26th February, 2014 by Amy Hopkins
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31.9 million litres
Spain has been identified as a key market for gin for some time due to the immense popularity of the gin and tonic, with the country creating its own serve involving bulbous glasses and plenty of garnish.
Sales of gin have continued to boom in the country for over the past five years despite its economic bust. The story was no less true ion 2012 when Spain saw sales of 31.9 million litres of gin.
However, some have predicted that Spanish consumers could soon fall out of favour with gin. David Bromige, creator of Martin Miller’s Gin, told The Spirits Business that many of the Spanish-owned gin brands are beginning to drop out of the marketplace as consumers “look for a certain level of integrity in brands”.