Created exclusively in partnership with P&O Cruises, ‘Marabelle Gin’ marries British maritime heritage and a love of ocean adventures in a beautifully crafted gin. A fresh, clean and bold gin with warming notes of cubeb berries, almond and oak perfectly paired with cleansing notes of pine, mint and fresh green apple.
Custom engraving available.
70cl, 42% ABV.
Developed in partnership with P&O Cruises. Exclusively available to purchase at salcombegin.com and on board P&O Cruises.
P&O Cruises has no association with P&O Ferries.
Uniting two British brands, this exceptional gin captures our shared passion for the sea, exploration and navigation. The name Marabelle meaning ‘star of the sea’ pays homage to the beautiful vistas that can be enjoyed on board whilst voyaging across the water.
A blue seal on the bottle indicates that its contents were distilled at our waterside distillery in Salcombe. However, if you’re lucky enough to travel on board Iona you could spot a gold seal on selected bottles, meaning the gin was handcrafted on board, at the world's first distillery at sea.
‘Marabelle Gin’ is distilled and crafted with 19 carefully selected botanicals inspired by the terroir of the Scottish island Iona, including:
SUGAR KELP, Macedonian juniper berries, GREEN APPLES, FRESH LIME, BLACKBERRIES, MINT, Cypress and HEATHER.
The ‘Marabelle Gin’ sold through our website is distilled on Provident at our waterside distillery in Salcombe and blended with pure, naturally soft Dartmoor water.
“The world’s first gin distillery at sea will be one of the standout star attractions on our new ship. Marabelle means ‘star of the sea’, so this is the perfect name for our unique gin recipe created to be distilled on board Iona; a ship that was designed to make the sea the star”
We donate 1% of every bottle sold to the Marine Conservation Society to help protect and regenerate precious ocean habitats.
Salcombe Distilling Company will donate 1% of revenue from UK sales of 50cl and 70cl bottles of Salcombe Gin to ocean recovery projects run in conjunction with the Marine Conservation Society, a registered UK charity working for seas full of life. Registered charity no. 1004005 (England & Wales); SC037480 (Scotland). www.mcsuk.org