Prohibition’s Mum's Gin 500ml

  • Prohibition’s Mum's Gin combines a lush nose of fresh berries and flowers.
  • Bold yet refined, this gin balances delicate flavours in unapologetically vibrant ways.
  • Serves beautifully neat on ice, as a fruity G&T or gin & soda, or as a rich and colourful martini, with raspberry & mint leaf garnish.
  • 1 or more bottles
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Editors notes

Prohibition’s Mother’s Day Gin combines a lush nose of fresh berries and flowers. Bright pomegranate is intertwined by robust raspberry and vanilla on the palate, giving mouthfeel and finesse. Piney juniper, fragrant rose, hibiscus and lavender, in harmony with sunrise lime & riverland lemon zest balances this special drop. Bold yet refined, this gin balances delicate flavours in unapologetically vibrant ways.


Tasting Profile

  • Light (Light)
    Full (Full)
  • Sweet (Sweet)
    Dry (Dry)
  • Aroma
    • Elderflower
    • Juniper
    • Violet
  • Palate
    • Juniper
    • Lemon
    • Liquorice

Food Pairings

  • Cheese

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About the brand Prohibition Liquors

Prohibition Liquor Co. pays homage to the shadowy, underground industry of the 1920s prohibition era, where gin was the liquor of choice produced by clandestine bootleggers. Even after a century, their spirit lives on through the brand.

In 2015, two friends from Adelaide had a crazy plan to start a gin distillery. One had experience in the food & beverage industry, while the other was a graphic designer with a passion for creating brands. From a humble start in an inner-suburban garage, the Prohibition brand quickly became a success and later opened their city distillery in 2017 featuring a beautiful 900L Copper Pot Still named 'Mary'. They expanded the venue with the opening of Bootleg Coffee Co and Next Door cocktail bar, making Prohibition an Adelaide institution.

Prohibition Liquor Co. is committed to crafting ultra-premium gins, which starts at Gilbert Street and extends to every venue and bottle shop representing their spirits across Australia and around the world. Their globally awarded spirits are truly world-class, with accolades from San Francisco to Singapore and across Australia.

Head Distiller Hugh Lumsden leads the team, sourcing only the finest quality botanicals to create a unique range of hand-crafted gins. The gins feature exotic combinations of traditional ingredients from across the globe and are distilled with locally sourced, native Australian botanicals.

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