Sensational South Australian Gin Pack
Serving suggestions and gin tasting notes

The pack includes the following four gins.

Adelaide Hills Distillery – 78-degree Sunset Gin.

This gin exhibits notes of fresh red berries, with subtle hints of pine and eucalyptus. Further botanical integration adds depth and complexity, to give the finish great balance and intensity, just like a sunset in some of the remote locations where they are harvested.

Serving Suggestion

Enjoy neat over ice, in a Negroni or try it in the distillery’s Sunset Gin Sour found here

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

Kangaroo Island Spirits – O’Gin

This gin highlights juniper, coriander and angelica root in a contemporary London style. Key to its character is the subtle infusion of Kangaroo Island coastal daisy Olearia axillaris. Sometimes known as wild rosemary. Its the perfect compliment to enhance this gin’s lively structure. Savoury and dry with a burst of orange. The scent recalls beach dunes on a hot summers day.

Serving Suggestion

Mix as a G&T or Negroni.

Settlers Gin – Corriander Leaf Gin.

If you love coriander leaf, you’ll just love this gin. Think seafood, Asian food and Vietnamese food – a perfect match. 

Serving Suggestion

For a savoury finish, garnish it with a slice of lime with freshly cracked black pepper.


36 Short – Blood Orange Gin

36 Short Gin is flavoured with subtle aromatics of sweet herbaceousness, a spicy citrus lift with a hint of fresh pine and resinous notes. The Gin is gentle and rounded on the palette as a result of distilling grape spirit in a cooper pot still and vapour infusing the botanicals. They use blood orange peel, cardamom, cinnamon, lemon, orange, juniper berry and coriander. All of these are nicely balanced, with naturally the citrus dominant but with the spices bringing up the rear and making for a clean dry finish, with some natural sweetness.

Serving Suggestion

This style of Gin is destined for easy drinking on ice with slices of blood orange and / or fresh mint, or rosemary, for a garnish. Or add some quality tonic to lengthen the sipping.


Amblesdie Distillers – Big Dry Gin

Big, dry and peppery. Big Dry has notes of rosemary thyme, kaffir lime and sage, but what sets this gin apart is the jalapeno we use to give it that extra kick. The intense and robust flavours complement the dry taste of the juniper berries. On the palate: Juniper, pine, pimento, mace. Oil content creates good mouth feel, warm at the back of the palate from the jalapeno.

Serving Suggestion

Matt Dickson (head distiller) suggests serving it in their Hot Off the Press Cocktail:⁠
50ml Big Dry Gin⁠
20ml freshly squeezed lemon juice ⁠
15ml honey syrup ⁠
a fresh jalapeno ⁠
Add all ingredients to a shaker, fill with ice, shake then double strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with a grapefruit twist OR some fresh jalapeno and enjoy. ⁠



Sensational South Australian Gin Pack

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