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Dasher and Fisher Gin 3 Pack

Dasher and Fisher Gin 3 Pack

$31.66 Per Bottle

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$94.99 (Case 3 x 200ml)

45.0%
Northern Tasmania
200ml
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$94.99
45.0%
Northern Tasmania
200ml
  • THE BRIEF
  • THE FINER DETAILS
  • WHO MADE IT?
  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • THE BRIEF
  • Dasher & Fisher gins come from the Southern Wild Distillery in Devenport, Tasmania. They are an expression of the wildness and beauty of Tasmania's North-West coastal region.

    All of the Dasher & Fisher gins include the 'Tassie Trio' of ingredients - native pepperberry, lavender and wakame seaweed. From there, various different botanicals are used to give each gin - Mountain, Meadow or Ocean - its unique flavour profile.

    Not sure which expression best suits you? Grab this fantastic 3 Pack with 200ml bottles of the Meadow, Mountain and Ocean gins, and take them all for a test spin!

  • THE FINER DETAILS
  • WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT?


    Lifted floral aromas on the nose with a fragrant and grassy character. Did someone say meadow? Notes of coriander, pepper and hints of mint add complexity and depth. The palate is forward and quite dry, with lingering citrus notes, and a touch of honeysuckle sweetness, leading to a long and dry finish.

  • WHO MADE IT?
  • It’s probably the bespoke copper still that best captures the perfectionist nature of George Burgess, Dasher + Fisher’s distiller extraordinaire. In short, ‘Emily’ was designed and built by Burgess himself as he was unable to find a still maker to custom build to his precise specifications.

    Burgess wanted a still designed to maximise the vapour process and produce the smoothest possible spirit, a still that functioned in the fashion of a copper pot still, bringing depth and complexity, yet without the direct heat and rusticity associated with this type of distillation. Burgess found that such a still did not exist and so he set about forming his own company to produce it, with the support of his partner in crime, Grant Hirst. Stillsmiths Tasmania now have clients not only on mainland Australia but also as far afield as New Zealand and Germany. Welcome to the uncompromising world of George Burgess.

    An experienced food scientist by trade, and amateur distiller for over ten years, Burgess had his Damascene moment when two local growers, in the same season, presented him with the same ingredient harvested from two different environments around Devonport. The first sample was grown in a place called Paradise, in the foothills of Mount Roland, while the second was grown not so far away in the river lands of Wilmot. For a change, Burgess decided to distill the botanicals separately, and the resulting spirits ended up being not just subtly different, but wildly different.

    Burgess realised that spirits were much more reflective of the raw ingredients than he had previously thought and that, moreover, a gin could intensely reflect both place and season. He began an adventure in local sourcing and foraging that would lead to the creation of Dasher + Fisher. These gins take their name from the two wild rivers that flow down from the Cradle Mountain and feed into the distillery’s water supply. In Dasher + Fisher Burgess has created a trio of remarkably precise, premium gins built around highlighting the seasonal, fresh ingredients and passionate growers of northern Tasmania.

  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • HUON HOOKE - THE REAL REVIEW


    The gift box is fun. Not only do they make good cocktails, they taste good neat and comparing them is fascinating.