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Blue Mountains Grown Gin

$128.95

Blue Mountains Grown Gin

A limited-edition gin that will help the Blue Mountains’ bushfire relief and regrowth.
Our third collaboration with an iconic Australian botanic garden and arguably the most important. The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah suffered catastrophic damage from the 2019/20 bushfires. Profits from this bottle will help support the Garden’s staff rebuild and restore this crucial collection. Crafted with Master Distiller, Philip Moore, this gin features Eucalyptus pulverulenta as its hero botanical – some say it’s this gum, commonly known as ‘Baby Blue’, that’s behind the famous blue haze of the mountains. And like the mountains themselves, it’s a fresh and cooling homage to this iconic Australian landmark. Juniper plays a big part too, with the balance of this gin coming from a little Valencia Orange, Liquorice root and Angelica.

Blue Mountains Grown Gin / 700ml / 42% Alc Vol

Our first garden and first gin.
We began our journey in 2015 when Grown Founders, Frank Bethel and Will Miles, happened upon a Master Distiller by the name of Phillip Moore, one of Australia’s most awarded and experienced distillers. Quite soon a partnership blossomed and we began making gin from the freshest botanicals picked from the stunning garden just outside the door of the distillery, in Erina.

This gin was all about capturing as purely as possible the essence of the Australian summer garden and on the nose, there are hints of jasmine, sweet honeysuckle and orange blossom. It’s positively balmy. We use the French perfumers’ time-honoured technique of enfleurage to extract the delicate scent and flavour from the hero botanicals Murraya and Duchesse de Brabant Rose, without the use of heat. Combined with a traditional distillation of Juniper, Chamomile, Sage, Angelica and Orris Root and this floral gin comes alive.

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Blue Mountains Grown Gin

A limited-edition gin that will help the Blue Mountains’ bushfire relief and regrowth.
Our third collaboration with an iconic Australian botanic garden and arguably the most important. The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden Mount Tomah suffered catastrophic damage from the 2019/20 bushfires. Profits from this bottle will help support the Garden’s staff rebuild and restore this crucial collection. Crafted with Master Distiller, Philip Moore, this gin features Eucalyptus pulverulenta as its hero botanical – some say it’s this gum, commonly known as ‘Baby Blue’, that’s behind the famous blue haze of the mountains. And like the mountains themselves, it’s a fresh and cooling homage to this iconic Australian landmark. Juniper plays a big part too, with the balance of this gin coming from a little Valencia Orange, Liquorice root and Angelica.

Blue Mountains Grown Gin / 700ml / 42% Alc Vol

Our first garden and first gin.
We began our journey in 2015 when Grown Founders, Frank Bethel and Will Miles, happened upon a Master Distiller by the name of Phillip Moore, one of Australia’s most awarded and experienced distillers. Quite soon a partnership blossomed and we began making gin from the freshest botanicals picked from the stunning garden just outside the door of the distillery, in Erina.

This gin was all about capturing as purely as possible the essence of the Australian summer garden and on the nose, there are hints of jasmine, sweet honeysuckle and orange blossom. It’s positively balmy. We use the French perfumers’ time-honoured technique of enfleurage to extract the delicate scent and flavour from the hero botanicals Murraya and Duchesse de Brabant Rose, without the use of heat. Combined with a traditional distillation of Juniper, Chamomile, Sage, Angelica and Orris Root and this floral gin comes alive.

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Grown Spirits

Country

Australia

Price

$100 or more

Type

Gin

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