41.3% ABV. Poor Toms steep ten botanicals in Australian wheat spirit, which is then single-shot distilled in a 200-litre Müller copper still. You'll notice a classic, dry juniper backbone complimented by fresh, zesty, green apple (used here instead of the more classic lemon), native strawberry gum leaf, and aromatic notes of chamomile. Australian lemon myrtle adds a refreshing and fruity citrus note. The finish is grassy, bright and fresh, infused with peppery sweetness.
Crafted with an eye on refreshment and drinkability, Sydney Dry is perfectly showcased in a strong G&T, a gin and soda, or a dry Martini. Blumer recommends you go strong, with a very dry tonic, a fresh strawberry and lots of ice to bring out the red fruit flavours, "It's still a dry gin so it's not sugary. That's why we serve it with a strawberry in a G&T. That's when it starts working its magic." We love the label illustration too. You'll have to grab a bottle to see for yourself!
Botanicals: juniper, coriander seed, angelica root, cinnamon bark and cardamom, cubeb pepper, strawberry gum leaf, freshly pressed granny smith apples, lemon myrtle and dried chamomile.