Sing Gin

Sing Gin

$41.00 USD
70cl / 40%

Distilled in small batches, Sing Gin contains a blend of seven beautiful botanicals harmonise to create a rare and tantalising freshness with distinct floral undertones.

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RegionEngland

Distillery StatusOperational

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength40%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


Four Pillars started back in 2013 with three mates and one extraordinary copper still. Six years later, in 2019, Four Pillars Gin was named the world’s leading gin producer by the IWSC in London. They won again in 2020, making Australia’s favourite gin officially the world’s best. In 2022 they became Australia’s first certified carbon neutral gin distillery, and later in the year thier sustainability efforts were recognised on a global scale with the IWSC awarded us them the inaugural Green Spirits Initiative trophy. 

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