Martin Miller's is a brand of gin made by the Reformed Spirits Company of London and invented in 1999 by Martin Miller with a style expert, antique guide publisher, concert promoter and hotel owner. Martin Miller's is stylistically between a London Dry gin and a softer Plymouth gin, though it is classified as a London Dry.
Martin Miller's gin is distilled in a pot still, then the botanicals are added, which include juniper, orange and lemon peel, licorice, coriander, orris root, cinnamon, cassia, nutmeg, and angelica. A second distillation takes place, then the high-proof spirit is shipped from London to Iceland, where it is diluted with glacial water down to proof for bottling.
Martin Miller's gin comes in two proofs:
- 80 proof standard and
- 90.4 proof "Westbourne Strength", which is more juniper forward and spicier.