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Four Pillars Navy Strength Gin

Four Pillars Navy Strength Gin

Citrus, spice, heat

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Readily available in Cebu.

ABV: 58.8%
Sizes: 500ml, 700ml


Best Gin - 2019 American DIA
Best Gin - 2018 Stuttgart IWSC
Best Gin - 2016 Hong Kong IWSC
Master - Global Gin Awards (2017 to 2019)
Double Gold - 2019 Stuttgart IWSC
Gold - 2019 San Francisco WSC
Gold - Hong Kong (2014, 2016)

Taste Notes

How to Enjoy

Southside: Combine Four Pillars Navy Strength Gin, lime juice, and sugar syrup in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake vigorously and strain into a chilled coupette. Garnish with a mint leaf.

About this Product

Navy Strength Gin is an intense but smooth gin, made for cocktails. This overproof gin is distilled with native finger limes and fresh ginger in the botanical basket, giving it great power and intensity. Turmeric adds weight to the palate and a fresh but earthy quality, and the palate is sweet and juicy but still very clean.

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About Four Pillars

From a small craft distillery to being named the world's leading gin producer two years in a row, Four Pillars began their journey in 2013 with three mates and one extraordinary copper still. They called her Wilma (after Cameron’s beautiful late mother), and she has since been joined by Jude, Eileen, Beth and Coral. Six years later, in 2019, Four Pillars Gin was named the world’s leading gin producer by the IWSC in London. They won again in 2020, making Australia’s favourite gin officially the world’s best.

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