These gins have festive fruits and spices, some of which include, cinnamon, orange, & native pepperberry that are reminiscent of the wintertide and include the following gins:
- Bass & Flinders Winter Gin
Bass & Flinders’ Winter Gin captures the essence of winter with those distinctive wintry notes of orange, cassia bark and pepper berry that are characteristic of the season.
This Winter Gin is a triple distilled grape-based gin that has been distilled from Shiraz grapes offering a bold fruity palate. This grape spirit is then blended with a hand-crafted aged spirit made from an apple cider which sat on its lees for 12 months before being distilled twice and then aged for two years in old French Oak barrels.
- Canberra Distillery Winter Gin
This is a warming Australian distilled Basil Gin Liqueur. It is only lightly spiced, sweet and aromatic. This Gin is best enjoyed straight. Warm the glass by sitting it in hot water before consuming it or in one of our winter cocktails.
- Cape Byron Distillery – Slow Gin
World Gin Awards 2019 – GOLD, San Francisco Spirits Awards 2018 – GOLD, Australian Distilled Spirits Awards 2018 – SILVER
A rare gin made from the jewel of our rainforest, the Davidson Plum.
Brookie’s Byron Slow Gin is the first of its kind. Made in the traditional style of the English ‘Sloe’ gin, Brookie’s Byron Slow Gin showcases a unique rainforest fruit native to the subtropical region of Byron Bay, the Davidson Plum. We steep these plums in our Byron Dry Gin and let time weave its magic. Expect exhilarating flavours of rose, watermelon, and bright plum.
- Forty Spotted – Rare Tasmanian Winter Gin
Winner of Best Australian Matured Gin at the 2019 World Gin Awards.
Inspired by the flavours we traditionally associate with whisky, the 2019 Forty Spotted Winter Gin contains a touch of Overeem Whisky new make spirit alongside dried fig, ruby grapefruit, cardamom and fresh ginger. Barrel-aged for four weeks in an ex-Bourbon cask, it has delicious oaky characteristics on the nose and a beautiful, toffee-coloured hue. Forty Spotted Winter release can best be enjoyed neat or with a splash of tonic or soda water, or even in one of our winter cocktails