Archie Rose Signature Dry Gin 700ml
1 or more bottles$90.00
Perfectly balanced and wonderfully complex, this gin is accented by native Australian botanicals, including blood lime, Dorrigo pepperleaf, lemon myrtle and river mint. All underpinned by pronounced juniper. Our carefully crafted Signature Dry Gin uses fourteen traditional and native botanicals, each individually distilled in our 300L handmade copper pot still.
In the spirit of summer, we’re giving away a four-pack of our Gin & Tonic with Lemon & Pepperberry Canned Cocktails with every 700ml bottle of Signature Dry Gin (Australian orders only). You don’t need to do a thing—we’ll add the Canned Cocktails to your order when we’re packing it all up. Enjoy!
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About the brand Archie Rose
Founded in 2014 and located in Rosebery, Sydney – just a few kilometres south of the city – Archie Rose Distilling Co. is proudly Australia’s most highly awarded distillery producing a diverse range of whiskies, gins, vodkas and rums, as well as one-off collaborations, limited releases and spirits experiences.
Guided by our belief that spirits are best shared, we open our distillery doors to all who wish to experience the best that authentic local distilling has to offer.
Through our commitment to sharing our knowledge and processes, we invite you to create your own spirit onsite or online.
In all that we produce, we find continual inspiration in Australia’s illustrious distilling history, and by the quality and diversity of the crops and produce grown across our nation. We are proud to share our distinctive and innovative range to honour Australia’s rich spirit-making past and to continue to shape its future.