Finsbury Distillery was founded in 1740
Joseph Bishop in London.
The distillery was initially located in the heart of London on the corner of Ropemaker Street and Finsbury Street and was then moved by the Bishop family in 1904 to Moreland Street outside London
The name Finsbury stands for a deep connection to London.
The capital of Great Britain still has streets, squares,
parks and pubs bearing that proud name - Finsbury.
Finsbury London Dry Gin is one of the oldest known gin brands still made to the original recipe.
The original recipe of the Bishop family, who were involved in the Finsbury distillery until the second half of the 20th century, is a well-kept secret, passed down unchanged for generations.
With the launch of Finsbury Wild Strawberry Gin in 2020, the brand has added an innovative new product to its existing range.
New password: "Yellow / Pink, since 1740 / 2020"
emphasizes the combination of tradition and innovation.
For over 265 years, it has been made according to an original, unchanging recipe: based on juniper berries, exotic fruits, numerous herbs and spices in accordance with the company's motto "Originals Don't Change". The exact proportions of the ingredients and the methods of their preparation are a closely guarded family secret passed down from generation to generation.