Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale
While Tanqueray needs no introduction, the premium gin brand has announced the launch of its latest offering: Tanqueray Blackcurrant Royale. The flavour, made with French blackcurrants and vanilla notes, was inspired by Charles Tanqueray's travels to France in the 1840s. You can enjoy it with a classic tonic finish, or as the brand says with a more luxurious mix of prosecco and lemon.
Brookie's Byron Slow Gin
A first of its kind, this Australian-made gin combines the best of both worlds: the traditional style of the English 'Sloe' gin with a unique rainforest fruit native to the subtropical region of Byron Bay, the Davidson Plum. The trick? The local drop steeps the delicious plums in its Byron Dry Gin and let's time "weave its magic." The resulting flavours are complements of rose, watermelon, and of course, bright plum.
Blue Mountains Grown Gin
Following the devastating bushfires in 2019 and 2020, the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah decided to team up with the award-winning local Blue Mountains Grown Gin to create a one-of-a-kind gin with 100 per cent of the profits being donated to help rebuild and restore the Blue Mountains region, which lost hundreds of its unique collection of botanicals. The gin was a limited-edition run, so you'll have to get in quick.
Forty Spotted Tassie Bush Honey
If you're looking for something truly unique, you can't go past Forty Spotted's Tassie Bush Honey, which as the name suggests, brings together the blend of rooibos tea and Tasmanian bush honey. The gin is described as a "fleeting hit of fragrant juniper" which weaves in notes of caramel, floral meadows and a touch of peppery heat.
Hendrick's Lunar Gin
For those looking to have their gin choice dictated by the stars, Hendrick's celestial new offering is just the solution. The limited-edition flavour, described as deeply floral and richly aromatic, is an intriguing combination of refreshing and warm notes, which includes subtle peppery sparks, fragrant citrus oils and florals, created by master distiller Lesley Gracie. As the brand says, it was designed to be "shared and savoured on an evening as the sun goes down and the moon charges the sky."
Warner's Rhubarb Gin
If you've ever wanted to know which flavour of gin Her Majesty favours, then Warner's Rhubarb offering is just the pick. Inspired by a crop of rhubarb originally grown in Queen Victoria's own kitchen garden, the flavour has fresh rhubarb juice in each and every bottle. The serving suggestion? Add tonic water and ginger ale and garnish with a slice of fresh orange. Delish!