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- Sean DI tasted this for the first time last night after not touching an alcoholic beverage for well over a year (of any sort). Outstanding, the glass was delicious from the first sip to the last drop. The taste was constantly refreshing, clean, crisp and all the good things that gin drinkers like. They've create a great gin.
- Elvira SGreat service, amazing Gin, nice place to spend “the time” for a drink. :)
- Johnson EI purchased a bottle from Liquorland in Nelson. Much better gin than I expected and good to be supporting local enterprises. Can’t wait to drop by the distillery in person
New Zealand’s first urban destination distillery, making brazen craft gin in a gorgeous copper still right in the heart of Wellington city. Popular for tutored tastings and distillery tours, it’s the perfect place to learn about the distillers art over a tipple or two.
A haven for the Gin-quisitive, combining the luscious aromas of a commercial distillery with an industrial chic Tasting Shop. Located in Lombard Lane it rubs shoulders with fashion and food, providing a welcome distraction from the pressures of urban life.
Founder Mark set out to build a living Gin R&D Lab, distilling innovative small batch city gins right in front of their customers. They’re serious when they ask for your feedback on a new release, it’s going to inform the next batch. And patrons agree, participating in the Trial & Error process is both educational and tasty.
Notorious for a musical backdrop belying the owners generational tastes, the glass fronted building is light-filled and the perfect place to indulge in a cocktail or a tasting flight whilst learning why the Gin Renaissance is fundamental to the future of humankind.
And better still, if you like what you taste you can take a bottle home – even the distiller’s experiments.