Trevethan first started with their flagship London Dry Gin, a ten botancial gin with ingredients sourced from both around the world and the local hedgerows. For Rob Cuffe and John Hall, the founders of Trevethan distillery, inspiration struck during a discussion of Rob's Grandfather's gin recipe, which harked back to the roaring 1920's gin boom. 100 years later, and the Trevethan gin recipe remains true to Norman Trevethan's original.
Since the distillery opened, Trevethan have expanded their range to include fruit flavoured variants of their gin, as well as rum, and Cornwall's first bitter aperitif known as Koneva, offering a local alternative to the Italian Campari.
As a truly hand-crafted distillery, John is in charge of making sure each bottle of gin is as good and as unique as the last. Each bottle of Trevethan gin comes hand signed by the founders, and you can rest easy knowing that the weighing of the botanicals, the firing of the still, and the filling and labeling of the bottles has all been done by the two distillery founders.