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IWSC 2020 Gin Winners

Four Pillars Olive Leaf Gin

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IWSC 2020 Silver Award Winner

Four Pillars Olive Leaf Gin

From Four Pillars Distillery

Four Pillars is a small Australian distillery based in Healesville in Melbourne’s Yarra Valley. Founded in 2013, they make a variety of gin based on their four pillars of great copper stills; pristine Yarra Valley water; traditional, exotic and indigenous botanicals, and a massive amount of love and attention to detail at every stage of their craft.

Wilma was their first 450L copper pot still, commissioned from CARL in Stuttgart (the best artisan still makers in the world). Today, with more gins to make and constant growth, Wilma has been joined by big sisters Jude and Beth and little sisters Eileen and Coral (who are perfect for experimental distilling).

They now proudly share a diverse range of gins, ranging from their original multi award winning Rare Dry Gin, to their awesome Bloody Shiraz Gin. Four Pillars is bringing their delicious, modern Australian take on gin to the world.™ flavour guidance

Savoury and Elegant

Distilled with olive oil and olive leaf, it is textural and bright, perfect for a devilishly good martini.

Ideal mixer: Mediterranean Tonic

Recommended garnish: Lemon Slice and Rosemary Sprig

Ideal serve: Dirty Martini

Olive Leaf and Olive Oil

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Nose:A bright citrus scent stemming from Australian lemon myrtle, ripe lemons and grapefruit, with the presence of fresh bay leaf and rosemary.
Palate:A beautiful, generous texture resulting from olive oil and macadamia nuts, with balanced flavours of subtle olive, crisp lemon and fresh herb.
Finish:Leaves a clean savoury impression, that has a longing for more effect.
Serve:Fantastically refreshing with a mixer and garnished with lemon and a rosemary sprig, or stirred over ice with dry vermouth and garnished with olives to make the world’s best dirty martini.