Mother’s Day Gin Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is around the corner, so we’ve curated a selection of our favourite Australian craft gins that are certain to top a pair of slippers.

Choose from award-winners and lesser known gems off the beaten track, or go all out and wow mum with a tasting flight of 12 of the best. Beats a pair of slippers!

Splash out on a tipple for mum and enjoy free shipping Australia-wide.
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Australian Gin Tasting Set
This beautiful Australian Gin Tasting Set from White Possum introduces you to 12 exceptional gins from around the country. Stylishly packaged, it comes with a tasting booklet containing detailed information about each gin, the distilleries and interesting facts about gin in Australia.

Reed & Co / Bridge Road Brewers Lupulin Gin
This special Lupulin Gin was created for the High Country Hops Festival by Reed & Co Distillery in collaboration with Bridge Road Brewers. On the palate you get juniper notes followed by spicy citrus with a floral finish of Galaxy hops. Only 200 bottles were produced in the first batch.

Stone Pine Black Truffle Gin
A decadent Black Truffle Gin, with fresh local truffle front and centre. To complement the truffle: juniper berries, coriander seed, orris root, flaked salt and black pepper. This is a savoury gin, and works beautifully in a Black Truffle Martini.

Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin
Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin is crafted to deliver the best of all worlds: a perfect, classic gin and also something that would fascinate and delight even the most hardened gin fanatic. It’s spicy but with great citrus, a truly modern Australian gin.

Archie Rose Signature Dry Gin
This carefully crafted gin uses 14 traditional and native botanicals. Perfectly balanced and wonderfully complex, it’s accented by blood lime, dorrigo pepper-leaf, lemon myrtle and river mint. All underpinned with pronounced juniper berry.

Sullivan’s Cove Hobart No. 4 Gin Hobart No.4 is a Tasmanian Single Malt Gin enriched with four native Australian botanicals – lemon myrtle, anise myrtle, wattleseed and Tasmanian pepperberry. During the colonial era in Hobart, gins were made using malted barley spirit and this gin harks back to this time.