Laverstoke Mill is a former paper mill located on the River Test in Laverstoke near Overton, in England. The mill complex contains three grade II listed buildings: the Mill House, Mill Cottages, and the Glazing House.
The mill originally produced corn before the site was bought by Henry Portal in 1718 and converted into a paper mill. In 1923, the mill began printing bank-notes for Britain and the British Empire. It is currently used for the manufacture of Bombay Sapphire gin who refurbished the site including a new glasshouse for the gin botanicals which was designed by Heatherwick Studio.
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