Great news just in this morning from Portsmouth Distillery, who tell us that they are looking to appoint a Sales Executive. Read on to find out more about this fantastic opportunity:
“The Portsmouth Distillery Company is a multi-award winning innovative company based at 18th Century Fort Cumberland, surrounded by the sea and centuries of naval history. We are looking to appoint a Sales Executive to support the Sales and Marketing function within the growing business. A great opportunity with fantastic prospects to be integrally involved with growing an innovative company based within an ancient monument making world class spirits.”
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Sales Executive Opportunity – About Portsmouth Distillery
Fort Gin with
The Portsmouth Distillery sits in the heart of Fort Cumberland, a beautiful 18th Century fort on the south eastern tip of Portsea Island. This idyllic, tranquil location has been a real inspiration for the creation of this world class gin. We lovingly distil handmade small batches of fine Portsmouth Dry Gin using a recipe based on five key botanicals three of which are Elderflower, Gorse Flower and Sea Radish, foraged from the grounds of the Fort. When these are combined with our own blend of aromatic botanicals, they produce an exceptional gin which has a rich, full, floral bouquet, is silky smooth on the palate yet with a robust ‘Fort’ flavour and delicious warmth on the finish.
The Portsmouth Distillery Rum
Through years of drinking, collecting and dealing in fine sipping rums, we have developed a clear understanding of what makes a great rum. All this research into what makes good white rum, straight off the still is what has led us to our final production process, ensuring a superior product when aged. It is made using a secret recipe derived from cane products, fermented for a few weeks in the ancient and atmospheric arched casemate, before being double distilled to produce a world-class small batch artisan white rum. Some of this rum is then laid down to age in French Oak barrels in the ancient powder magazines of Fort Cumberland, less than 100m from the sea.