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Tucked away in Erina, the products of this distillery demonstrate the interest and dedication of owner, Philip Moore. At the small cellar door you can taste, and purchase the international prize winning gins, vodkas and liqueurs.
I went there on a sunny Saturday afternoon on a long weekend with my parents. The three of us walked in and found the staff member serving a group of about 8. He didn't acknowledge us at all. He avoided all eye contact with us...More
My girlfriend and I visited on a not-so-busy Friday afternoon. We were able to take our time tasting the liquor selections over a friendly chat. There’s the familiar award winning Moore’s Gin and Mr. Black coffee liquor available, but also other lesser well known products...More
We visited the distillery on a Sunday afternoon
Waited for the current customers to purchase their bottles and then stood at the counter for over 15 minutes while the proprietor talked to a customer seeking information as his partner was going for a job with...More
What a fun and delicious experience! Matt gave us such a fantastic tasting experience, explaining the gins and their botanicals and the liquors. Two gins and three liquors to take home will keep us going till we come back! Plus, the grounds are beautiful! Do...More
This distillery is set on an acreage where they grow a variety of the botanicals used onsite to make a variety of gin. There is a variety to choose from including the award winning Moores, Roots & Leaves as well as a Old Toms Coffee...More
The fragrant garden was an incredible start to the experience, really full on aromas. The samples themselves were all really unique and well crafted - our favourites being the lemon Myrtle, raspberry schnapps and the two main gins botanical and Moore’s. The gentleman doing the...More
I remember when this place was just The Fragrant Garden. That by itself was worth a visit. But it has been enhanced by being a double attraction with the Distillery added. A lovely lady hosted our tasting. It was a Sunday we visited, and she...More