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Dasher and Fisher Meadow Gin

Dasher and Fisher Meadow Gin

'Again very clean, fresh, and pristine with definite orange/citrus elements, but much more than that – very complex and fascinating. Again very long and warming. Superb.'
Huon Hooke, The Real Review

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  • 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.

    The Meadow gin is described as a 'Modern Gin,' and is certainly the prettiest of the range. 15 different botanicals showcase the lavender and oranges picked from local gardens and fields. Wild meadow florals like lavender and sage with overtones of freshly picked oranges remind you more of the Amalfi Coast than Bass Strait. The sweet, hot palate gives way to an echo of juniper. Red grapefruit is the garnish of choice for your G+T.

  • WINEMAKER'S NOTES

    DISTILLATION: Pot and Vapour distilled / 90 Proof.

    BOTANICALS: 15 botanicals including lavender, juniper, fresh orange, herbs (including wild bay, rosemary and sage) picked from local gardens and fields, coriander, cardamom, wild fennel, wakame seaweed and Tasmanian Highland pepperberries.

    TASTING NOTES

    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.

  • REVIEWS

    'Again very clean, fresh, and pristine with definite orange/citrus elements, but much more than that – very complex and fascinating. Again very long and warming. Superb. '
    Huon Hooke, The Real Review