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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
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 5th December 2018