A New Zealand gin has been named the best London dry gin in the world at the International Wine and Spirits Competition. Scapegrace Gold took out the London Dry Gin trophy 2018 in London, beating more than 600 other gins to take out the supreme award, which had a 50 per cent increase in entrants … Continue reading New Zealand spirit named best in world London dry gin in the world
Hartshorn Distillery, winner of the Beverage of the Year at the 2017 Food & Beverage Industry Awards, uses a cheese making waste product to create alcoholic beverages.
Bass and Flinders Distillery will officially release Cerise Gin in time for Spring on Tuesday 12 September.
The Adelaide Hills Distillery’s 78 Degrees Gin was awarded the Best International Gin at the American Distilling Institute Awards held last night in Baltimore, Maryland U.S.A. Apart from this award, judges also awarded the gin a double gold medal. The awards add to others won by Adelaide Hills Distillery, which took out gold in last … Continue reading Gin from Adelaide named world’s best
Green ants and other ancient foods from one of the world’s oldest continuous cultures are being used as botanicals in Australian craft gins. Two distilleries in the Adelaide Hills region of South Australia have this month released gins made with green ants, a traditional indigenous food eaten for thousands of years by the Australian Aborigines … Continue reading Green ants are flavour of the month in Australian gins
Ironbark Distillery’s 313 Dry Gin was awarded the title of Australia’s best traditional gin as part of the World Drink Awards.
Asahi has introduced Mist Wood Gin, designed as an alternative to sparkling, wine and spirits. Employing principles of apothecary when creating the flavour combinations, Mist Wood Gin challenges the preconceived gin experience by steering away from the traditional tonic-based mixes. Instead, English pot-stilled gin is used and then matched with curated fruit, citrus and bitter … Continue reading Asahi releases Mist Wood Gin
Australia’s newest distillery, Cape Byron Distillery has launched its first spirit, Brookie’s Byron Dry Gin via Australian crowdfunding platform Pozible. Created by Eddie Brook and acclaimed Scottish distiller Jim McEwan, Brookie’s captures the unique tastes and flavours of sub-tropical New South Wales. The distillery itself is nestled in the very heart of the Brook family’s … Continue reading Australia’s newest distillery made Pozible by crowdfunding
I was looking at Facebook one evening last week when my attention was captured by the headline – “Gin lovers are all massive psychopaths, according to experts”.
Archie Rose Distilling is enabling you to create your own tailored spirits, right down to having your name on the label.
Ironbark Distillery has been recognised as the best gin distiller in the country after less than a year in the marketplace.
Alcohol giants Diageo, owners of Jonnie Walker and Ciroc vodka are looking to offload their wine division.