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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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,
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 midnight (AEST) on 10th December 2018