The flagship expression produced by the Cape Byron distillery on the southeast coast of Australia. Brookie's Byron Dry Gin is made with a hefty recipe of 26 botanicals, with many of them being native to the region in which the distillery resides, including Byron sunrise finger lime, cinnamon myrtle, aniseed myrtle, river mint, raspberry, macadamia and more. Works particularly well in a Gin Martini.
A rare gin made from Davidson Plum, Brookie’s Byron Slow Gin is the first of its kind. Made in the traditional style of the English ‘Sloe’ gin, Brookie’s Byron Slow Gin showcases a unique rainforest fruit native to the subtropical region of Byron Bay, the Davidson Plum. They steep these plums in their Byron Dry Gin and let time weave its magic. Expect exhilarating flavours of rose, watermelon, and bright plum.
The Irishman Single Malt Irish Whiskey comes, surprisingly, from Ireland. It's a triple distilled expression which is aged in both sherry and bourbon casks for over 10 years before bottling.
This is the fourth most highly rated Morellino di Scansano wine (based on critic scores): the 2009 vintage was given a score of 90 by Wine Spectator.
Produced in England, MOM reinterprets the symbols of British tradition with a touch of modernity. The name is wordplay of sort with a nod to British humor. MOM, “The Queen of Gins”, was born with the aim of breaking stereotypes. Soft but with character, aristocratic but plebeian, elegant and rebellious. Its design, black and magenta, reveals the same duality as the British character: tradition and avantgarde. A Premium gin made with red fruits and exotic botanicals used to achieve its soft character and elegant English spirit. MOM exudes a feminine, sophisticated and contemporary universe, with a transgressor touch. God Save the Gin!