South Coast Distillery Illawarra Plum Gin 500ml

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Description

 
This is South Coast Distillery's take on a native sloe gin and by far one of the best gins we have ever tasted! Native Illawarra Plums are macerated in their gin for 12 months, only releasing it once the spirit is bursting with juicy berry flavour.  Natural cane sugar is then added to balance the bitterness from the native plums resulting in an endlessly sippable spirit. The 2020 release sold out in 21 days, and we have managed to secure some of the 2021 release just for you!
 
For those that prefer their spirits mixed, try it in a Sloe Gin Sour, Sloe Gin Spritz, or a Charlie Chaplin.
 
Awards
Silver - 2020 Tasting Australia Spirit Awards
Bronze - 2020 Australian Distilled Spirits Awards

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Additional Details

SKU:
13827-NGB-UNIT
Size:
500
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
21.1
Region:
Illawarra
Style:
Plum Gin
Varietal:
Gin

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