Beefeater

Beefeater is the world's No.1 premium gin. The only international premium gin still to be distilled in London, it brings a quintessentially British character to the world of spirits.

Beefeater range

Main markets for Beefeater

  • 1. Spain
  • 2. USA
  • 3. Canada
  • 4. Japan
  • 5. UK
  • 6. Portugal
  • 7. Greece

Beefeater in short

N°1
premium gin in Western Europe
MOST
awarded gin in the world
N°2
premium gin worldwide
2,6
million cases sold worldwide

Beefeater news

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Know-how 

James Burrough's original recipe contained nine “botanicals” or natural ingredients, including Seville orange and lemon peel, whole juniper berries, angelica seeds, coriander and almonds, which are steeped for 24 hours before being distilled. This procedure makes it possible to create a perfectly balanced, full-flavoured gin.
This steeping and distillation method remains virtually unchanged today and follows the secret recipe invented by James Burrough. Beefeater is the only international premium gin still distilled in the heart of the British capital at the Kennington distillery. 

History of Beefeater

1820
1876
2008

Beefeater's roots can be traced back to the 1820s, when John Taylor and his wife opened a small distillery in London's Chelsea district.

 

 

Burrough starts producing many different brands of gin, including Beefeater, named after the Beefeaters at the Tower of London.

The launch of Beefeater 24, Desmond Payne’s contribution to the Beefeater legacy.

Beefeater's roots can be traced back to the 1820s, when John Taylor and his wife opened a small distillery in London's Chelsea district.

 

 

Burrough starts producing many different brands of gin, including Beefeater, named after the Beefeaters at the Tower of London.

The launch of Beefeater 24, Desmond Payne’s contribution to the Beefeater legacy.

Beefeater's roots can be traced back to the 1820s, when John Taylor and his wife opened a small distillery in London's Chelsea district.

 

 

Burrough starts producing many different brands of gin, including Beefeater, named after the Beefeaters at the Tower of London.

The launch of Beefeater 24, Desmond Payne’s contribution to the Beefeater legacy.