Four Pillars Gin Navy Strength 70cl

Australian Gin • 70cl • 58.8%
Product details
Four Pillars Gin Navy Strength
Country Australian Gin
Distillery/Brand Four Pillars Distillery

Four Pillars Navy

A Navy Strength addition to the Four Pillars range of gins distilled in Australia! Not only has this been bottled at an intense 58.8% ABV, they've also added finger limes to their botanical selection (which also includes Tasmanian pepperberry, lemon myrtle, cinnamon, cardamom, coriander seeds, star anise, juniper, lavender, angelica root and whole oranges).

Winner of 9 spirit awards

Gin - Contemporary Styles - 2022
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Gin - Contemporary Styles - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition
Gin - 2022
London Spirits Competition
Navy Strength - 2019
The Gin Masters (The Spirits Business)
Navy Strength - 2018
The Gin Masters (The Spirits Business)

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Reviews for Four Pillars Gin Navy Strength
Powerful, delicious, versatile.
If you are a fan of naval strength gins, and you're looking for something thats intense and packing a serious amount of fresh botanicals I don't think you can go too far wrong with this expression from Four Pillars. The finger limes give this a level of clean citrus intensity that I'd never had before. I have been told that at the distillery they suggest this is served solo over ice; personally I think this is best with a premium tonic and a little fresh ginger. Because of its strength, you don't need much, and it just keeps giving you bags of flavour all the way down - for me thats the beauty of naval strength gins and after all who wants a watery G&T? It's also a touch herbaceous and subtly sweet. Incredibly smooth to-boot and wouldn't be lost in a Gimlet, Gin Sour or any number of other gin based concoctions. It's an absolute cracker.
Sam Y , United Kingdom
2 years ago