With fathers so passionate about the business, it is little wonder that Beanie and Rebecca, daughters of James and  Tom respectively, should develop a keen interest in the pleasures, wide variations and sophistications of the world of wine and spirits. 

Together with the wider Last Drop Distillers team, they are committed to continuing the quest to identify spirits worthy  of The Last Drop bottle, and Rebecca was personally responsible for unearthing the superb Glen Garioch 1967, our first Single Malt.

With fathers and daughters working side-by-side to this day, this is a truly family-run business that places heritage and, above all, quality at the heart of everything we do.

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Following a degree in Linguistics and time with some of London’s leading design agencies, Rebecca has been running her own small design agency for the last 25 years, and she joined the company in 2008 as Creative Director.  Besides her superb design skills, Rebecca has an extraordinary palate; Scotch whisky shows just as many variations of style and character as any fine claret, and Rebecca has been instrumental in identifying the whiskies befitting of The Last Drop bottle.



Beanie began her marketing career 12 years ago at a bodega in Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, and her passion for the wine and spirits trade has not abated.  Following a degree in modern languages at Oxford University, Beanie has since worked for luxury brands Chanel and L’Oreal before starting her own business - a Marketing agency run jointly from London and Hong Kong.  Beanie has worked with spirits industry clients big and small, and became our newest and youngest Director in 2014.