Little Biddy Gin - Classic - 5th Anniversary Limited Edition, 700ml

New Zealand Botanical Gin (40%abv)
Regular price $87.99 NZD
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This Limited Edition Little Biddy Gin is one of only 500 bottles released to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of Reefton Distilling Co. opening, and to honour those who contributed to our success.

The gold in this gin symbolises the pioneers who sought brighter futures on the West Coast of New Zealand. Nestled in the West Coast rainforest, our distillery was established to harness the abundant rainfall and native botanicals, creating employment and attracting visitors to our small, rural town.

This iconic gin comes in a striking box for gifting or your own collection.

Reefton Distilling Co. opened its doors on 17 October 2018, crafting this iconic New Zealand botanical gin with fresh native Tarata, Toatoa, Horopito and Rimu.

Shipping is $7.50 for urban delivery, and $12 for rural delivery, in New Zealand. Delivery is by New Zealand Couriers. We endeavour to process all our orders within 1-2 working days.

If you would like to ship something to Australia please visit our Australian stockist.

All customer orders are carefully wrapped to ensure that products arrive safely and undamaged.

Alcohol cannot be left unattended or with a person under the legal drinking age. If you wish to have your goods left unattended, you will need to specify this in the Delivery Instructions section of the shopping cart.

At present we only ship to New Zealand and Australia. We cannot deliver to The Chatham Islands.

HOW DO I CHANGE MY ORDER?
If for any reason you wish to change your order, please email us as soon as you receive your confirmation email. Our system is designed to fill orders and get them on their way to you as quickly as possible. Once an order has been processed for the courier we are unable to make any changes.

If your order arrives in poor condition or damaged please contact us immediately and we will put it right.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused, unopened and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

We love our products but note that the taste of spirits is subjective and as such we can not offer returns for any spirits that do not meet your expectations in terms of taste or smell.

Sizing charts are included for clothing so please check these and choose carefully as we are not able to exchange.

You must be of legal age (18 years or older in New Zealand) to buy alcoholic goods from this online store. If you do not meet these requirements, it is illegal for you to place an order with us.

Botanicals

Toatoa

Phyllocladus alpinus also known as mountain celery pine is an inhabitant of Reefton’s lowland to sub-alpine rainforest.

This native plant delivers a vibrant resinous tannic character to our Little Biddy Gin range crushing leaves between your fingers releases subtle citrus elements that are quickly followed by rich, fresh pine resin notes.

Horopito

Pseudowintera colorata grows freely in the rainforest surrounding our distillery. Horopito is also known as the New Zealand pepper tree because its leaves have a hot peppery taste.

Horopito combines with old world spices to provide our Little Biddy Gin with a complex spicy sweet aromatic finish.

Tarata

Pittosporum eugenioides also known as native Lemonwood, gives a bright palate of citrus to our Little Biddy Gin range.

Familiar and yet completely new, distilled Tarata adds a fleeting green, woody, floral brightness that lingers.

Rimu

Dacrydium cupressinum grows in the ancient rainforest surrounding our distillery and is just one of the thirteen botanicals in our Little Biddy Gin range.

We only use fresh Rimu which adds to the strong pine resin note that characterises our Little Biddy Gin range.

Douglas fir

Pseudotsuga menziesii adds a strong pine resin note to our Little Biddy Gin - Classic

Although not a native to NZ, we include Douglas fir in our Little Biddy Gin range as a nod to the early settlers who like this majestic tree put down their roots here on the West Coast.