Sharing our home and our principles, these London-based food and drink brands channel the capital’s creativity and innovation into an array of gastronomical delights. Discover the pioneers of London’s gin revival and set taste buds tingling with handcrafted confectionery from world-renowned chocolatiers, as we shine a spotlight on the culinary experts that call London home.
A decadent celebration of British artisan, our Liberty food range is home to a selection of sweet treats, boozy bottled delights and flavoursome condiments. You’ll find luxury biscuits baked with the finest local ingredients and old-fashioned sweets from a family confectioner, all wrapped in exquisite Liberty packaging for a signature London sign off.Shop Liberty Food
In a market dominated by poor quality chocolate, this London-based brand is ditching the status quo for a guilt-free experience like no other. Founded in 2015 by Amarachi Clarke, Lucocoa is London’s first bean to bar chocolate maker, home to a variety of award-winning flavour combinations to satisfy every palette.Shop Lucocoa
The pioneer of London’s gin revival, Sipsmith was established in 2009 by Sam Galsworthy, Fairfax Hall and renowned drinks aficionado Jared Brown. An award-winning microdistillery, every bottle of gin is lovingly handcrafted by a dedicated team of distillers using traditional copper stills and a classic ten botanical recipe.Shop Sipsmith
Charbonnel et Walker
Founded in 1875 by Mrs Walker and Mme Charbonnel on London’s Bond Street, Charbonnel et Walker is one of Britain’s first and finest chocolatiers. With a history curiously similar to that of Liberty’s, the London-based company has, like us, stayed true to its principles. The holder of a Royal Warrant, its chocolates are renowned for their refined taste and exquisite presentation.Shop Charbonnel et Walker
A true labour of love, Sacred Gin is the first and smallest commercial gin distillery of its kind, run by Ian Hart and Hilary Whitney in the former’s family home in Highgate, North London. The award-winning formulas are vacuum distilled rather than distilled in copper pots – this occurs at a lower temperature, encouraging fresher taste than more traditional gins.Shop Sacred Gin