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A London Dry style Gin, this has plenty of juniper and citrus flavours alongside the rich Tasmanian ingredients (15 botanicals in total). They are soaked in a cane sugar base spirit in a muslin cloth in the spirit still for one day, followed by a one-day distillation process. It’s named after William Henry Ellis, sent from England to Australia in 1825 following a conviction for… you guessed it, embezzlement. He arrived in Tasmania, by all accounts married quite well and built the Dysart House, where the distillery is now based.
Botanicals: juniper, coriander seed, orris root, chamomile, orange peel, lemon peel, liquorice root, star anise, cardamom, makrut lime leaf, cassia bark, lemon myrtle, mint, allspice, jasmine.
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