The Ninth Day of Gin-Mas and we have another spectacular array of gins to win, thanks to some very generous distillers!
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.
McHenry Christmas Gin
William McHenry has created his Christmas gin by combining rare Frankincense, Myrrh and ‘Gold’. This is an incredibly aromatic gin, well suited to the festive season.
One of the loveliest labels on an Australian gin! Tim and Mei Lin’s gin is citrus forward and has traditional botanicals such as juniper and coriander balanced with Australian natives – lemon myrtle and strawberry gum
Bass & Flinders Distillery Orient Gin
Inspired by distiller Holly’s family heritage, Bass & Flinders Orient gin is made with mandarin, Sichuan pepper, kaffir lime, jujubes, wattle seed, and strawberry gum. For those who like their gins with a hint of spice.
Two Accents Gin
Laurie and Adam, one an Aussie, the other a Brit – hence the Two Accents have set up base in McLaren Vale. They say themselves ‘no flashy or trendy ingredients’ are in this gin. It’s a classic, traditional gin that makes a solid gin and tonic.
Animus Distillery Ambrosian Gin
Animus Ambrosian is a gin rich with Australian and South East Asian influences. It has flavours of mandarin, kaffir lime and white sesame, along with fresh tumeric, galangal and ginger.
Killara Distillery Apothecary Gin
Kristy Booth Lark was one of the first female gin distillers in Australia. She 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.
Hernö Old Tom Gin
Hernö gins have won so many accolades it’s impossible to list them all.
For the uninitiated, Old Tom gin is the sweeter style that we used to drink before London Dry came into fashion. Hernö’s beautiful version is made by increasing the amount of meadowsweet used in the recipe and then having a small amount of sugar is added. All of their gins are organic.
Taylor and Smith Distilling Gin
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.
THIS COMPETITION HAS 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 9 December 2019
Winner will be drawn at random and notified via email within 24 hours