Four Pillars Off Broadway Gin
Staff Pick

Four Pillars Off Broadway Gin

Item # 42739 750mL
$39.96/ Single Bottle
$239.76/ Case of 6
ABV
43.80%
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Tasting Notes

Already masters at their craft, the team at this paramount distillery in the heart of the Yarra Valley, takes gin to a new level without re-inventing the wheel. The secret is in the native Australian botanicals that make up the core of this special recipe. The additions of Australian mint, macadamia nut, lemon myrtle, finger lime and cumquat come together for a perfect flavor matrix that combines citrus, earthiness and spice. Definitely on the must have list.


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Staff Pick Notes

10,321 miles separate Joe's Pub from the distillery at 2A Lilydale Road, Healesville, Victoria, Australia, so Off-Broadway might be an understatement. Of course, a new Gin from one of my favorite distillers is something to get excited about, odd as a New York exclusive from a bunch of Aussies might be. And to be clear, this is a very Australian gin. You will find the classics (juniper, coriander, cardamom), but the flavor profile here is dominated by native botanicals. Finger limes (highly recommend looking these up if you aren't familiar, they are wild) bring a zesty citrus, and you taste local mint, macadamia nut, lemon myrtle, and kumquat. The flavors give an herbal edge to a fruit-laden gin cobbler, and play very well with nuttiness and salinity in a Martini where you swap Vermouth for Fino Sherry. But the possibilities are endless.

- JON

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Australia

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Victoria

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