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“We are delighted to welcome Welsh Sisters to Discover Delicious. It’s no secret that we love our incredible Welsh gins here at DD HQ, and we’re particularly fond of this unique small batch gin distillery run by sisters, Tania and Becky, on the beautiful West Wales coast. Discover their wonderfully unique Welsh craft gins and delight the gin lover in your life with a fabulous gift from West Wales.”  

We are a small, family run business producing award-winning, contemporary Welsh gins from the small seaside resort of New Quay on the stunning Cardigan Bay coastline. Our small-batch dry gins are lovingly handcrafted using boldly unconventional botanicals to tell the story of the women who’ve always played a huge part in Welsh coastal communities.

Women and the Sea
When we started producing our very own Welsh craft gin, we wanted to do more than make it delicious. We wanted to tell the stories of the women from the past who inspire us in the present. Growing up on the glorious Welsh coast, we were always told of the women who have played such an important role in these rural, coastal communities. Their stories have remained hidden for some time so we wanted to help uncover their history and celebrate these iconic women. We’re here today because of their bravery and courage!

We support Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) with every bottle sold. WDC protects whales and dolphins around the world — including our very own, infamous local dolphins here in New Quay, Ceredigion — and advocates for plastic-free seas, a cause close to our hearts. Our bottles and bottle tops are recyclable, and we are working to ensure all our packaging is plastic-free.

Our Story

Our story begins with two sisters, myself Tania and my sister, Becky, who were born in Cardiff and raised on the coast. We inherited our dad’s passion for the sea whether we liked it or not! Fortunately, we did like it, and have never really left. Our father was a captain of square-riggers and windjammers in the West Indies, while our mother is the descendant of the Kidwelly ‘wreckers’. (Wrecking being the art of looting shipwrecks.)