Tanglin Mandarin Chilli Gin, Tanglin Orchid Gin & KI NO BI Kyoto Dry Gin 700ml Plus Free 4 StrangeLove Tonic 180ml
Tanglin Mandarin Chilli 42% 700ml
Tanglin Orchid Gin is the foundation for their Mandarin Chilli, but for this expression they focus on a citrus nose, then finished the gin with chilli and ginger to give the taste buds a lift with a slight tingle on the lips.
Tanglin Orchid 42% 700ml
We like to call this is an old-world modern gin. The pine of the Juniper is unmistakably there and the herbaceous flavour notes come from classic gin botanicals. But the twist comes from Indian Amchoor“ the powdered form of green unripe mango which adds an extra citrus note. And then come to our not so secret ingredient (the clue is in the name, Orchid Gin). But it's not used in the way you might think; we use two forms of orchid. Firstly, Dendrobium nobile Lindl which is Shi Hu in Pinyin. The botanical is added in a powdered form of the dried stalk, mirroring its prominent use in Chinese Medicine where it was first described in Shen Nong's Herbal Classics written about 2500 years ago.
Legend has it that the juice of dendrobium can resurrect the dead, and is No.1 of the 9 Chinese immortality herbs.
The second form of Orchid comes from the fruit of the Vanilla Orchid. Whole Vanilla beans are used in the Gin Column, adding a smooth richness to the flavour.
And finally, Organic Oranges add a highlight sweetness of citrus.
KI NO BI Kyoto Dry Gin 45.7% 700ml
Inspired by tradition, KI NO BI (The Beauty of the Seasons) is distilled, blended and bottled in Kyoto with 11 botanicals mainly from Kyoto such as tea, yuzu(citrus) and ginger. A fresh aroma of yuzu, and a thread of sansho pepper that lingers like a morning mist in a bamboo forest. Ginger root gives a slightly warming, spicy finish. ABV 45.7%
Bold and beautiful, this premium, Australian tonic water uses raw, unrefined cinchona bark to create an earthy, rich bitterness that simply can't be found elsewhere. Emboldened by bold strokes of orange peel and fragrant rosemary, we finished this masterpiece with a pinch of sea salt, because sometimes that's just what you do.