Close up of a Gin & Tonic


Our multi award-winning flagship brand, Whitley Neill Gin was created by 8th generation distiller Johnny Neill. It all started with a delicious London Dry Gin which uses a unique blend of nine botanicals, including South African baobab and cape gooseberries.  Today, Whitley Neill Gin offers two award-winning London Dry Gins (Distiller’s cut and Connoisseur’s Cut) and a range of unique flavours, including the best-selling Rhubarb & Ginger, Blood Orange, and Raspberry Gins plus on-trend, limited edition seasonal flavours.

Our City of London Distillery is currently the only gin distillery based in the heart of the City of London, having brought gin production back to the city after a hiatus of nearly 200 years. Here we started distilling our City of London Gin range. Now, the City of London Distillery is home to Whitley Neill Gin, and offers gin tours, a premium bar experience, and a ‘Make Your Own’ gin school offering.

Over in North Wales we have our Aber Falls Distillery, which produces premium Welsh gins using locally inspired botanicals to give a truly authentic taste experience.  In Liverpool we have a range of critically acclaimed organic gins inspired by the local heritage of Liverpool from the 1790s, and in Berkshire we have our Berkshire Botanical range which was launched by Johnny Neill, inspired by the local flora and fauna of the Yattendon Estate. Johnny’s gin brands also include the premium Mary-Le-Bone Gin range from the very heart of London.

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Our J.J Whitley Artisanal Vodka is the result of the determination to create a high-quality Vodka that is different from all others. Distilled at our own distillery, the range uses superlative quality wheat and water to give our liquid distinctive smoothness. The range boasts our original J.J Whitley Artisanal Vodka, as well as a range of on trend flavours including Raspberry, Blood Orange, and Vanilla.

Our portfolio also includes Vestal Vodka, which is a craft, ‘batch produced’ Polish vodka. Tapping into the trend for flavoured vodka varieties, the range now also includes two fruity vodka expressions – Black Cherry and Raspberry & Blackcurrant.

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Scotch Malt Whisky Casks


Our whiskies are diverse, ranging from the easy-drinking and versatile Crabbie’s Yardhead Single Malt Scotch Whisky (which is perfect for mixing), to more traditional aged single malt Scotch Whiskies in the Crabbie’s range.

We also continue to work closely alongside Johnny Neill to bring the historic Samuel Gelston’s brands back to life with a range of exceptional cask finish and rare aged single malt Irish whiskeys. This includes our Samuel Gelston’s Blended Irish Whiskey, Single Malt and Single Pot Still Pinot Noir Finish.

Over in Aber Falls we were proud to launch the first whisky in North Wales in over 100 years, with much more in the pipeline for the brand. Our newest whisky distillery, Bankhall, which is based in Blackpool, is dedicated to distilling English whiskies with a distinctive Bourbon style in a unique and handcrafted manner. Across the pond we also produce our very smooth, soft James Cree Bourbon Whiskey.

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Our Dead Man’s Fingers Rum is a Caribbean Rum with a Cornish Soul. The Spiced Rum was born at the Rum and Crab Shack in St Ives, Cornwall, and went on to find a new, bigger home at the Bristol and Bath Rum Distillery.

Today, the focus of the brand continues to be around challenging tradition and having fun with new and exciting flavour combinations. The range now includes a whole host of popular flavoured variants, including Coconut, Pineapple, Mango, and Passionfruit. Every flavour in the range has been created to be enjoyed straight, over ice, or as a base for a range of cocktails.

Our Rum Sixty Six Caribbean rums cover all the categories of white, dark, aged, and spiced. They are Fairtrade registered and carbon neutral in production, with all the byproducts of the process being used to fuel the distillery.

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Ginger Beer

The roots of our distinctive Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer stretch all the way back to 1801, when John Crabbie capitalised on the nearby port of Leith, Edinburgh, providing him access to ingredients from many nations. He sourced the finest ginger and exotic spices, starting a legacy that would last for generations to come.

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