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  • Hendriks Orbium Gin

    Hendrik’s Orbium Gin

    The name Orbium comes from the Latin plural for a circle. A name chosen to reflect the rounded character of its botanical profile. It is the first quininated gin, with the addition of bitter quinine and wormwood. The iconic black apothecary style bottle of the original has been replaced with a lotus blossom blue one.

  • Tim Stones
    Meet the Distiller

    Tim Stones

    Prior to embarking on his career as a distiller, Tim Stones of Manly Spirits Co. Australia, worked as bartender and bar manager in bars such as Lab and Trailor Happiness before a 7 ยฝ year stint as Global Brand Ambassador for Beefeater Gin. Intrigued I asked him, what made you take the leap from brand ambassador to distiller?

  • Hibiscus
    Botanicals Distilled


    Hibiscus is a popular key botanical in gin often taking centre stage. It also pops up in mixers and is found paired with pomegranate and grapefruit where its tart fruitiness finds natural partners. It is the trumpet-shaped flowers or calyces that distillers are interested in. The calyces are tart to the point of bitterness, adding a jammy floral note to gin.