Gin

Gin (7)

  • Bombay

    $49.99
    Bombay Sapphire is a brand of gin distributed by Bacardi, launched in 1987, having been named via a competitive process whereby a number of leading Madison Avenue agencies were played off against each other. The name hints at the origins of the gin’s popularity in the India of the days of the British Raj and the sapphire in question is the Star of Bombay on display at the Smithsonian Institution Bombay Sapphire is marketed in a flat-sided, sapphire-coloured bottle that bears a likeness of Queen Victoria on the label.
  • Brookies Gin

    $69.99
    Byron Dry Gin distilled with native botanicals (Byron Sunrise Finger Limes, Aniseed Myrtle, Cinnamon Myrtle, Macadamia, Native River Mint, Native Raspberry) foraged from the heart of the rain forest. Hand-crafted in the hinterland of Byron Bay. Brookie’s Dry Gin is a beautifully balanced combination of the finest regional botanicals in a truly classic gin.
  • Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz

    $87.99
    Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin is the brain child of Four Pillar’s Master Distiller. He figured since Four Pilllars is based in the wine growing region of the Yarra Valley – why not combine Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin with some of the best shiraz grapes in Australia? Just before Easter 2016, Four Pillars sourced some beautiful Yarra Valley Shiraz grapes and then steeped them in high proof Rare Dry Gin for a couple of months.
  • Four Pillars Gin

    $72.99
    Based on a strong belief people should drink better, not more, Four Pillars is leading the charge to elevate the craft of distilling and celebrate the craft of cocktail making in Australia. Their Rare Dry Gin is made in a truly modern Australian style, capturing the flavours of both Asia and the Mediterranean with a mix of local and exotic botanicals (even using fresh oranges as one of its botanicals rather than dried orange peel). Each bottle is individually numbered, hand labelled and produced in small batches from their small distillery in the Yarra Valley.
  • Melbourne Gin Company Gin

    $64.99
    Melbourne Gin Company Dry Gin shows a lovely combination of earthy spices dominated by cinnamon and sandalwood giving bold voice to the fresh backbone of lemon myrtle, grapefruit and orange zest. Rosemary and juniper show the classic gin flavours with a creamy palate and a smooth lingering finish.
  • Poor Tom’s Sydney Dry Gin

    $61.99
    The original. Our Sydney Dry Gin is unlike any other. We steep 10 botanicals in Australian wheat spirit, which is then distilled in our little German copper still. You'll notice a classic juniper backbone complimented by fresh green apple, native strawberry gum leaf, and chamomile. It is an easy drinking gin - delicate, fresh, and floral. Perfect in a strong G&T, a gin and soda, or a dry martini. For more delicious results, serve with a strawberry.
  • Tanqueray

    $49.99
    Tanqueray Gin was initially distilled in 1830 by Charles Tanqueray in the Bloomsbury district of London. When Charles died in 1868 his son Charles Waugh Tanqueray inherited the distillery, which operated until it was severely damaged in World War II. Only one of the facilities survived the Axis bombing. The remaining one, now known as “Old Tom”, has since been moved to Cameron Bridge, Scotland.