The distillery possesses two working copper stills, one dating from 1880 and the other from 1920. They both have a capacity of 400 litres and can be seen in the photo below.
They normally distill once a week with the process taking around half a day. Their main products are a dry anisette, a semi-sweet one and a very fine pacharan that they starting making in 1920. Pacharan is made by macerating sloe berries in anisette. They also make a cinnamon licquer and a mint one.
The following photo show the different bottles.
The town of Carmona is a fascinating place to visit, being in my opinion the most interesting town in the province of Seville outside the city of Seville itself. The photo below is of the Seville gate which is Carthaginian in origin but with changes made later by the Romans, Moors and Christians.
The tower attached to the church of San Pedro (Saint Peter) is a copy of the Giralda tower in Seville as can be seen below.
The last photograph shows the old market square with the dome of the Salvador church in the background.