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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*Choose from Lawrenny, Jensens, Ambleside, Kalki Moon, Manly,  Anther, Remedy Gin, Imbue, Animus, Farmer’s Wife 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 11th December 2018


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