Taylor and Smith Honey Gin is a special collaboration between forager-chef Analiese Gregory, her honey bees and Taylor & Smith Distilling Co. Each beeswax-lined bottle celebrates the essence of 561 500 blossoms—an ambrosia that captures the Tasmanian Spirit, with gentle sweetness from Analiese’s hives.
The special relationship between place and flavour defines Taylor & Smith. It is this same quality that Analiese Gregory celebrates in her cookbook How Wild Things Are and SBS show A Girl’s Guide To Hunting, Fishing and Wild Cooking. Tasmania’s wild island has long inspired her. From Michelin-starred restaurants to redefining farm-to-table living in her rustic Huon Valley farmhouse, Analiese looks to nature's pantry for her flavours.
Waves of musk dance around the paperbark. Distinct florals leap out first before the bush honey brings reminders of the native plants the bees have visited, layers of myrtle and bottlebrush. The wax smooths, rounds, and offers up plenty of lush texture. It finishes with a decent hit of juniper to remind you it is very much a gin.
Honey Gin can be as easily be sipped alone, or slipped into endless cocktail variations.
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