King Island Distillery News

The point of world listening day is for us to heighten our awareness and realise the benefits to consciously practise better listening and understanding.
   Buddy is always listening out for the sounds around us, where we live, or at the beach. Even at the King Island Distillery, sometimes I can't even guess what he has heard.  Maybe it's just me always talking about how hh♡ loves distilling the handcrafted spirits of King Island, Tasmania, with love, that is interesting listening ;-).      
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King Island Gin, Cured Salmon, Cheddar Cheese

A proud local and I love our premium products and passionate people. In so many ways King Island has, and, highlights quality with all that we produce.

King Island Distillery hh♡ Native Gin - cured salmon, made and gifted by Ian.

Stokes Point Cheddar Cheese - slices, from Claire King Island Dairy.

Native King Island Saltbush leaves - garnish, grown by Heidi.

A very welcome surprise, gifted an array of King Island taste sensations. A superb snack, all products made on King Island, by locals proud of our brand.

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Heidi with a customer holding native succulent in abolone shell
Making a difference to the King Island beaches and coastline planting hh♡ regenerated native plants with the help of King Island Distillery customers.
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Bella Chella naturally works to compliment Soda and Ice cream day. Held Nationally on the 20th June in the USA, so hence my GINspiration for a delightful dessert  hh♡ Bella soda recipe  30ml King Island Distillery Bella Chella Limoncello 30ml...
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World Martini Day is celebrated on the third Saturday of June.

It’s a Gintastic day to celebrate a GINcredible drink. 

This King Island Martini recipe is King Island Distillery Native Gin, or Ruby Grapefruit Spirit (Vodka), with a dash of Vermouth to make it a smooth cocktail.


Make your Martini Cocktail by;

30ml Ruby Grapefruit Spirit, or Native Gin + 10ml dry, or, sweet Vermouth

Stir for 30 seconds + Garnish with a lemon twist, or add one, or three olives.

Easy :-)

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