English Spirit at Treguddick
We’re excited to welcome you to our new state-of-the-art distillery, in the grounds of the historic Treguddick Manor, Launceston, opening summer 2021. A pioneering destination for epicurean excellence; showcasing our superb range of spirits and distilling the very best of what the South West has to offer.
Our new distillery invites guests to see how we make a wide range of copper pot distilled spirits; including England’s original scratch-distilled rum, smooth vodkas, glorious gins, experimental single malt, and tantalising liqueurs.
Visitors will also be able to book a distillery tour and tasting, where they can learn about the distillery process; from sourcing the water at our own natural spring to how we scratch-distil all the spirits in our extensive product range. The tour will include viewing the copper pot still, watching the production process first-hand, and wandering around the geodesic domes which house our growing botanicals; this is a sensory experience like no other.
This is followed up by a guided tasting, a chance to sample a range of our sensational spirits. These have been developed to be drunk neat and to leave a velvety mouthfeel, as well as being delighted by the intricate range of flavours on the palette.
"A cathedral to fine food and drink; a true house of gastronomy."
Bar & Kitchen
Our kitchen will serve mouth watering breakfasts and lunches, including cuisine cooked with our spirits: and cocktails from a bar stocked entirely with scratch distilled spirits from our distillery.
Stocking the English Spirit collection, as well as regular small batch and limited editions: this will be a unique experience for spirit shopping and sampling. Perfect for gifts or for topping up.
Behind the distillery, we are hoping to install five geodesic domes: housing botanicals and ingredients used in our products, with space for guided tours and tastings.
By appointment only
Treguddick Manor, Launceston,
Cornwall, PL15 7JN
From the A30, follow the signs for Treguddick; watch for the sharp turnings! If approaching from Launceston then don't follow sat nav directions down the first unmarked turning; wait for the turning clearly signposted 'Treguddick'. Then take the first left and follow the track: the Longhouse car park will be on the right after you pass the Manor and courtyard.