Rock pools, sea spray & summer time on the coast captured in a 'fresh' contemporary gin.
Meyer Lemons are a little smaller and sweeter than normal lemons, and slightly less tang.
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.
Sea parsley can be found growing around the sea cliffs by the beach, particularly around Whale Beach (if you're on the Northern Beaches of Sydney). As you can imagine, sea parsley has a slight saltiness to its flavour profile from the sea spray and incoming tides, combined with a fresh continental parsley character.
Lemon aspen can be found in tropical climates like Queensland, and has a tart lemon and grapefruit flavour profile, yet a little earthy.
Lemon myrtle has a fresh aroma of citrus and a delicate menthol and eucalyptus essence, with a sweet and refreshing lemon flavour.
FRESH CORIANDER LEAF
Fresh coriander leaf pairs nicely with the Sea Parsley in our Coastal Citrus Gin to give it an extra refreshing, lime-like flavour.
Visit our distillery to see how its made
Gin Distillery Tour & Tasting
Sat 2pm & 5pm, Sun 12pm
Every 2nd Friday
Gin School - Make your own Gin
Sat 12pm & 4pm, Sun 2pm