Country of origin: Australia Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 47.4% Bottle size: 700 ml
The second release ever for Melbourne Gin Company, their Single Shot gin uses a completely different distillation to their classic dry gin, with all the botanicals distilled at the same time.
Bolder, with a higher alcohol content at 47.4%, more juniper along with new botanicals including cardamom pods, bergamot orange, lavender and Tasmanian leatherwood honey, this is a bigger, and less traditional gin; representing Andrew's journey into the world of flavour and distillation.
Single Shot is a savoury juniper driven gin which shines brightly through a range of cocktail combinations
- In a G&T we suggest pairing with StrangeLove No.8 Tonic, garnished with fresh orange peel and fresh thyme
- For other gin cocktails, try a Gimlet, Bees Knees or a Martini
- 2018: Double Gold @ San Francisco World Spirits Awards
- 2018: Gin Master @ Gin Masters Awards London,
- 2018: Gold Medal @ World Gin Masters – Asia (Hong Kong)
The Melbourne Gin Company: the latest project from winemaker Andrew Marks, began with a love of gin and stovetop experiments, Andrew set out to create a gin that would live up to its name. This led to a journey into the world of alchemy and craft distilling, with a good deal of sampling along the way. The final product retains this artisan approach. For his MGC Dry Gin, Andrew distils each botanical individually in an alembic copper-pot still, balancing seasonal differences in the ingredients with a winemaker’s sensibility. His second release, Single Shot, distils all the botanicals at the same time.
The results for each gin are a unique take on the essence of Melbourne.
The Melbourne Gin Company is based at Gembrook overlooking the Gembrook Hill vineyard in the Yarra Valley, Victoria.
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