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Four Pillars Changing Seasons Gin

(70cl, 43.8%)

Four Pillars Changing Seasons Gin

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Changing Seasons Gin Bottling Note

Four Pillars Distillery in Australia teamed up with Japan's Kyoto Distillery to create Changing Seasons Gin, which brings together seasonal botanicals from their respective countries. This includes lemon myrtle, quandong and desert lime from Australia, as well as gyokuro tea, hinoki wood chips and bamboo leaf from Japan, and more.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Light, fragrant and fruity with plenty of citrus, though earthy, grassy hints slowly develop. Just a hint of vanilla sneaks through, too.

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Four Pillars Changing Seasons Gin Reviews

Delicate, interesting flavours

Delicate interesting gin and well balanced. Bravo! I suspect these producers maybe one of a handful of skilled distillers in an over ginned saturated world.

20th March 2021

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