived. From here he managed his projects and received his guests. This is where many of the early tastings, experiments and ideas for Martin Miller’s Gin were developed. Martin occupied all the upper floors of the building. He founded the Martin Miller Academy (of Science and Art) which was a brand event and party venue and also where some bohemian photographs were shot. The brand held lots of events in the bars and cafes in and around Westbourne Grove. It was there too that the three founders discussed all the important developments of the brand. Clearly the name for Martin Miller’s Westbourne Gin primarily came from Westbourne Grove, but the Westbourne is also a river that runs through that part of London (thus existence of a “Grove”) and a short portion of it still runs over ground and into the Serpentine.

  • When was Martin Miller’s Gin launched?

    Martin Miller’s Gin was created in 1999.

  • Which type of gin classification are Martin Miller’s Gins?

    Technically Martin Miller’s Gins are distilled gins, these are produced by redistilling grain spirit with selected botanicals. Specifically at Martin Miller’s Gin we conduct separate twin distillations of the citrus and earthy botanicals and this imparts a unique flavour balance.

  • What distinguishes Martin Miller’s Gin from other gins?

    Martin Miller’s Gin is distilled in England in a pot still using two separate distillations which imparts a unique balance of citrus and juniper. It is blended to its bottling strength with Icelandic Spring water, it is this water which gives Martin Miller’s Gin its gentle bouquet and trademark softness.

  • Who owns Martin Miller’s Gin?

    In 2017 Zamora Company took a strategic equity majority share in Martin Miller’s Gin Ltd. . Zamora Company is a 100% family-owned Spanish company which produces and sells wines and spirits with a high added value and whose main aim is to build and develop Premium Brands. The Premium Brands owned by Zamora Company are Licor 43, Bodegas Ramón Bilbao, Martin Miller ́s Gin, Sangría Lolea, Villa Massa Limoncello, Albariño Mar de Frades, Yellow Rose Whiskey, Patxarán Zoco, Cruz de Alba and Thunder Bitch. The company has a presence in over 90 countries and boasts experienced international staff of over 400 with its own production facilities in Spain, Italy, Iceland, USA and the Dominican Republic and an annual turnover of €196M (2018).

  • How many bottles of Martin Miller’s gin are sold globally every year?

    In 2020 Martin Miller’s Gin sold over 1 million bottles.

  • In which countries can I find Martin Miller’s gin?

    Martin Miller’s Gin is present in over 40 countries

  • Where can I buy Martin Miller’s Gin?

    Martin Miller’s Gin enjoys wide distribution in many countries. If you can’t find our products please leave us a message in Instagram or Facebook or email to with your current location and we will recommend you the easiest place for you to buy your bottle.

  • What is the annual turnover or profit of Martin Miller’s gin?

    What is the annual turnover or profit of Martin Miller’s gin?

  • Are Martin Miller’s Gin and/or Zamora Company publicly listed?

    No, the brand and company are privately owned.



  • Where is Martin Miller’s Gin distilled?

    Martin Miller’s Gin is distilled in Langley, England’s “Black Country” (So named in the 19th Century, during the Industrial Revolution due to the smoke from the many thousands of ironworking foundries and forges plus also the working of the shallow and 30ft thick coal seams) using superior ingredients and according to the strict indications of our production team.

  • Are Martin Miller’s Gins made with natural ingredients?

    All the botanicals we use to create the unique taste of Martin Miller’s Gin are natural.

  • Which are the botanicals used in each distillation?

    Martin Miller’s Gin has a classic palette of 10 gin botanicals; juniper, coriander, cassia, orris root, angelica, liquorice root, cinnamon and nutmeg along with the required dried citrus peels, lemon and orange. By distilling the citrus botanicals (dried citrus peels, lemon and orange) separately to the earthier (juniper, coriander, cassia, orris root, angelica, liquorice root, cinnamon and nutmeg) it creates a better balance between the two, allowing the citrus flavours to shine through thus giving the gin a refreshing, modern twist on tradition.

  • Why does Martin Miller’s Gin use Icelandic Spring water?

    Icelandic Spring water is the purest in the world. Thanks to this it does not require any processing or demineralisation before blending with the spirit. This gives the brand its characteristic soft bouquet and mouthfeel. Icelandic water is the closest you can get to naturally occurring H2O.

Consumer information

Consumer information

  • Are Martin Miller’s Gins Kosher?

    Yes, Martin Miller’s Original Gin, Westbourne and 9 Moons are certified as Kosher.

  • Are Martin Miller’s Gins free of allergens?

    The labeling of Martin Miller’s Gins complies with the legislation on the application of consumer information on allergens and Martin Miller’s Gins are free from allergens according to Directive EC 1169/2011 in the attachment (Annex II – List of allergens – pag 304/43). Martin Miller’s Gins do not present any substance referred to in said ANNEX.

  • Are Martin Miller’s Gins gluten free?

    Yes. Martin Miller’s gins are gluten free.

  • Are Martin Miller´s Gins suitable for vegans?

    Yes. Martin Miller’s Gins are suitable for vegans.

  • Can I freeze Martin Miller’s Gin?

    That varies depending on alcohol content. A 40% ABV (80 proof) gin will freeze at around -26ºC and pure ethanol freezes at -114ºC so Martin Miller’s Gins will freeze between those two levels and depending on the proof of the gin. Definitely Martin Miller’s Gin can be kept in a freezer, you should find that this will concentrate the flavours and thicken the texture.

  • Does it have a ‘best before date’ or after opened?

    “An unopened bottle of gin stored properly (upright, and away from sunlight and extreme temperatures & humidity) will technically last and will not go bad. However it will lose its characteristics progressively over time and not be as per the exact specifications of the master distiller on the day it was produced.
    Once opened we recommend to enjoy the gin during the following 2 years, the liquid inside is exposed to air and eventually it will start to loose character.”

  • Is the Martin Miller’s Gin packaging recyclable?

    Yes. All Martin Miller’s Gin packaging products are made from 100% recyclable elements.

  • What is the legal age to drink Gin?

    The legal drinking age varies between countries.

    For example, in many countries  around the world such as Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, Mexico, UK and so on the legal age to drink Gin is 18 years old. 

    In Finland, Iceland, Paraguay, Sweden and so on the legal drinking age is 20 years old. 

    In Bahrain and the USA among other countries, it is 21 years old.

    If your country doesn’t appear in these aforementioned examples, please do send us an email.





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