Four Pillars is probably the most recognized Australian gin currently on the market, and flies off the shelf for good reason. Created in Yarra valley, it is made with '4 pillars' in mind – the still, the water, the botanicals and love, hence the name. The Rare Dry Gin uses 10 botanicals, some of which are local (Tasmanian pepper-berry, lemon myrtle, and whole oranges). Lemon myrtle is a common ingredient used by most Australian gins to replace lemon. On the nose, light and sweet notes of juniper with fresh citrus and hints of mint. Candied notes of peel and warm woody spice develop on the palate. Dry finish with lasting notes of liquorice and lemon. Delicious oily viscosity.