The very centre of the CBD isn't where you'd expect to find a craft gin distillery, but that's where Prohibition Liquor Co resides. In fact, the award-winning producer is Adelaide's first city distillery and tasting room, both whipping up and serving its handmade small-batch spirits onsite.
Chief among the brand's tipples is its Original Prohibition Gin. It doesn't need a complicated name — but, thanks to a hefty range of botanicals, it serves up quite the deep and complex flavour. Here, blood orange and red grapefruit combine with juniper (obviously), coriander, ginger root, lemon myrtle, green tea, vanilla and lavender. Understandably, it goes down particularly well with tonic.
And, if you find yourself on Gilbert Street, the OG gin is part of Prohibition's gin flights — which cost $24 for three 20-millilitre serves, and can be paired with everything from toasties and sliders to tapas. The tasting room also boasts a sizeable cocktail lineup, unsurprisingly.