The World's First Cannabis-Infused Hemp Gin Distilled with Terpenes
This complex Australian gin is the only cannabis alcohol to ever win at San Francisco World Spirits Competition (widely regarded as the world's best spirits comp). Small-batch crafted in Healesville Victoria, each one of these unique hemp gins is specially distilled using terpenes found in cannabis. Terpenes are the primary constituents of the essential oils in many types of medicinal plants and flowers.
Bubblegum aromas blend with lavender, pine forest and sage. Soft tones of violet interact on the palate with woodland flavours of rosemary and resin, cloves and woody spices. With a long complex finish and a rich mouthfeel, The Myrcene is perfect paired with a premium tonic. Try it poured over a wedge of lemon with a sprig of fresh rosemary to really bring out those piney aromas. This complex award-winning gin represents the marriage of past and future.
An aura of the Kimberley’s Twin Lakes region comes to mind, scents of jilungin and wild lemongrass bringing forth a refreshing coolness reminiscent of a wetlands breeze on a hot summer’s day. Citrus elements of finger lime intertwine with cinnamon myrtle, while a heavy dose of juniper and coriander keep the spirit firmly entrenched in the tradition of a truly classic gin. On the palate, exotic notes of spice interact with a deep earthiness. Hemp’s naturally nutty flavour interacts with native botanicals to bestow an almost hazelnut quality upon the gin, brightening up a rich fullness to the mouth feel.
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Combining 13 exotic botanicals with β-caryophyllene (one of the most beneficial terpenes in cannabis), has enabled us to distil an exceptionally easy-drinking spirit.On the nose you'll experience tropical immersion, reminiscent of that point where the beach meets the jungle on a remote coastline of the Coral Sea. Fresh tones of grapefruit blend with ginger, turmeric and cinnamon. On first sip, a heady dose of spice meets strong notes of citrus lime, balanced by fragrant rosemary, blossoming into a long dry finish through the complex interaction between earthy lows and floral highs.