Martin Miller's Gin is London distilled using over eight botanicals and aromatics including selected Tuscan juniper, cassia bark, angelica, Florentine orris, liquorice root, coriander, finest Seville citrus peel, ground nutmeg, and cinnamon bark. The botanicals are steeped overnight in the spirit to allow a greater infusion of flavour.
Millers Gin is distilled in the traditional way via pot still. This is a time consuming process, but for gin production it is unrivalled. It keeps the 'body' of the spirit high and because of a lower distilling strength, the flavours are kept within the final product. Millers use a one hundred year old copper still manufactured by John Dore & Co. in 1903.
Following distillation, most London dry gins are blended with British spring waters. Miller's, however, is transported by ship to Iceland where it is blended with glacial lava filtered waters, supposedly the purest in the world. In the small village of Borganes on Iceland's remote west coast, a final 'mystery' ingredient, unknown even to the master distiller, is also added.
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