Puerto De Indias is the Essence of Andalucia
The family-run distillery in Carmona is one of the longest established in the region, with copper stills dating back to 1880.
A maritime reference, Puerto de Indias takes its name from Seville’s port which came to prominence during the 1500s, a period when Spain began extensively trading with the recently-discovered New World. The gin’s unique bottle shape is inspired by the Torre del Oro, or ‘Tower of Gold’, a 13th century Moorish watchtower and one of Seville’s most iconic monuments.
These Gins are crafted using natural ingredients and botanicals from the sun-drenched Spanish region of Seville, these aromatic gins fill the senses with the spirit of Andalucía.
Puerto de Indias Pure Black Edition
Capturing the perfumed essence of the sun-kissed Andalucían springtime, this dry gin is filled with an elegant bouquet of citrus blossom.
A spirit filled with aromatic notes of orange blossom and lemon verbena, and a gentle hint of jasmine and vanilla, making for a remarkably elegant G&T.