Four Pillars Has Launched a New Barrel-Aged Gin to Add to Your Gin Shrine
The Sherry Cask Gin is the distillery's first brand new product in two years.
The gin-making superstars at Four Pillars are at it again, this month unveiling their first new creation to hit shelves since 2016.
The latest addition to the Yarra Valley distillery's much-lauded barrel-aged program is the Sherry Cask Gin, which has just spent over a year in former sherry barrels, to lend a rich, intense character to the final drop. It's rounded out with notes of crushed coriander, pine needles and star anise, and infused with a small amount of Amontillado sherry to give some length and sweetness. According to the experts who made it, this one works well neat, or with sherry and orange bitters in a classic Tuxedo cocktail.
Also launching this month is the 2018 edition of Four Pillars' Chardonnay Barrel Gin, which used to go by the name of Barrel-Aged Gin. This time around, the spirit's enjoyed a full 12 months in chardonnay barrels, giving characters of ginger and spice, and an oak-driven sweetness. The Four Pillars team is recommending this one over ice, or with a sprig of rosemary and a drop of honey.
Both gins are available online or at selected independent retailers.
Published on March 07, 2018 by Libby Curran