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Tasting Gin | Stone Pine Orange Blossom Gin

Longtime readers will know my soft spot for Stone Pine Gin. It was the first boutique Australian gin I discovered so it would be in my affection anyway, but I’ve also had the pleasure of meeting the distiller Ian Glen who is entirely delightful which confirms my affection in perpetuity. This past summer they released […] Read more…

Tasting Gin | The Antipodean Gin Company

I’ve always loved the word antipodean, antipodes, it’s such an exotic word for us down in the every unexotic Southern Hemisphere. It’s the word for Australia adopted by The Antipodes Gin Company; Australia’s first certified organic and carbon neutral gin. PROCESS The scant details on their website states simply that the gin is triple distilled […] Read more…

Tasting Gin | Fever-Tree Tonic Water

I did a quick comparison of Fever-Tree Indian Tonic Water and their Mediterranean Tonic Water, with Sipsmith Gin, on Instagram. Here’s a recap: Disclaimer South Trade International sent me a range of Fever-Tree Premium Natural Mixers for editorial consideration. While I appreciate the generosity of this gift, my appreciation has not influenced this article. Read more…

Tasting Gin | Martin Miller’s Gin

‘But hang on!’ the most observant of you say. ‘You already reviewed Martin Miller’s Gin!’ That’s true, but I reviewed the Westbourne Strength, which clocks in at 45.8% ABV, this is the regular strength at 40% ABV. From my extensive research (reading their website…) I have gathered that the two versions are made in much […] Read more…