South Coast Distillery Five Islands Old Tom Gin 700ml

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Description

A new take on an old (tom) style. TeaEsk's award winning WuYi Mountain Oolong tea is macerated in South Coast Distillery's bold Breakwater navy strength gin before carefully balancing the tea by sweetening with natural sugar like an 18th century Old Tom Gin.

Enjoy it neat, with soda, lemon or peaches for a 'Five Islands Iced Tea' or swap it in for sloe gin in a Charlie Chaplin cocktail.

Awards
  • Silver - 2021 San Francisco World Spirit Competition
  • Silver - 2021 World Gin Awards, London
  • Silver - 2020 Tasting Australia Spirit Awards
  • Silver - 2020 Australian Distilled Spirits Awards

Tasting Note: The delicate stonefruit aroma and flavour of the tea compliment the rich piney juniper and citrus flavours in the gin adding richness and depth. The sugar helps elevate all of the flavours yielding a complex yet balanced spirit.

Additional Details

SKU:
13825-NGB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
38
Region:
Illawarra
Style:
Tea Gin
Varietal:
Gin

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