The first of our range of world class gins, the Australian Dry Gin was designed to capture the diversity of marine & Australian natives found around Manly's famed beach.
Sea Lettuce is a algae that grows on the rock shelves, which makes it an incredibly dangerous botanical to forage (our team have the scars to prove it!). We only collect what we need, and a little bit goes a long way as its important to balance the beautiful umami, oceanic character that sea lettuce brings to our spirits.
A sub-tropical Australian native tree traditionally found in the rainforests of Northern NSW. Slightly sweet liquorice profile on the front palate, which builds and lingers on the back palate to a refreshing, earthy menthol profile similar to star anise.
Orange peel is one of the real heroes in our Australian Dry Gin, bringing a bright & fresh citrus characteristic balanced with the marine, juniper and peppery notes.
MOUNTAIN PEPPER LEAF
We use the leaf of the Mountain Pepper plant, harvested from Tasmania, which adds a mild chilli and peppery character to our gin.
Angelica root is one of the traditional gin botanicals, and has a slightly bitter, herbal and earthy flavour.
If you've ever tried juniper berries, it's likely that you instantly thought of gin. Juniper is what makes a gin, a gin. It's the strong piney notes that really shine when distilled, giving gin that beautifully unique 'gin' characteristic.
Green cardamom seeds bring a slightly sweet pine character to our traditional gin botanical base.
Wattleseed brings a distinct nutty, coffee, and roasted character to our spirits, emulating the Australian bush's uniqueness.
Coriander seeds bring a beautiful lemony citrus flavour to our traditional gin botanical base.
Orris root has an earthy yet floral flavour profile, and when distilled, it is used to bind and enhance the flavours of other botanicals.
Finger Lime is a rainforest fruit grown in the hinterland of the northern rivers of NSW & QLD. The lime crystals are packed with a highly concentrated lime flavour that explodes in your mouth.
Other Info About Australian Dry Gin
What's the process behind making Australian Dry Gin?
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