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Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin

(70cl, 41.8%)

Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin
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Four Pillars Rare Dry Bottling Note

Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin is made in a small distillery in Yarra Valley, Australia. Everything the Four Pillars distillers make is based around their four pillars - the still, the water, the botanicals and love. It's sort of a bit like the four elements of hip hop.

Pillar 1 - The Four Pillars copper-pot still is called Wilma. Pillar 2 - The water they use from Yarra Valley is triple filtered. Pillar 3 - They use some local botanicals (Tasmanian pepperberry, lemon myrtle), some exotic botanicals (cinnamon, cardamom, coriander seeds and star anise) and some classic botanicals (juniper, lavender, angelica root), as well as whole oranges to give Four Pillars Gin its flavour profile. Pillar 4 - The distillers love what they do and love what they have made. It all adds up to a vibrant Australian gin which stands out in cocktails, but tastes just superb neat.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: The juniper is light and sweet, supported by touches of chopped mint, fresh citrus and floral hints.

Palate: It opens with candied peels and angelica, with warm cinnamon and white pepper building to a spicy mid palate. Subtle fruity notes throughout.

Finish: Suitably drying on the finish, with lasting notes of liquorice and lemon zest.

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Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin Reviews

Any way

Visited Aus. last year from California and had 4 Pillars martini at $32. big ones in the restaurant/bar at the Opera House. Then in Yarra Valley, passed by their distillery. I LOVED it. Looking for where to purchase in California. Also LOVE Aus. and people. Colly/California

9th July 2020


Having bad headache after consuming this .
Test thick in spice .
Price is expensive

Quality similar range as Bombay and tranquen low range .

10th April 2020


I'm terribly disappointed to find that I dislike it intensely. Its very heavy handed on pepper, which to my taste (& I'm a pepper fiend) completely overpowers the juniper & obliterates any existance of citrus. I like my gin straight up so having to disguise the taste with a mixer is an unfortunate outcome for a much anticipated investment in a litre of award-winning gin. I wish I'd ignored the sales person & bought my favourite anejo tequila as intended.

25th March 2020

The Steve Smith of Gin

Four Pillars Dry, ushers in cerebrations that far outweigh a mere ABV.
It is light on the nose and yet somehow punchy when secondary flavour take control. No one would be so mistook to suggest it has a simple or unremarkable body, of course it is fantastically striking to the taste, but upon deeper inspection it’s spectacular subtlety is the allure in it’s finish.

As the summary suggests - unconventional, but a rare find. To be enjoyed on particular occasions over ice.

17th January 2020


Citrus with spice. Really good G+T.

23rd February 2019


Very expensive, not the gin flavour I'm used to... Awful, don't know where you get the idea it's a good drink!

2nd February 2019

Excellent Gin!

Excellent gin! Really enjoyed my bottle. I had been recommended this by a friend who writes for a well known gin reviewer, so I knew to expect good things but not this good. The distillers get this spot on, it’s truly cemented as one of my favourites!

19th January 2019


Excellent but nice

20th October 2018

Best G&T I've ever had.

I drink a lot of gins. I try them in various ways: straight up at first. Then with tonics, and I prefer Jack Rudy Tonic Syrup but if it's unavailable I will use Fentiman's or Fever Tree. I will never review something or make judgement until I've tried a variety. I add a squirt of lime, or lime cordial. Sometimes Crème de violette. All depends on the flavour profile I get. This gin, compared and tasted next to another great one (Panarea Island) is absolutely outstanding. With some Jack Rudy Tonic Syrup and Gerolsteiner Sparkling Water and a tiny hint of Rose's Lime Cordial... the BEST G&T I've ever had. Bar none. Hands down. Winner. I have to experiment more. Straight. Maybe with Violette. All that. I tasted it pure and it was good, but it just explodes with the right tonic and so far, that's definitely Jack Rudy. WOW. #1 for me right now.

1st November 2017

A delicious gin

A beautifully spiced gin, very smooth. Makes an excellent g&t with Feve-Tree tonic and a slice of lemon

4th February 2017

Fantastic Gin, made my top 3

Brilliant with a slice of orange a real stand out gin.

3rd February 2017


Friends raved about this gin. My husband bought me a bottle and I looked forward to it as gin and tonic is my preferred drink. I do not like it at all. Too many competing flavours and the finish is not refreshing like most gins. Four Pillars has a sickly aftertaste.

17th December 2016


bought to me as a present and it is amazing want to know where I can get it is citrus, perfumed, spicy as I said amazing.

19th July 2016

A revelation!

I have been enjoying my first bottle of this superb gin over the last several days. So far I have had it with tonic, with tonic and lime, with tonic and lemon and neat both straight and on the rocks. It is wonderful in all situations, but it is the first gin that I personally think is the most smooth and enjoyable neat. If you are a gin drinker, I could not imagine that the uniqueness and enjoyment would not be there for you. "Nuff said - back for my next sip.

11th June 2016


This gin will change your life. Stunning.

4th March 2016


Never liked gin before, but this was a totally different taste. Spiced flavour is excellent and long lasting. Think you might of converted me. Love it.

2nd March 2016


silky smooth with beautiful Asian spice. had it in a martini and I was in heaven. wow.

5th June 2015

Four Pillars gin

What a fantastic and distinctive taste, Very surprising, and a beautiful long finish.

26th May 2015

John In Fairfield

Delicate, sophisticated and delicious. Makes a great martini with Noilly Prat and a twist of lemon peel.

21st May 2015


An outstanding gin which does not disappoint

1st May 2015


Aromatic, citrus, perfumed, a little spicy, and just plain yummy. A complex, layered and delicious gin.

9th January 2015

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