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GinFinity Tasting notes

GinFinity Open Source No. 1

44%ABV

This is a bright summery gin with a hint of spice and subtle sweetness from the pink pepper berries.

Botanicals: Juniper Berries, Buddha’s Hand, Pink Pepper Berries, Licorice Root, All Spice, Angelica Root & Nutmeg.

What is Open Source Gin? 
On the label, we include not only the botanicals that are in the gin, but also the quantities of each botanical. This means that anyone can recreate it!

GinFinity Open Source No. 2

44% ABV – $62 for a 500ml Bottle

Tasting notes: This is lime heavy gin made with lime zest and kaffir lime leaves, locally sourced from Monbulk. Commonly described as a ‘Christmas Spice Gin’, this has christmassy spices of cinnamon, nutmeg and all spice.

How to serve: best with Tonic and garnish with a fresh lime wheel

Botanicals: Juniper Berries, Kaffir Lime Leaves, Lime Zest, Cinnamon, Nutmeg & Mace.

What is Open Source Gin? 
On the label, we include not only the botanicals that are in the gin, but also the quantities of each botanical. This means that anyone can recreate it!

GinFinity Open Source No. 3

44% ABV – $62 for a 500ml Bottle

Tasting Notes: This bright orange zest gin is complimented by soft undertones of chamomile and ginger

How to serve: best with tonic and garnished with a fresh orange wheel. This gin is also found in our Orange Gin Sour!

Orange Gin Sour Recipe: 45ml Open Source #03, 50ml fresh orange juice, 30ml fresh lime juice, 30ml simple syrup, 20ml tiki zest (or Cointreau), 1/2 teaspoon albumin powder

Botanicals: Juniper Berries, Orange Zest, Ginger, Coriander Seed, Nutmeg & Chamomile.

What is Open Source Gin? 
On the label, we include not only the botanicals that are in the gin, but also the quantities of each botanical. This means that anyone can recreate it and you can decide which botanicals you like!

GinFinity Open Source No. 4

44% ABV – $59 for a 500ml Bottle

Tasting Notes: Packed with citrus, this gin has strong aromas of lemon myrtle and orange zest complimented perfectly by earthy undertones of gentian root.

How to serve: Great on its own or try in our Hard Lemon Lime Bitters!

Botanicals: Juniper Berries, Orange Zest, Gentian Root & Lemon Myrtle Leaves.

What is Open Source Gin? 
On the label, we include not only the botanicals that are in the gin, but also the quantities of each botanical. This means that anyone can recreate it and you can decide which botanicals you like!

GinFinity Triple Juniper Gin

46% ABV – $65 for a 500ml Bottle

Tasting Notes: The closest to a Classic Dry Gin, our triple juniper is packed with juniper at 45 grams per litre with only two other botanicals, lime and pink pepper. If you love a simple, clean juniper forward gin, this is the gin for you. 

How to serve: With hints of lime and pink pepper, this robust gin can be enjoyed neat, but is bold enough to shine through in a mixer, perfect for long drinks or cocktails! Garnish with a wedge of lime, or slice of cucumber. Try in our Singapore Sling.

Botanicals: Juniper Berries, Lime Zest and Pink Pepper.

Awards: Silver at 2021 Australian Gin Awards

GinFinity Oak Aged Gin

40% ABV – $65 for a 500ml Bottle

Tasting notes: distilled with Indian spices of bayleaf, coriander seed and black pepper, expect a spice driven gin complimented by soft vanilla and oak characters.

GinFinity Oak Aged Gin has been aged in American white oak barrels for 12 months.

Fun fact: The base of this gin was designed by a customer by mixing a gin using our gin kit!

How to serve: perfect on its own. Also delicious in our Perfect Pear Cocktail

Perfect Pear Cocktail: 30ml Oak Aged Gin, 90ml fresh pear juice, 10ml fresh lime juice, 15ml elderflower cordial and cracked pepper on top

Botanicals: Juniper, Bayleaf, Angelica Root, Coriander Seed, Black Pepper and Allspice

GinFinity Pink Gin

40% ABV – $59 for a 500ml Bottle

Tasting Notes: GinFinity Pink Gin is aged on fresh raspberries (which creates the colour naturally), blended together with a base created by macerating hibiscus flowers, this creates a sweet berry aroma with subtle floral undertones.

How to serve: Perfect on its own or mixed with tonic! Try it in our Little Finger Cocktail

Little Finger: 45ml Raspberry Pink Gin, 45ml fresh lime juice, 45ml simple syrup, 10ml Creme de violette, 1/2 teaspoon albumin powder

Botanicals: Juniper, Fresh raspberries, Hibiscus, Lime Zest, Black Pepper & All Spice

GinFinity bubblegum Gin

45% ABV – $65 for a 500ml Bottle

What is GinFinity BubbleGum Gin: The first of its type in the world… a high ester gin! Borrowing heavily from rum production, it is fermented with dunder, creating the crazy bubblegum characteristics. GinFinity BubbleGum gins are essentially a rum/gin hybrid inspired by old world Jamaican rum production.

What does high ester mean? Esters are naturally occurring chemical compounds produced during the fermentation process. These esters are added before distillation and the end result is fruity characters, comparable to the fruity esters found in bubblegum.

Tasting notes: BubbleGum Gin is a very dry gin, with strong aromas of pineapple and mandarine. It has very fruit forward flavours of pineapple and mandarine, with bubblegummy and fruit-candy characters coming though last.

How to serve: BubbleGum gin shines best in fruity cocktails where its fruity flavours are enhanced. Try in our Tooty Fruity, Strawberry BubbleGum or Passionfruit Splice.

Tooty Fruity Recipe: 30ml BubbleGum Gin, 30ml fresh orange juice, 30ml fresh pineapple juice, 20ml blue curaçao, 10ml grenadine

Botanicals: Juniper, Pineapple, Mandarine

GinFinity MANGO bubblegum Gin

45% ABV – $65 for a 500ml Bottle

What is GinFinity Mango BubbleGum Gin: GinFinity Mango BubbleGum is the second high ester gin in the world! Borrowing heavily from rum production, it is fermented with dunder, creating the crazy bubblegum characteristics. GinFinity BubbleGum gins are essentially a rum/gin hybrid inspired by old world Jamaican rum production.

What does high ester mean? Esters are naturally occurring chemical compounds produced during the fermentation process. These esters are added before distillation and the end result is fruity characters, comparable to the fruity esters found in bubblegum.

Tasting notes:  Mango BubbleGum Gin is a very dry gin, with strong aromas of fresh mangos and mango flesh. It has very tropical and juicy flavours, most obviously mango with floral characters of juniper shining through.

How to serve: Mango BubbleGum Gin shines best in fruity cocktails where its fruity flavours are enhanced. When mixed with tonic, Mango BubbleGum tastes just like the smell of a fresh mango!

Botanicals: Juniper, Mango & Apricot