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Liquid gold on World Gin Day? We’ll drink to that!
King Island Distillery is already making waves to rival those of Bass Strait, with Heidi’s Native Gin.
Handcrafted with a collection of King Island and Australian native ingredients, some of which Heidi harvests by hand.
The Native Gin is traditionally distilled in 55-litre copper pot-stills.
“I tried and tested a mix of native botanicals many times, to discover a blend that works harmoniously together to create the right recipe for a classic dry gin,” Heidi says. “I distil in small batches with my ‘Copper Angels’, fulfilling the dream of capturing the taste of our King Island spirit in a bottle.”
There’s also a newly-released barrel-aged gin, which is matured in coopered barrels aboard a working lobster boat.
“The gin matures around the seas of our lovely island and looks like liquid gold,” Heidi says.
This is a sensational story, thank you!! Love the GINtastic review from Eat it Tassie. Extra special for this to be released on our happy World Gin Day.
Cheers Everyone!!! hh♡ 🌟🙏😁👌💞Heidi Weitjens King Island Distillery
May the Spirit of King Island always make you smile and feel safe, there is no time to waste, you will soon be determined to make haste and fly over yourself for a true taste, we can't wait to spoil you mate.
"Warm up with a dram of small batch handcrafted Whisky, Gin, Vodka and Bella Chella with Heidi Weitjens King Island Distillery. Meet hh♡ the Founder and Distiller and enjoy a Tour that is sure to lift your Winter Spirits."
A stunning beach with innocent curves stretching out for 1.6 km along the base of a Bay facing North, receives refracted Westerly swell from Cape Wickham.
A short drive branching off Cape Wickham Road leads to the beach. There sits a picnic table and chairs alongside stairs leading down to a truly beautiful white Sandy shoreline naturally made for relaxing, photographing walking, swimming and surfing.
Our visitors on King Island, particularly Golfers visiting Cape Wickham Golf Links, ask Heidi Weitjens "Why is it called Disappointment Bay?" So we share the about Neva the Ship, tragically wrecked on a Reef 186 years ago.
***** We share this story with you my Friends written by: ABC Northern Tasmania Article and Mr Whatley Photo - by Rick Eaves. Additionally, facts sourced from Beach Safe website.