The penultimate day of Gin-Mas 2019. *Sad Face*. Don’t worry though, there are amazing gins to win today.
Triple GGG gin
Brendon and Katie triple distill their spirit three times to make Triple GGG gin. It’s a ‘bold, Australian spirit’ perfect for a variety of gin cocktails.
Aviation gin was one of the first contemporary gins when it launched over 10 years ago. Since then it’s become better known because the actor Ryan Reynolds bought the company and the hilarious promotional videos he creates.
The recipe is described as a ‘democracy’ of botanicals as no one ingredient dominates. However, it’s still very much a gin, with plenty of juniper flavour. I love having this in my gin cupboard!
Brogan’s Way Everyday Salvation Gin
Everyday Salvation gin is one of the gins distiller Brogan Carr created for her Masters in Distilling thesis. It’s an Australian twist on a classic dry gin and features crisp fresh organic white grapefruit peel, cinnamon myrtle and native pepper berries.
Two Accents Barrel-Aged Shiraz Gin
This limited release gin is finished in five year old Shiraz American oak barrels for three months. It has vanilla, caramel and charred oak flavours that can be enjoyed neat or with your favourite mixer.
A university assignment started Andrew Kerrigan on his distilling journey. Not long afterwards, Hemp was given legal approval for use in food and drink and Andrew decided to combine his passion for gin with Hemp. The result is a crisp, savoury dry gin, suitable for a variety of cocktails.
Taylor and Smith Distilling
Natalie and Ben distill their gin using Huon Valley apples to form their Eau de vie. It has 17 botanicals, including Sweet-scented Kunzea, hand-harvested Kombu, Tasmanian Pepper Berries,Leatherwood Honey, Juniper, Coriander, Orris, Angelica, and Blood Orange.
Hayman’s Sloe Gin
The original sloe gin and one of the best. Sloe berries are steeped in Hayman’s London Dry gin for three to four months. It’s deliciously fruity, but has warm vanilla and marzipan notes. It’s wonderful neat, over ice or top up with champagne for an extra special treat.
Animus Distillery Macedon Dry Gin
Animus Distillery have combined lemon myrtle and Tasmanian pepper berries with traditional botanicals to create their spin on a classic London Dry gin.
Bass & Flinders Distillery Maritime Gin
Another new release from Bass & Flinders! Maritime Australian Dry gin is inspired by the distillery’s move further down the Mornington Peninsula to Dromana. This is a fresh, dry gin with plenty of citrus, bush and ocean flavours.
Ki No Bi Sei
KI NO BI “SEI”- is created using the same 11 botanicals, distilled in the same 6 flavour categories, as the classic KI NO BI recipe and is bottled at a higher 54.5% abv.
OuThe higher strength packs a more intense punch than the classic, and is ideal as a base for cocktails, especially the Gin & Tonic. This is a very special gin.
Killara Distillery Apothecary Gin
Kristy Booth Lark makes her gin using the fractional distillation method, where each botanical is distilled separately, and then blended together. The botanicals include: juniper, coriander, several different types of citrus and some Australian natives. Makes a lovely martini.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED
Terms and Conditions
Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is 8pm (AEST) on 11th December 2019
Winner will be drawn at random and notified via email within 24 hours