A distillery must have a tradition, it should be highlighted with its products and drinks, it must be known for its quality, and these are things in which Martes Santo stands out, famous for its drinks, it is a distillery that won the Gold Medal in the Ibero-American Exhibition of Seville 1929, thanks to its wonderful products.
Martes Santo was founded in 1870, creating its first liqueurs and spirits using a copper alembic fueled by oak wood (also called carrasca), a tree native to the Mediterranean region, in addition to using fruits from its own park, working with focus and respect for the environment that gives them the necessary to live.
Martes Santo is a distillery of great tradition, with more than a century of experience in the production of liqueurs, anisados, gins, spirits and creams, which makes it a reference distillery in Spain and in the world thanks to the high quality of its drinks, made following a traditional process, which gives them a touch for which Martes Santo is recognized and for which this has been maintained for centuries in the market.
The work of collecting the raw material that will later be used for the elaboration of liqueurs, anisados, gins, spirits and creams, is made in the Natural Park Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche, located to the North of the Province of Huelva, produces cherries, chestnuts, herbs, sweet acorns, etc., of great quality, which are used for maceration, leaving in that process for a minimum of 3 months for use is distillates and liqueurs. In this way Martes Santo makes sure that all its liquors and drinks have that homemade touch that has achieved the fame it currently has, there is the essential of its work, which goes hand in hand with its commitment to the Natural Park and nature, treating it with respect to achieve the freshest and best quality products.
Martes Santo also has a Museum inside the Natural Park where visitors can experience the smells and being in a traditional distillery, can see and get in touch with the instruments that Martes Santo uses for the elaboration of its delicious drinks, such as the copper stills used for more than a century and smell the aromas of anise and fruit characteristic of a distillery, added to the learning of its long history, besides being able to taste liqueurs, creams and gins, free of charge. In addition to enjoying the beautiful Sevillian regional architecture of a building by Aníbal González Álvarez-Ossorio, who also built the Ateneo de Sevilla.