Tag: Gin

  • Distillery Botanica

    Distillery Botanica

    Tucked away on the Coast,A small distillery lies,What it produces?You won’t believe your eyes. Three acres of tranquil gardens,For you to explore,A herbalist, to a master distiller,A warm welcome from Philip Moore. An abundance of botanicals,Grow for our gin,Juniper, Cardamom, Turmeric.Awarded gold when they win. From an earthy Roots and Leaves,To a classic Moore’s Dry…

  • Patient Wolf Distilling Co.

    Patient Wolf Distilling Co.

    We set out to build a world-class gin distillery in Australia’s beating cultural heart – Melbourne. Following years of perfecting, experimenting, and refining, we launched a distillery in the urban heart of the city. Patient Wolf was born; from the ground up, right here in Melbourne.It’s certainly taken a fair journey of time, distance and…

  • Killara Distillery

    Killara Distillery

    The name Killara is a nod to my parents, Bill & Lyn Lark who started the whisky industry in Australia back in 1992. Killara is the name of the street where that first modern distillery was registered over 150 years after the last distillery in Hobart closed its doors and shut off its stills.The still…

  • Noosa Gin Company

    Noosa Gin Company

    Greetings from Noosa Heads. The Republic of Chillaxico.Noosa Heads Distillery – The home of Noosa Gin, where you are surrounded by vats and barrels with high ceilings, it’s a fabulous atmosphere. Come with family or friends for lunch, dinner or just a couple of drinks.Address: 19 Venture Drive Noosaville, next door to Land and Sea…

  • Summerleas Distillery

    Summerleas Distillery

    Founded in March 2018, Summerleas Distillery Tasmania is proudly owned and operated by Sarah Gunn, a 7th generation Tasmanian.Summerleas Distillery is the start of a family legacy. A daring dream to leave something of value for the next generation to build upon.Summerleas Distillery is nestled in the foothills between kunanyi/Mount Wellington and Storm Bay in…

  • Section 44 Distillery

    Section 44 Distillery

    The name Section 44 stems from an interpretation of the Australian Constitution that disqualified Senators and Members of Parliament from holding office if their father was born overseas. As a result, Stephen Parry, a Tasmanian-born Senator, lost his role in the Senate. This event brought together the three founders: Andrew Patten, Raj Charan Singh, and…

  • Taylor and Smith Distilling Company

    Taylor and Smith Distilling Company

    Taylor and Smith Distilling co. is an independent artisan distillery in Hobart, owned and run by Natalie and Ben.We experiment with Tasmanian botanicals and carefully craft our base spirits to synthesise the Tasmanian landscape and write out the stories of place. The scale of the season is compressed in Tasmania so you get an intensity…

  • McHenry Distillery

    McHenry Distillery

    McHenry Distillery is Australia’s southern-most whisky distillery and with its family heritage makes it the southernmost family run distillery in the world. Its location takes advantage of the cool-moist-maritime environment, giving the maturing spirit the right conditions to make the most of its time in the wooden barrels. The property also has its own abundant…

  • Hellfire Bluff Distillery

    Hellfire Bluff Distillery

    Along the stunning south east coast of Tasmania, overlooking picturesque Marion Bay and the rocky outcrop of Hellfire Bluff, you’ll find Daly Farm and the home of Hellfire Bluff Distillery.The Daly’s planted their first potato crop here by hand over 30 years ago and have since grown to become one of Australia’s leading potato producers,…

  • Hunnington Distillery

    Hunnington Distillery

    Hunnington Distillery is an award winning, family owned and run business that overlooks Trial Bay and Deadman’s Point, just outside Kettering, Tasmania.We make our products by hand with the best ingredients we can find, pure Tasmanian rainwater, organic botanicals where possible, local if available and grown on our own property, or those of friends and…