Lilly Pilly Pink Gin was inspired by the native Australian Lilly Pilly berries and rambling pink flowers found tucked in the sand dunes of the Northern Beaches.
Lilly Pilly is a type of Riberry, which is a popular berry that grows on hedges around NSW, and brings a tart, cranberry like flavour to our Lilly Pilly Pink Gin.
If you’ve ever wandered around the dunes by our beautiful Australian beaches, you’ll know these beautiful, bright purple flowers well. They can be found scattered amongst the karkalla succulents that grow on coastal dunes. Sea fig flowers taste a little bit like salty strawberries, and give a very subtle sweet, salty taste to our Lilly Pilly Pink Gin.
Blood orange pairs beautifully with the raspberry and finger lime in our Lilly Pilly Pink Gin, as it brings slight citrus and berry characteristic.
We infuse raspberries in our Lilly Pilly Pink Gin for 18 hours giving it that naturally gorgeous pink hue and a slight berry sweetness.
Rosella flowers have a tart flavour with a raspberry and rhubarb quality.
We use nasturtium flowers in our Lilly Pilly Pink Gin to add slight sweet and peppery notes.
We use a few types of unique native limes in our Lilly Pilly Pink Gin, including Desert Lime, Rainforest Lime and Finger Lime. Desert lime has a distinctive sharp lime flavour, and rainforest lime have
Angelica root is one of the traditional gin botanicals, and has a slightly bitter, herbal and earthy flavour.
Coriander seeds bring a beautiful lemony citrus flavour to our traditional gin botanical base.
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.
Other Info About Lilly Pilly Pink Gin (200ml)
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