Pernod Ricard to acquire super-premium Italian gin Malfy

By Rachel Arthur contact

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Italian brand Malfy gin 'captures dolce far niente - the sweet art of doing nothing'
Italian brand Malfy gin 'captures dolce far niente - the sweet art of doing nothing'

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Pernod Ricard will acquire Italian super-premium gin brand Malfy from Biggar & Leith.

Malfy, which is distilled by the Vergnano family in the northern Italian town of Moncalieri, is sold in several markets such as the US, UK and Germany.

Malfy’s range of gins (originale, con limone, con arancia and gin rosa) are distilled using ingredients such as Italian Juniper, coastal grown Italian lemons and Sicilian blood oranges and pink grapefruits.

The acquisition of Malfy marks Pernod Ricard’s continued expansion into the fast-growing super premium and flavored gin categories: having taken a majority share in Black Forest dry gin Monkey 47​ in 2016 and acquiring Canadian gin Ungava in 2018.

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