Gin has been booming for years now and doesn’t seem to be slowing down. With well over 200 domestic distilleries offering multiple styles gin really is the darling of Aussie spirit production.
“There are now over 170 craft gin distilleries in Australia alone, and upwards of 65 in New Zealand. Most of these distillers are making more than one gin, so it doesn’t take long to calculate that the possibilities are endless.” – Charles Casben
The latest COVID pivot comes direct from Her Royal Highness with the launch of Buckingham Palace gin, featuring botanicals from the Royal Garden
Invented by Harry Craddock on February 29, 1928, the Leap Year Cocktail is a drink said “to have been responsible for more proposals than any other cocktail that has ever been mixed.”
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.
With all these bottles of gin hitting back bars, the question arises: how much gin do you really need? Here’s 5 styles of gin you might like to consider.
The Australian bar industry voted, and these are the 2019 best gin bars in Australia — the finalists for Gin Bar of the Year.
Bon vivant and writer Samuel Pepys wrote in his diary in 1663 about being advised to take “some strong water made of juniper” to cure, well, constipation.