Rob Murray and Jonathan Yeatman were introduced by a mutual friend some years ago whilst they both worked at separate distilleries. They soon learnt that they shared the same passion for the history and appreciation of fine spirits.
Rob’s family had been involved in the alcohol trade for several generations and it was during a visit to a family member’s home he made a discovery, or it may have been fate that led him to find a 17th century book on distilling. A treasure in itself to look at, but upon inspection Rob quickly realised the value of its contents.
Jonathan’s pharmaceutical experience proved priceless as they studied with great excitement the distilling methods described within and to their surprise they differed greatly from the modern ways of production.
To ensure the critical raw ingredients and botanicals were the finest selected, Rob and Jonathan enlisted Jamie Benton to the Murray & Yeatman team bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience from the hospitality industry. Together they refined their choice of botanicals and an amalgamation of methods.
Culminating in the proprietary recipe which led to the perfection of a long-term desire to create and produce the smoothest flavoursome spirits.
To complete the mix Bob Mayston, whose immense experience in launching some of the world’s most successful products was the final ingredient to complete the team.
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