Our Mallorcan Partners

We work extremely closely with our local organic farmers to help grow the quality botanicals that we use in our products.

Sa Pobla/Ses Salines

Sa Pobla and Ses Salines are the soil in which the certified organic tomatoes are grown by our tomato specialist Alexandre de Folin.He has been working the land for over 8 years and grows several varieties of tomatoes such as : Raf, Rose de Berne, Noir de Crimée, Cœur de Bœuf,... These exceptional tomatoes are used in Palma Gin to give it a slight earthy , local flavor. Alexandre also delivers fresh organic basquets every week in Palma picked right before delivery . He is well known for extremely high quality, variety and selectiveness . He does not only grow these vegetables but also chooses the seeds from the best plants which guarantee this remarkable quality.

Son Penyaflor 

In this spectacular setting nestled under the dramatic Tramuntana Mountains in Alaro, the Garundí Rossello family have owned and farmed the estate of Son Penyaflor for four generations. Here we forage the almond flowers once a year before Spring which only blossom for two months, weather dependant. Almond flowers are a key botanical in creating our delicious gin recipe, they give a subtle sweetness which brings the unique flavour to Palma Gin. On site you can stay in their boutique hotel, a great stop if exploring the walking trails of the Tramuntana.

Tramuntana Mountains - Tony & Susana

Tony and Susana have lived and worked on their land for over 40 years and their family have owned the estate for several generations. They grow five other local botanicals that we use in Palma Gin with care and attention. The Venetian Juniper, Orange, Orange Leaves, Lemon & Lavender all bring the true taste of Mallorca as well as a delicious organic freshness. 

Tony & Susana are also in the process of planting some of our other organic botanicals we use in Palma gin. Trying to grow everything we need here on the Island really helps with sustainability and the making of a true Mallorcan Gin.