12 Australian Gin Pack
Serving suggestions and gin tasting notes

This pack includes the following gins:

Cedar Fox – Signature Gin

A tip of the hat to the old world. Wheat grain spirit, juniper aromas, savoury, peppery flavours and a sweet hint of citrus. Botanicals such as juniper berries, coriander seed, meyer lemon, Lebanese cucumber, Sichuan peppercorn, rosemary & lemon verbena.

Serving Suggestion

Delicious in a Gin & Tonic

West Winds – The Cutlass

An aromatic gin which combines juniper with Aussie elements, like cinnamon myrtle, lemon myrtle and bush tomato. Herbaceous from more fresh coriander root than citrus. Sweet umami notes from bush tomato. Almost cocoa and sun-dried tomato. The most awarded Australian gin. Lime flavours more than lemon so use in lime based cocktails. 

Serving Suggestion

Sip with ice or as a sublime G&T with lime. Try also as a Gimlet or Southside cocktails.

Adelaide Hills – 78deg Sunset

A complex and savoury Gin distilled from a grape base and vapour infused with 12 botanicals, selected specifically for their purity and quality. Pungently aromatic and displaying resinous, citrus and floral notes with underlying spice. 

Serving Suggestion

Try it as a simple gin and tonic. Alternatively, for the more adventurous out there, try it in a Lemon Aspen Collins.

Granddad Jacks – Two Pencils

Smooth, rich London Dry enhanced with citrus or sweet liqueurs; a real juniper-gin. To make a penny, Granddad Jack would go to the Timaru races and break a full pencil into two halves, sharpening each end and selling them for the same price as a full one. This was the first time he had made money.

Serving Suggestion

Served best in a classic Gin and Tonic with fresh cucumber and ice.


Never Never Distilling Co. – Triple Juniper Gin

Aromas of pine needle, brushed rosemary, lemon oil, earthy root and fragrant pepper. Strong in cocktails, especially negroni and martini serves. Plush and oily, juniper-heavy aromas combine with citrus, fresh sawn pine, coriander, faint anise and white pepper warmth. Follows through with a silky wave of juniper gelato, citrus peel and delicate pepper-cinnamon warmth. Leaner and more linear to finish; the spice and lime pick up where the juniper trails off. Excellent length.

Serving Suggestion

Try it in their Triple Juniper Gin & Tonic here


Loch Brewery & Distillery – Classic Dry

Juniper led, expressive, fragrant and soft on the finish. Mix as a G&T or Negroni, also enjoyable neat over ice with Lemon garnish. 12 Botanicals: juniper, cinnamon, cardamom, angelica, liquorice root, mace, cassia bark, coriander, nutmeg, oris root, orange & ginger.

Serving Suggestion

Mix as a G&T or Negroni, also enjoyable neat over ice with lemon garnish.


Boatrocker Brewers and Distillers – Jungle Gin

Jungle Gin delivers big punchy flavours. Inspired by SE Asia, this gin is distilled using the traditional one-shot method where the makrut lime leaves, lemongrass and ginger are distilled alongside the more traditional juniper, coriander, cassia & citrus peel. A gin of unrivalled aromatics and flavour. Enjoy as a G&T or in your favourite gin cocktails for a unique twist.

Serving Suggestion

JUNGLE GIN’S bright aromatics work wonderfully with a dry tonic garnished with a lime leaf, yet equally well in any citrus forward cocktail.


Lawrenny Estate Distilling – Highlands Gin

A refreshing and crisp gin. Blue cypress notes and the bright fruitiness of grapefruit, orange and buchu with mint notes lingering. The sweet earthiness of ginger, cubeb pepper and grains of paradise add a gentle bite while chamomile provides sweetness. A tribute to the spectacular region that locates Lawrenny Estate.

Serving Suggestions

Ideal in a Charlie Chaplin Cocktail. 


McHenrys – Federation Gin

William got a call from Canberra: create an Australian gin from the 30th year of new parliament house to show off the flavours of australia. The result: a marriage of native botanicals from all states and territories, batch distilled. Kakadu plum (NT), lemon myrtle (QLD), strawberry gum (NSW), mountain pepper leaf (ACT), cinnamon myrtle (VIC), celery top pine (TAS), wattle seed (SA) and quandong (WA). 

Serving Suggestion

Serve with tonic over ice, garnish with a sprig of native thyme.


Manly Spirits – Coastal Citrus

Summer on the coast; rock pools, sea spray and hints of shell fish. Inspired by the Aussie coast and its native pantry. Citrus notes from lemon aspen and Meyer lemon to give a citrus hit, offset by the savoury flavours from local sea parsley & fresh coriander leaf. All rounded out with classic juniper. 

Serving Suggestion

A gin which opens when added with tonic.


Distillery Botanica – Moore’s Roots & Leaves

Full of Asian spices, citrus and impeccably clean autumn earthiness. Rounded and balanced with a high quality bitters style aftertaste. Fragrant with spicy roots of ginger, angelica and galangal mixed with Macedonian juniper berries and a pot pourri of aromatic citrus leaves. 

Serving Suggestion

Superb for a memorable G&T and a martini.


Abel Gin Co. – Quintessence

Dark and brooding, rich and complex this gin has multiple layers to entice even the most jaded palate.

Serving Suggestions

It really is the perfect gin for a martini…dirty it up with a bit of citrus peel or take your negroni to the next level but you may just want to pour it over ice and curl up in front of the fire.


Australian Distilling Co. – Adelaide Gin

The beautiful richness of Kangaroo Island lavender gives Adelaide Gin a subtle and delicate lavender profile. While floral in nature, the flavour profile is built up with a traditional range of spices, including juniper, orris root, coriander and cardamom. The result is a truly unique spirit enhanced by the flavours of South Australia.

Serving Suggestions

Those who prefer to mix their gin should serve it with something that compliments the floral nature, such as a light tonic with a sliver of orange. As an alternative, Elderflower tonic makes a lovely pairing.


Happenstance, Fiesta Gin

A punch of juniper is cut by the vivid perfume of kaffir lime and soft chamomile. Star anise pairs with a tingle of chilli that resonates on the tongue and leaves a lingering warmth to accompany the juniper that dances there.

Serving Suggestions

Bright and summery, Fiesta Gin pairs with tonic or soda for a lively summer tipple.


Imbue, The Journey

Crisp, juicy apple is layered over woody juniper, finishing with a sweet spiciness from the native muntries—a prolific white flowering shrub with red/green berries. 

Serving Suggestions

Best enjoyed in any which way you like your gin—neat, as a G&T with a slice of apple, shaken or stirred!


Wandering, Odyssey

Odyssey Gin by Wandering Distillery. Featuring a beautiful balance of 9 botanicals including finger lime, lemon myrtle, hemp and rosemary.

Serving Suggestions

Odyssey is a versatile gin that can be savoured neat or with your favourite tonic selection.⁠


The West Winds – The Sabre Gin

An Aussie gin with a little London Dry style. A citrus collision combining native Australian botanicals, like the exotic lemon myrtle and wattleseed, to perfectly blend with Juniper. The Sabre is the perfect gin for explorers looking for a new world appreciation of finely crafted gin. 

Serving Suggestions

Perfect as a classic G&T with lemon or capsicum and cucumber.


The Abel Gin Co. – Quintessence of Native Tasmanian Gin

Dark and brooding, rich and complex this gin has multiple layers to entice even the most jaded palate.

Serving Suggestions

It really is the perfect gin for a martini…dirty it up with a bit of citrus peel or take your negroni to the next level but you may just want to pour it over ice and curl up in front of the fire.


Patient Wolf Distilling – Melbourne Dry Gin

Bright citrus of ruby grapefruit and fresh juniper are delicately balanced with subtle spice of aniseed myrtle, cubeb pepper, and tonka beans. Bold, complex and aromatic. A perfectly balanced gin.

Serving Suggestions

Bold, complex and aromatic. Melbourne Dry Gin will stand tall when you mix it. It makes an incredible G&T with ruby grapefruit. Or try a Negroni or Martini.


Forty Spotted – Rare Tasmanian Gin

Named after Tasmania’s rarest bird, the Forty-spotted Pardalote (Pardalotus quadragintus). This unique Gin made from traditional botanical’s which have been matched with a rare Tasmanian spice to create a gin that is refined and also elegant. Traditional botanical’s of juniper berry, coriander and lemon peel have been used to create a London Dry Style Gin then a very special addition to make this gin extra special. Forty Spotted is hand distilled in small copper pot stills meaning that extra care and attention goes into each and every bottle.

Serving Suggestions

Try it in a Ruby Spotted

45 ml Forty Spotted Gin
10 ml maraschino liqueur
30 ml tonic syrup
3 sprigs of burnt rosemary
3 wedges of ruby grapefruit caramelised with sugar
Shake and strain into a coupette
Garnish with a rosemary sprig


Cape Byron Distillery – Brookie’s Byron Dry Gin

Byron Dry Gin distilled with native botanicals foraged from the heart of our rainforest. Hand-crafted on our farm 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.

Serving Suggestions

Try this gin over ice and top with a premium tonic and garnish with a finger lime & aniseed myrtle leaf.


McHenry’s Distilling – Butterfly Gin

Handcrafted in Tasmania, McHenry Butterfly Gin features the Butterfly Pea Flower, a natural botanical which results in a spectacular transformation from deep Asiatic blue to an alluring pink with the addition of tonic water.

Serving Suggestions

Try this gin with Tonic.




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