This gin has been ‘aged’ in small American Oak barrels, that once held bourbon and then Tasmanian whisky. We say ‘aged’ because the gin is only there for a few weeks, sufficient to provide oaky nuances and soften the juniper to let some of the other botanicals come through more clearly. We age our gin in small batches so, although similar in profile, each batch has unique characteristics.
For this limited release gin we steeped some rich juicy blackberries specially cultivated in the Yarra Valley in our SCOUNDREL, leaving them there for approximately three months. The result is an easy drinking gin that brings some natural sweetness to the palate accompanied by hints of blackberry flavour.
A navy strength gin, produced with plenty of flavour extracted from our quality botanicals, including an extra ration of juniper and added limes. A well balanced classic gin. The extra strength means this is the ideal base for cocktails where only smooth and strong gin will ensure your ambitions are not scuttled.
Our popular cherry gin is back, this time with a mix of Morello and sweet cherries from the Red Hill Cherry Farm steeped on our Scoundrel gin for more than three months. The appealing deep red hue accompanies an easy drinking gin that brings natural sweetness to the palate accompanied by notes of cherry.
Highlights of lemon myrtle, with hints of spice and warmth from native botanicals. Well complemented by the essential gin botanicals juniper and coriander. A really well balanced gin, with incredibly smooth mouthfeel, and amazing drinkability. Great on its own and also lends to the creation of new mixed drinks.
Notes of juniper and coriander, balanced with intrigue from the grains of paradise, cinnamon verum, green and brown cardamom and other botanicals along with accents of fresh citrus. A well balanced classic gin, distilled to the highest standards. smooth with great length and a superb mixer.
Featuring the best of Australian bush tucker this very special gin is bottled at 50.7(%), Australia’s highest temperature on record. The juniper, although present is restrained and lets the native botanicals shine through. There are hints of dried plum, limey zest and a unique roasty character along with strawberry and lemon notes.