'Occitan' is Bordiga's London Dry Gin, which they have made continuously since 1900 – Italy's oldest known gin recipe.
It has a classic juniper lift, with a fragrant and quite perfumed nose that's accented with distinct orange and lemon rind notes.
A great mixing gin, but also one with the detail and finesse to justify a martini.
From the oldest Gin producer in Italy - this aperitivo has complex and bitter edged savouriness avoiding bloyingly sweet tones with a bit of punch at 16% alc/vol.
Wonderful flavours of orange, rhubarb and wild herbs.
Bordiga Bitter Rosso has an intense nose of bitter orange, wild herbs and gentian, suggesting a more famous analogue but with much more serious drive and concentration.
On the palate, there is a classic tussle, with a wild twist to the palate that disciplines the sweet core down a distinct line of bitter refreshment.
This makes for a bracing and complex Negroni, or serve it over ice with orange and a dash of soda.
From the producer of Italy's oldest gin - Bordiga Bitter Verde is the green herbal foil to the citrus-tinged Bitter Rosso, with lifted, herbaceous notes of alpine botanicals, wild mint and genepy on the nose, with a sweetly bitter balance across the palate that takes well to ice and a splash of soda.
The primary botanicals are arnica, genepy, aniseed, eucalyptus and mint.
Byron Dry Gin distilled with native botanicals foraged from the heart of the local rainforest.
Hand-crafted on the Brookie's farm in the hinterland of Byron Bay.
Brookie's Dry Gin is a beautifully balanced combination of the finest regional botanicals in a truly classic gin.
Made in the traditional style of the English 'Sloe' gin, Brookie's Byron Slow Gin showcases a unique rainforest fruit native to the subtropical region of Byron Bay, the Davidson Plum.
Expect exhilarating flavours of rose, watermelon, and bright plum.
A smooth local from Byron Bay - expect decadent flavours of Butterscotch, Cacao & Coffee.
Mac. by Brookie's is a premium roasted Macadamia & Wattleseed liqueur.
Cointreau is a brand of triple sec - a premium French spirit that is both enjoyed as an aperitif and and digestif as well as an important ingredient in many cocktails.