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HD Gin Bottle Still
Our legacy

High Quality Spirits

We are on this journey because after decades of working for other business owners, we wanted to setup a family business that our children can take over and work for themselves. We have a strong belief in providing good quality, hand crafted spirits to the local and international community using locally sourced ingredients, where possible, in a sustainable fashion.

The Process

HOW WE MAKE OUR GIN

We use vapour distillation to create our gins. We load the still with our neutral spirit, then place all of the botanicals in the column. As the neutral spirit is heated, the alcohol vapours pass up through the column coming in contact with botanicals. The volatile flavour and aroma chemicals in each of the botanicals is then carried along with the alcohol vapours through to the condenser, which cools the vapour back down to a liquid. Once the full run is completed, we measure the final abv% of the product so we can proof it down to the appropriate strength. The gin then rests in the storage vats for at least two weeks to allow all of the flavours to harmonise before bottling and labelling ready for sale.

Juniper Berries

You cannot call the spirit gin, without the base botanical Juniper "Berries". It's actually the seed cone from Juniperis Communis. Contribution: woody, piney, resinous

Coriander Seed

Another core ingredient at the base of nearly all gins. The seeds release a strong, lemony citrus aroma when crushed. Contribution: nutty, spicy, citrussy

Angelica Root

Used typically as a binding agent (similar to Orris Root), angelica has an earthy, slightly herbal, slightly bitter flavour. Contirbution: flavour stability, earthy, herbal

Liquorice Root

Not so much used for anise flavour but more for the sweetness in the aftertaste that this root provides. Contribution: wood, mouth feel, sweet aftertaste

Rosemary

Home grown rosemary is used in small quantities to reinforce the sweetness of the liquorice root as well as adding a wonderful herbaceous, floral middle note. Contribution: piney, fresh, savoury, floral

Pink Grapefruit Peel

One of the stars of the show, the unique flavour and aroma of pink grapefruit adds an explosion of citrus. Contribution: citrus, citrus, citrus

Lemon Myrtle

With very citral content, this Australian native adds another layer of citrus to both the aroma and flavour of the product. Contribution: citrus

Cassia Bark

A slightly softer version of its relative, cinnamon, cassia adds a nice warm middle note of subtle spice. The last aroma remaining in the bottle. Contribution: soft cinnamon spice

Kaffir Lime Leaf

Another one of our home grown ingredients, the leaf of the Kaffir Lime provides a nice lemon-lime note without altering too much else. Contribution: citrus

Homemade for you

flavourful recipes

Classic Martini

15 ml of Dry Vermouth

70 ml of Signature Dry Gin

Lemon Peel or Olives

Gin and Tonic

70 ml Signature Dry Gin
200-300 ml Tonic Water

Dehydrated Pink Grapefruit slices

Ice Cubes

Sundowner

70 ml Signature Dry Gin

250 ml Tonic Water

30 ml Passoa Liqueur
1 teaspoon Passion fruit pulp

Ice Cubes

Hillarys Distillery

Unit 2, 4 Glory Road
GNANGARA WA 6077
0423 371 612

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