Eleventh Day of Gin-Mas

The penultimate day (sad face) of the 12 Days of Gin-Mas, which gin will you choose? The Eleventh Day of Gin-Mas is here!

Jensens gin

This is a delicate, smooth and pure London distilled dry gin, made only with the botanicals that were utilised in London during the early to mid-20th century. Less juniper-centric than many contemporary gins, Jensens gin showcases a range of classic, savoury and aromatic gin botanicals like orris, liquorice root, angelica seed and acacia.

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Imbue Distillery Suburban Gin

Founders of Imbue Distillery, Mel and Mick Sheard share 30 years experience in Melbourne’s food industry from retail to wholesale, bakeries, catering & hatted restaurants.

Now they’ve turned their attention to gin, enjoying pushing the boundaries on flavour. Suburban gin is made using botanicals from the suburb where they live and includes blackberry, fennel, dandelion and prickly pear.

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Red Hen Gin

The three Vallelonga brothers and their best mate Luke, set up Red Hen Distilling in 2016 and won the Champion Small Batch Gin Award at the Australian Distilled Spirits Award within a month.

Native muntrie berries, local citrus and peppercorn give this gin a bright, vibrant flavour.

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Manly Coastal Citrus

Plenty of citrus in this gin to boost your gin and tonic, including lemon aspen, sea parsley, lemon myrtle, fresh coriander leaf, and meyer lemon.

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Seppeltsfield Road Distillers House gin

A modern gin with layers of fresh citrus. Features chamomile,locally grown lavender and cornflower.

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Farmer’s Wife Autumn Dry gin

Kylie Sepos is the brains behind this gin. The distillery is based on the family farm in Ellsworth, New South Wales and Kylie has incorporated a mix of traditional and native botanicals, including anise myrtle, lemon myrtle and native sage to create her gin.

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Reed & Co. Distilling Remedy gin

Created by two chefs, Hamish and Rachel, Remedy gin is all about flavour. Wild & native botanicals result in a distinctively Australian Gin. Pronounced Juniper, eucalyptus, pine and followed by a rounded finish of green tea, shiso & honey.

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Lawrenny Distilling Van Diemen’s gin

Using botanicals grown within Lawrenny’s own orchard, including strawberries,almonds, and  lime flowers. The fruity notes and fresh herbal fragrances combine leaving you with a lingering finish.

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Anther gin

Created by husband and wife team, Derv and Sebastian in the heart of Melbourne (their distillery is at Craft & Co.), Anther gin was crowned Champion Small gin at this year’s Australian Distilled Spirits Awards.

It’s a traditional London dry style gin, with juniper at the fore, complemented by Australian native botanicals.

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Kalki Moon Classic Gin

Kalki Moom Classic is a traditional London dry style gin with juniper, coriander, angelica root, cardamom and lemon myrtle.

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Animus Ambrosian Gin

Utilising the bold flavours of mandarin, kaffir lime and white sesame, along with fresh tumeric, galangal and ginger, Animus Ambrosian is a bold gin rich with both Australian and South East Asian influences.

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WIN ONE OF ELEVEN BOTTLES OF GIN!*

*Choose from Lawrenny, Jensens, Ambleside, Kalki Moon, Manly,  Anther, Remedy Gin, Imbue, Animus, Farmer’s Wife or Red Hen on your entry form

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Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 11th December 2018

Tenth Day of Gin-Mas

Ten gin bottles, waiting to be won, ten gin bottles waiting to be won. The Tenth Day of Gin-Mas is here! How are you going to choose just one?

Death’s Door gin

Death’s Door Gin has a surprisingly simple botanical mix of juniper berries, coriander and fennel. They use their vodka as the base spirit which includes hard red winter wheat, corn and malted barley and employ a vapor extraction process to create a London Dry style gin.

Proving that sometimes less is more on the botanical front, Death’s Door is an excellent gin, however you choose to drink it.

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Kalki Moon Premium gin

Founded by former Bundaberg Rum Master Distiller Rick Prosser, Kalki Moon offers a range of gin, vodka and liqueurs. Their premium gin is a London Dry style and was awarded Gold at the prestigious Australian Distilled Spirits Awards 2018 and Silver at the International Wine & Spirits Competition.

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Red Hen Gin

The three Vallelonga brothers and their best mate Luke, set up Red Hen Distilling in 2016 and won the Champion Small Batch Gin Award at the Australian Distilled Spirits Award within a month.

Native muntrie berries, local citrus and peppercorn give this gin a bright, vibrant flavour.

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Poor Toms Sydney Dry gin

School fiends Jesse and Griff, one an accountant, the other an actor, stepped into the world of gin distilling as a way of escaping their current jobs. The pair’s first gin, Sydney Dry is a spectacular effort made using freshly pressed granny smith apples, chamomile flowers and strawberry gum leaf. If you love light floral numbers, this is the one for you. Their cheeky label raises a smile too!

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Seppeltsfield Road Distillers Barossa Dry gin

Head Distiller, Nicole Durdin hit upon the idea of making gin while seconded to the UK with her husband Jon’s job. Unable to work due to visa restrictions, she spent her time wisely researching the emerging gin boom there. When they returned to Australian, planning  began for the own distillery.

Set in the heart of the Barossa, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers is a spectacular distillery and cellar door. Nicole makes three different gins (keep your eyes peeled for the others appearing in the 12 Days of Gin-Mas) and Barossa Dry is their classic dry-style gin with clean juniper and coriander notes, and hints of pink peppercorns harvested from the Western Ridge of the Barossa Valley.

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Deep South Distillery Cape Dry gin

Deep South Distillery is on the most southerly point of the Cape Peninsula in South Africa. It only opened a year ago, but is already gaining a strong reputation. Cape Dry is a classic juniper forward gin, enhanced with selected Cape botanicals.

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Tiny Bear Distillery ‘The Gyspy’ gin

Damien and Manda have created ‘The Gypsy’ to appeal those of us who like our gins spicy. It’s made with six different peppers, cardomon, cumin, clove, lemon, lime and cucumber.

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Lawrenny Distilling Van Diemen’s gin

Van Diemen’s Gin is infused with a blend of traditional and progressive botanicals cut to strength using the pure waters of the River Derwent. It is wonderfully balanced combination of bold juniper, refined herbal notes and fresh citrus.

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Animus Distillery Macedon dry gin

This gin pays homage the classic style gins, but has  a unique twist and  intensity provided by the use of Australian native lemon myrtle and mountain pepper berry. At 50% ABV it stands up well in a G&T!

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McHenry Distillery Christmas gin

This special, limited edition Christmas gin is made with Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh and is guaranteed to get you in the festive mood,

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Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 10th December 2018

Ninth Day of Gin-Mas

The Ninth Day of Gin-Mas is here!

Hernö Old Tom gin

Hernö gin, from Sweden is one of the World’s most awarded gin, winning the World Gin Awards ‘Best Gin’ in 2017 and 2018. Hernö gins are made using a Carl still and alongside plenty of juniper they use organic locally foraged botanicals and then cut the gin with some of the purest water in the world.

Their Old Tom gin is a sweet style gin and is one of the best examples of this style . It’s great in a Gin old-fashioned, or a Martinez cocktail.

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Imbue Distillery Suburban Gin

Founders of Imbue Distillery, Mel and Mick Sheard share 30 years experience in Melbourne’s food industry from retail to wholesale, bakeries, catering & hatted restaurants.

Now they’ve turned their attention to gin, enjoying pushing the boundaries on flavour. Suburban gin is made using botanicals from the suburb where they live and includes blackberry, fennel, dandelion and prickly pear.

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Red Hen Gin

The three Vallelonga brothers and their best mate Luke, set up Red Hen Distilling in 2016 and won the Champion Small Batch Gin Award at the Australian Distilled Spirits Award within a month.

Native muntrie berries, local citrus and peppercorn give this gin a bright, vibrant flavour.

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Manly Spirits Barrel-Aged gin

This very limited release is described by Manly Spirits as a cross between whisky and gin. They’ve taken their original Australian Dry gin and rested it in two different barrels, and ex-bourbon barrel from Kentucky and a Tasmanian single-malt cask. A must for those who like ‘sipping’ gins.

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Killara Triple Juniper Apothecary gin

Triple Juniper Apothecary Gin has the same ten botanicals as the Original Apothecary Gin but with three times the amount of juniper! As you’d expect it has a big juniper kick at the front that lingers.

For those that love their gins with extra juniper.

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Ambleside Distillers Big Dry Gin

Big Dry Gin is Matt’s creation. As the name suggested, it’s Big, dry and peppery but not too spicy. What sets this gin apart is the jalapeño used to lift the other botanicals. With notes of rosemary and thyme,t he intense and robust flavours complement the dry taste of the juniper berries and make a delightful martini. A favourite at GQHQ.

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Reed & Co. Distilling Remedy gin

Created by two chefs, Hamish and Rachel, Remedy gin is all about flavour. Wild & native botanicals result in a distinctively Australian Gin. Pronounced Juniper, eucalyptus, pine and followed by a rounded finish of green tea, shiso & honey.

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Lawrenny Distilling Settler’s 1818 gin

This is a Navy Strength gin, and features rosemary grown on the Lawrenny estate, alongside juniper, pimento berry, cassia and brown cardamom which gives it a mild smokiness.

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Anther gin

Created by husband and wife team, Derv and Sebastian in the heart of Melbourne (their distillery is at Craft & Co.), Anther gin was crowned Champion Small gin at this year’s Australian Distilled Spirits Awards.

It’s a traditional London dry style gin, with juniper at the fore, complemented by Australian native botanicals.

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Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 9th December 2018

Eighth Day of Gin-Mas

The Eighth Day of Gin-Mas is here!

Fords Gin

Fords gin is a collaboration between Master distiller, Charles Maxwell and industry stalwart Simon Ford. The idea was to create a balanced juniper-forward gin that could work in any gin cocktail.

Fords has a traditional base of juniper and coriander balanced by citrus, florals and spices. The botanicals are steeped for 15 hours before distillation which delivers an aromatic, fresh and floral spirit with elegant notes of jasmine and grapefruit.

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Brogan’s Way Evening Light gin

Brogan’s Way Distillery opened a couple of month’s ago and I am really impressed with distiller Brogan Carr’s work. She’s one of the few distillers in Australia to have completed the prestigious Heriot-Watt University MSc. in Brewing and Distilling, and making the three different Brogan’s Way gins was part of her thesis.

Evening Light gin is their fresh and fruity, easy drinking gin. Unique botanicals such as fresh mangos, fresh raspberries and organic white grapefruit juice form a fruity and unconventional backbone, complimented with sweet piney juniper and warm cassia.

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Red Hen Gin

The three Vallelonga brothers and their best mate Luke, set up Red Hen Distilling in 2016 and won the Champion Small Batch Gin Award at the Australian Distilled Spirits Award within a month.

Native muntrie berries, local citrus and peppercorn give this gin a bright, vibrant flavour.

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Kilderkin Distillery Original Larrikin gin

Scott and Chris, two friends with with a lifelong interest in distilling and brewing, set out to fulfill their ambition to open a distillery. Kilderkin Distillery opened in 2016, just outside Ballarat, a city with a long history to Australian distilling.

Original Larrikin is their Australian style gin. It has lemon myrtle, with hints of spice and warmth from native botanicals. A really well-balanced gin, with incredibly smooth mouthfeel.

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Tiny Bear Distillery, The Doctor gin

Damien and Manda decided against buying their first home to put their money towards the dream of owning their own distillery in Knox, Victoria. Here they make their own base spirit using kale!

The Doctor gin is an intriguing blend of dill, basil, Vietnamese mint, sage, liquorice root, cinnamon, and hibiscus.

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Animus Arboretum Gin

Four gin-loving friends set up Animus Distillery in their home before establishing themselves in Kyneton, just outside Melbourne. Arboretum, one of their three award-winning gins, is complex and herbaceous, utilising a range of local estate-grown ingredients: Fresh strawberry gum leaf, lemon thyme, rosemary, oranges and native bush tomato. This one is for the martini-lovers.

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Reed & Co. Distilling Remedy gin

Created by two chefs, Hamish and Rachel, Remedy gin is all about flavour. Wild & native botanicals result in a distinctively Australian Gin. Pronounced Juniper, eucalyptus, pine and followed by a rounded finish of green tea, shiso & honey.

Follow Reed & Co. Distilling on Facebook and Instagram.

Lawrenny Distilling Van Diemen’s gin

Van Diemen’s Gin is infused with a blend of traditional and progressive botanicals cut to strength using the pure waters of the River Derwent. It is wonderfully balanced combination of bold juniper, refined herbal notes and fresh citrus.

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Terms and Conditions

Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 8th December 2018

The Seventh Day of Gin-Mas

7 chances to win some tasty gin on the Seventh Day of Gin-Mas

Manly Spirits Australian Dry Gin

Manly Spirits Australian Dry gin uses a blend of traditional gin botanicals plus aniseed myrtle, finger lime, mountain pepper leaf, and sustainably-foraged sea lettuce, giving it a tasty umami finish. It makes an amazing martini!

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Loch Distillery Gin

This was Loch’s first gin and is a London Dry style. Craig grinds the gin botanicals by hand in a pestle and mortar to extract the most flavour, then distills using a traditional alembic pot still.  It’s perfect for most gin cocktails.

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Red Hen

The three Vallelonga brothers and their best mate Luke, set up Red Hen in 2016 and won the Champion Small BatchGin Award at the Australian Distilled Spirits Award within a month.

Native muntrie berries, local citrus and peppercorn give this gin a bright, vibrant flavour.

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Killara Distillery Apothecary Gin

Australia’s first second generation distiller, Kristy Booth-Lark has been learning along side her parents Bill and Lynn, since she was 17. Now she’s set out on her own, creating gin, vodka and whisky.

Kristy distills each botanical separately before blending them together, giving her greater control over the flavour.

Kristy is also the President of the Australian Women in Distilling Association, an organisation she set up to encourage and support women in the industry.

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Anther gin

Created by husband and wife team, Derv and Sebastian in the heart of Melbourne (their distillery is at Craft & Co.), Anther gin was crowned Champion Small gin at this year’s Australian Distilled Spirits Awards.

It’s a traditional London dry style gin, with juniper at the fore, complemented by Australian native botanicals.

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McHenry Christmas gin

William McHenry set out to make whisky (which he has done very successfully), but has done an amazing job producing some incredible gins.

This special, limited edition Christmas gin is made with Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh and is guaranteed to get you in the festive spirit (pun completely intended!)

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Archie Rose Distiller’s Cut gin

Archie Rose’s overproof gin is packed with sixteen individually distilled botanicals, including fresh pears from Orange in NSW, rose petals, elderflower, pronounced juniper and distilled honey direct from local beehives.

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Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 7th December 2018

The Sixth Day of Gin-Mas

No, you aren’t seeing double! The team at Adelaide Hills distillery wanted to give 6 lucky people the chance to try their gin for the sixth day of Gin-Mas!

Adelaide Hills Distillery

Sacha LaForgia has an exciting weekend ahead of him as he opens LOT.100 (pictured above), the new home of Adelaide Hills Distillery that he’ll share with a cider maker, a wine-maker and a restaurant. It’s a huge leap from where he began almost 4 years ago creating his first gin, 78 degrees on a tiny still that he built himself.

Since then Sacha has worked alongside Something Wild to create Green Ant gin, a tasty citrus forward gin made using actual Green Ants. A percentage of profits from the sale of this gin go back to the indigenous community where the ants are foraged.

Sunset gin is the latest release. Don’t let the pink hue fool you, it’s not a sweet gin! It is a divine fruit number with a superb dry finish.

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Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 6th December 2018

The Fifth Day of Gin-Mas

Not 5 gold rings, but 5 Australian gins up for grabs for the Fifth Day of Gin-Mas!

Manly Spirits Australian Dry Gin

Manly Spirits Australian Dry gin uses a blend of traditional gin botanicals plus aniseed myrtle, finger lime, mountain pepper leaf, and sustainably-foraged sea lettuce, giving it a tasty umami finish. It makes an amazing martini!

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Loch Distillery ‘The Weaver’

Following on from the success of their traditional gin. Craig from Loch wanted to create a bolder, native Australian gin. They describe it as “a big Gin”,and at 50% ABV it certainly is, but they’ve achieved a subtle, nuanced gin with great flavour.

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Lawrenny ‘1818 Settlers’ Gin

Lawrenny’s 1818 Settlers gin is made by one of Australia’s most experienced distillers, Joe Dinsmoor who not only worked under Bill Lark at Lark Distillery, but was also Head Distiller at Archie Rose distillery when it first opened.

This is a Navy Strength gin, and features rosemary grown on the Lawrenny estate, alongside juniper, pimento berry, cassia and brown cardamom which gives it a mild smokiness.

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Big Tree Distillery Elegant Gin

Catherine and Gary from Big Tree Distillery are one of the newest kids on the block, setting up their gin distillery on their farm, a stone’s throw from Hanging Rock.

Elegant Dry is their traditional London Dry style gin, made with plenty of juniper and coriander, it’s the G&T lovers gin.

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Ambleside Distillers No.8 Botanical gin

Matt, Trudy and Steve, the family behind Ambleside Distillers, each created a gin, in their preferred style. No. 8 Botanical gin is Trudy’s expression, and to her delight is the best seller at their cellar door! It’s a citrus forward gin, making the most of  local Riverland oranges!

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Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 5th December 2018

The Fourth Day of Gin-Mas

Win one of four gins from Four Pillars!

Four Pillars

The Aussie gin brand that made the world stand up and take notice of Australian gins. How did we ever live before Bloody Shiraz or Christmas gins, or even Christmas puddings AND gin!

This year saw the release of a special collaboration with Hernö , more Shiraz gin and a spanking new release of their Christmas gin, with possibly my favourite label yet!

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Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 4th December 2018

The Third Day of Gin-Mas

Win one of three Never Never Distilling Company gins!

Never Never Distilling Co

Never Never Distilling Co., burst onto the Australian market just over a year ago, with their Triple Juniper gin. In no time they’ve picked up a slew of awards, including coming 7th in Drinks International’s list of Global Trending gins brands, something that hasn’t been achieved by any other Australian gin.

They’ve continued to turn heads with their boozier Southern Strength and in 2017 unveiled the Juniper Freak at Junipalooza Melbourne. I can remember at the time the team thinking they were taking a gamble with such a bold juniper expression, but they need not have worried, selling out long before the end of the show. Juniper Freak is now a seasonal feature of their range and has once again sold out in 2018.

Fortunately for you, they stashed a bottle away for the 12 Days of Gin-Mas!

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Terms and Conditions

Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 3rd December 2018
Winner will be drawn at random and notified via email within 24 hours

Twelfth Day of Gin-Mas

The Twelfth Day of Gin-Mas is here and what a group of gins to finish with. Which is your favourite?

Great Ocean Road ‘Guvvos’ Gin

Releases in 2018, Guvvos gin  is a modern take on a classic dry style – it’s citrus forward, with a hint of salt.

There are 24 botanicals, 9 of these local – coast daisy, ruby salt bush, coast salt bush, hop wattle, pigface, kelp, two indigenous eucalypts, and even local surfcoast honey produced in Torquay.

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Imbue Distillery Suburban Gin

Founders of Imbue Distillery, Mel and Mick Sheard share 30 years experience in Melbourne’s food industry from retail to wholesale, bakeries, catering & hatted restaurants.

Now they’ve turned their attention to gin, enjoying pushing the boundaries on flavour. Suburban gin is made using botanicals from the suburb where they live and includes blackberry, fennel, dandelion and prickly pear.

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Red Hen Gin

The three Vallelonga brothers and their best mate Luke, set up Red Hen Distilling in 2016 and won the Champion Small Batch Gin Award at the Australian Distilled Spirits Award within a month.

Native muntrie berries, local citrus and peppercorn give this gin a bright, vibrant flavour.

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Seppeltsfield Road Distillers Savoury Allsorts gin

This gin is distinctly savoury with upfront star anise characters fused with thyme, marjoram, borage, and gentian, giving wonderfully fresh, herbaceous flavours.

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Farmer’s Wife Autumn Dry gin

Kylie Sepos is the brains behind this gin. The distillery is based on the family farm in Ellsworth, New South Wales and Kylie has incorporated a mix of traditional and native botanicals, including anise myrtle, lemon myrtle and native sage to create her gin.

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McHenry Christmas gin

Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh encapsulated in gin. Could this be any more festive?

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Lawrenny Distilling Settler’s 1818 gin

Lawrenny  Settlers 1818 Gin embodied the strength and character of those who came to colonise the Lawrenny land area. Bold  juniper  comes  through  both  on  the  nose  and the  palate, as herbal notes  from the  property’s own rosemary intertwine with the freshness of caraway. All bolstered  by the warming  spice  of pimento  berry and cassia  bark.

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Ambleside Small Acre gin

This is Steve’s creation and is made with twelve botanicals, some from our own distillery garden (the small acre), make up this punchy gin. It’s quirky ingredients of rhubarb, bay leaf, apple and cloves give a savoury zing on the palette.

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Brogan’s Way Everyday Salvation gin

Brogan’s Way Everyday Salvation Gin is our Australian twist on the classic dry gin. Packed with botanicals it is juniper forward with the crispness of fresh organic white grapefruit peel balanced against Australian cinnamon myrtle and native pepper berries.

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Animus Davidsonia Gin

Davidsonia Gin is Animus Distillery’s riff on a traditional English sloe gin, with a distinctly Australian intensity and character.  Australian Davidsonia Pruriens, a tropical sour plum from the temperate regions of northern New South Wales and Queensland, is steeped slowly in their Macedon Dry Gin over many months. It has a distinctive palate of sour plum, raspberry and feijoa rounded out by with the juniper, citrus and classic spice.

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Dodd’s Gin

Dodd’s Gin is named after Ralph Dodd, who back in 1807 had planned to build a distillery in London for the creation of British spirits. Ralph’s dream sadly crumbled however, much like a number of bridges and tunnels he designed.

The gin itself is made exclusively with organic botanicals, including juniper, angelica, fresh lime peel, cardamom, red raspberry leaf, bay laurel, and honey from The London Honey Company.

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Tiny Bear Distillery ‘The Sailor’ gin

Called ‘the sailor’ as a nod to the British Royal Navy’s penchant for boozy gin, this is Tiny Bear’s Navy Strength gin, made with oranges and cardamom alongside juniper and coriander.

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WIN ONE OF TWELVE BOTTLES OF GIN!*

*Choose from Lawrenny, McHenry, Ambleside, Tiny Bear Distillery, Dodds,  Animus, Guvvos, Imbue, Brogan’s Way, Farmer’s Wife, Animus or Red Hen on your entry form

Terms and Conditions

Entrants must be over 18
Open to UK, Australian and NZ residents only
One entry per applicant
Closing date is midnight (AEST) on 12th December 2018