Nine bottles of exceptional gin to choose from today! Which one do you have your eye on?
Anther Spirits Goddess gin
The Anther team took their original gin as a starting point for their Goddess (Navy Strength) gin and added extra botanicals including cubeb, saltbush, honey, maple syrup, damiana and sarsaparilla. Damiana is super bitterwhile Sarsaparilla has a soft vanilla anise flavour which compliments the juniper beautifully.
The cubeb pepper which is clean and the saltbush mellows the sweetness of the honey and maple.
The result is a bold overproof gin that has a soft mouthfeel that belies the ABV.
Farmer’s Wife Distillery Autumn Dry gin
Farmer’s Wife distillery is based on the Sepos’ family farm in Ellsworth, New South Wales. Distiller Kylie has incorporated a mix of traditional and native botanicals, including anise myrtle, lemon myrtle and native sage to create her gin.
Moontide Distillery White Pearl Gin
Trish and Andrew have used locally sourced fruits – Gubiny (Kakadu Plum) and White Berry Bush alongside juniper, coriander seeds, mango, tamarind, sandalwood, and lemon myrtle to create White Pearl.
You get the subtle aroma of mango on the nose alongside juniper. The palate bursts with rich fruit flavours with a hint of sweetness that is counterbalanced by bold spice and heat on the finish.
Tanglin Orchid Gin
Whole vanilla beans from Indonesia and Amchoor, an Indian spice, made from green unripe mango which is ground into powder and imparts a sharp citrus note are used to create this vibrant Asian gin. The only non Asian ingredient are the fresh oranges that come out of distiller Tim’s garden in the Yarra Valley.
I love it with Fever-Tree Mediterreanean and a slice of lemon, but it also goes well with Aromatic and Elderflower tonic water.
Little Juniper Distilling Signature gin
Using 21 organic botanicals, distiller Stuart Mackenzie has created a delightful contemporary gin. One of only two certified organic gins in Australia, Little Juniper Signature gin has a strong juniper backbone.
Natural sweetness from a mix of anise, fennel, liquorice root, and locally grown pink peppercorns are balanced with
ruby red grapefruit, kaffir lime, and lavender, which which give it a lively and fresh warm mouth feel.
Fabulous in a Gin Mule.
Earp Distilling Co. Portside Gin
Earp Distilling Portside gin features juniper, coriander, angelica root, wattle seed, orris root, chamomile and lemon myrtle. This robust gin carries the tradition of ‘gunpowder proof’ while maintaining an aromatic flavour profile and smooth mouthfeel.
Banks & Solander Signature gin
Banks and Solander Signature Gin is a combination of traditional and native Australian botanicals, inspired by the history of Botany Bay and the native plants catalogued by Banks and Solander. It is an aromatic citrus forward full-bodied gin that can be enjoyed straight with a bit of ice or mixed with your favourite ingredients to make fantastic cocktails.
Kilderkin Distillery Sunburnt Country gin
Featuring the best of Australian bush tucker this very special gin is bottled at 50.7(%), Australia’s highest temperature on record. The juniper, is restrained and lets the native botanicals shine through. There are hints of dried plum, limey zest and a unique toasted character along with strawberry and lemon notes.
Prohibition Liquor Co. Christmas gin
Prohibition Christmas Gin is crafted from a perfect blend of Australian dry gin with with macerated cherries, figs, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and gentle star anise, with some extra botanicals to add softness and spice.
Reminiscent of Christmas pudding, it’s great neat over ice, or in your favourite Christmas Cocktail.
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Terms and Conditions
• Entrants must be over 18
• Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
• One entry per applicant – duplicates will be removed.
• Closing date is 8pm (AEST) on 9 December 2021
• Winner will be drawn at random and notified via email within 24 hours