Knocklofty Garden Party GinKnocklofty Garden Party Gin
Knocklofty Garden Party Gin
Knocklofty ‘Garden Party Gin’ is made with seasonal, surplus berries from the Westerway Farm (Tasmania). The berries are steeped in the gin to provide a unique, natural taste.
Nose: Very gin in the nose with a mix of juniper & sloe berries.
Palate: Beautiful expression of blackcurrant, blueberry, raspberry & strawberry. Nice layers.
Finish: Elegant strawberry finish. Light sweetness. Very summery.
In a G&T = 40ML Garden Party Gin + 60ML Tonic.
In a Cocktail: 40ML Garden Party Gin + 60ML dry Prosecco.
Knocklofty spirits are entirely hand produced by three couples at a home based microdistillery at the foothills of Knocklofty in West Hobart, Tasmania.
Our grain-free spirit is fermented and distilled on site and provides a clean but distinctive base for our products.
Wherever possible we have used recycled and 2nd hand materials to build our still and distillery.
Knocklofty spirits are entirely hand produced by three couples at a home based micro distillery at the foothills of Knocklofty in West Hobart, Tasmania.
The distillery has been created using recycled & pre-loved materials to build our wash tanks, reflux still & small botanical still. No imported ethanol is required as we produce our own wash & distill out our own base spirit. Each botanical is distilled separately & then blended to finally create our product range.
Koval Cranberry Organic Gin LiqueurKoval Cranberry Organic Gin Liqueur
Koval Cranberry Organic Gin Liqueur offers an enticing blend of fruit-forward and bittersweet flavors, surrounded by the crisp, well-rounded notes of KOVAL Gin’s signature 13 botanicals. An homage to aperitif culture, it is an excellent base for easy, enticing cocktails for all seasons – simply mix with a splash of Prosecco or any sparkling water, and a signature spritz is born! Made from all-natural ingredients sourced directly from local, organic Midwestern farmers.
Lobo Quince GinLobo Quince Gin
Lobo Quince Gin
500mL Delicious Quince liqueur gin, with rich mahogany colour, quince character and underlying “gin-ness”, a sweet finish
Drinking suggestions – pretty good neat, or try with ice, soda water and a slice of lemon, or just run wild and mix up a cocktail, and tell us how it worked.
Just 20km from Adelaide, the Adelaide Hill has been the main apple growing region of South Australia since the 1800’s.
Cidermaking began back then as well, and various cider companies have come and gone over time.
LOBO began back in 2007, we started with a few experiments to try and make some cider out of leftover apples at Michael’s orchard.
Encouraged by the results, the experiments became trials, trying out different apple varieties to see which would make the best cider. Granny Smith were a bit tart, Fuji tended to be sweet and bland, Red Delicious was pretty good, but it turned out that a blend of mostly Pink Lady apples has a good flavour and natural balance.