Elephant Gin has been contributing 15% of bottle profits to partner foundations in Kenya and South Africa that are devoted to the conservation of the African elephant.
A new drink has just hit Australia’s shores, and it doesn’t require you to give up your love for Prosecco or gin. In fact, you just need to combine them to create the perfect summer tipple – the Ginsecco.
Lillet (originally Kina Lillet), was created in Bordeaux in 1872. By the 1930s it had started to embed its place in France and the USA as the drink to celebrate with, around the same time the aperitif or bitter wine stepped into the Spritz in Italy.
The retreat is founded and inspired by the Japanese culture of shinrin-yoku which translates literally as “forest–bath”.
We hear from Ago Perrone about his love affair with Galliano, the Authentic Italian Liqueur, his role as advocate for the brand and his plans for while he’s down under.
The Gospel Distillers have announced Zach Morgan as their National Brand Ambassador – this is the first appointment for the role and will see Zach become an integral part of the Melbourne-based team producing the premium whiskey brand.
Here, each of the National Finalists talk a little about why they’re involved in the competition, share some advice on making the National Finals, and share with us the story behind their BACARDÍ Legacy.
You, too, may be a part of this trend. Dry January, a challenge in which imbibers become teetotallers for a month, has gained momentum in the bartending community.