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Mallorca Distillery, Palma

Mallorca Distillery is the home of a new artisan Gin, Palma Gin, delicately handcrafted on the beautiful island of Mallorca.

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Distilled with locally foraged wild flowers and fresh citrus fruit from the rural orchards of Mallorca, the taste is a fresh, dry, citrus infused gin with a perfectly smooth finish.

Situated in the heart of Mallorca's capital city, this urban distillery is the first small-scale craft distillery in Palma. With a bespoke 500 litre copper pot still, Mallorca Distillery produces local premium craft spirits with care, gifting a taste of the island in every bottle.

The small craft distillery showcases the creative endeavours of Founders Amber and Byron. Focusing initially on launching two premium products, Palma Ginebra and Palma Vodka, that really capture the beauty of the island. Mallorca Distillery’s small scale production also gives Head Distiller, James Gibbons, the opportunity to personally oversee each production, ensuring intricate care and attention during every distillation, with an unparalleled focus on quality.

This truly is a local brand - the iconic branding of the bottles comes from the traditional Mallorcan tiles known as 'suelo hidraulico', they are committed to using locally and ethically foraged ingredients, and are helping local farmers maintain their land.

Whilst this distillery is not open as a bar, you can organise a visit by taking one of their tours: Palma Gin Distillery Tour, Cocktail Masterclass and even Make Your Own Gin Tour.

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The Head Distiller is currently working on creating a Vodka recipe using some unique ingredients from Mallorca to produce their one and only organic Palma Vodka. Look out for it coming soon.

Reviews

Visitor comments

  • "I'm very pleased I made the short trip from the Old Town. It was great to speak with Byron and master distiller James who were both very welcoming and are very passionate and proud of their gins, and rightly so. They have a very impressive range of different infusions and flavours, with all ingredients (where possible) being locally sourced on the island which made the experience more authentic. I really loved the bar at the distillery too, very smart. I would highly recommend visiting the distillery for one of their tours or a drink at the bar if you looking for somewhere different in Mallorca. Thanks again Byron and James, really enjoyed it and will see you next year.... bottoms up!" - TripAdvisor
  • "Visited this distillery with my husband and friends. Didn't really know what to expect but it was a great afternoon out. Byron and James talked us through the journey of the distillery and the making of palma gin. The tour ended on a taster session which went down a treat. We had a few more sessions of the gin back at our apartment. Had to be done. Would recommend." - TripAdvisor
  • "Visited the mallorca distillery on a gin making session. Lovely welcome from the team there and made to feel at ease immediately with fellow gin makers at the session. Good to see how it's made it taste gorgeous and even better to get to make my own loved every minute thoroughly recommend a visit when you're on holiday. Looking forward to returning when back in Palma." - TripAdvisor

Getting Here

Directions

The distillery is located down a dead-end lane inbetween Yamaha and Mayrata. A free car park can be found opposite Yamaha before entering the distillery lane.

GPS Coordinates: 39°36'36.2"N 2°39'48.0”E 

Metro: From the main train station at Plaza Espana take line M1 for UIB to Camí dels Reis. Services run during the week every 20 minutes between 6:35 to 21:35 out, and 6:57 to 21:57 returning. On a Saturday it's between 7:00 to 14:00 out, and 7:25 and 14:55 returning. There are no services on a Sunday.

When you walk out the station up the stairs, do an about turn and walk to the end of the street, 100m (towards the mountains). Then take a left before the roundabout and cross the road, carry on for about 100m and take a left at Yamaha.

Contact

  • Address
  • Carrer del Gremi de Sucrers i Candelers 20, Nave 4, Poligono Son Castello, Palma
  • 07009