✨🎄Merry Christmas everyone! 🎄✨
We’re off on holiday Sunday for a week, looking forward to some eating, drinking, fishing, presents and family fun in the sun 😃🎁
Thank you for following Curiosity Gin through the year. We hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and find plenty of opportunities to enjoy your gin responsibly!! 🍹🥃🍸🥤
I was on the radio today! On the National Program – Nine to noon show, talking about the New Zealand Gin-naissance and how we make our Curiosity Gins.
Click on the link below to listen if you missed it, hopefully you will find it interesting!!
Our Pinot Barrel Sloe is a strictly limited single batch. Made the traditional way, we brought from the UK the finest Sloe Berries available and steeped them in Curiosity Gin for several months in a barrel that was previously used to age Otago Pinot Noir. Sweetened with natural sugar before bottling, the resulting liqueur is a luscious red colour and exhibits the smooth and slightly bitter, intense sweet fruit flavours of a classic Sloe Gin with an added back note of the fruity Otago Pinot from the barrel in which it was made. his is New Zealand’s first and only Sloe Gin (as far as we know anyway!) and only 274 bottles were available from this one and only barrel.
Serving Suggestions: Fabulous in a long drink with Tonic, as a Sloe Gin Fizz or with Champagne as a Sloe Gin Royale it’s the perfect drink for a Kiwi summer
On Friday the four founders of The Spirits Workshop (Antony, Rod, Bernard and Sam) got together to discuss and celebrate the first year of operation. It was a fun evening looking back at some of the achievements of the past 12 months;
– releasing two gins and a vodka
– building a great stock of ageing whisky barrels
– winning a Gold, two Silvers and a Bronze at international competitions
– Selling our first private whisky cask
– making our first export order
and looking forward to the next twelve months and the things we have planned;
– release two more new gins before Christmas
– add the first “special” barrels to our whisky ageing program
– more than double the volume of whisky ageing
– to set up and run New Zealand’s first gin festival
– expand our distribution in New Zealand and export markets
And of course continuing to have fun and make fabulous spirits!