We regularly change into too accustomed to consuming the identical factor every week, so when a restricted version collaboration of this magnitude comes alongside, it’s value paying consideration.
That will be a brand new restricted version espresso gin liqueur created by the Singapore Tourism Board in collaboration with famed pastry chef Anna Polyviou, coming straight from Singapore’s first-ever gin distillery, Tanglin Gin.
Designed as a hybrid between the flavours of Singapore and Australia, the distinctive honey bean espresso gin liqueur has been launched nationwide with a really restricted batch brew of 250 bottles.
It’s hoped that the hand-crafted gin will present Aussies with a distinct form of style of Singapore whereas travelling regular bubbles again up.
“With journey between Australia and Singapore briefly on maintain, it was necessary for me to have the ability to assist give Australians entry to the flavours and vibes of Singapore,” stated Polyviou. “I’ve by no means been concerned in a collaboration like this earlier than and it was a chance I couldn’t cross up. With the ability to affect the creation of a brand new product, from idea proper by way of to the packaging, has been very particular and I’m actually proud [of] what we’ve produced.”
Given each Singapore and Australia have a deep and timeless love for espresso, enjoying round with this flavour was a no brainer. The Honey Bean Espresso Gin Liqueur makes use of espresso sourced from the Atherton Tablelands in Australia in addition to espresso from specialist roasters in Singapore. Singapore-produced honey is then blended in with the creaminess of Australian macadamia nuts to additional the mix of each nations.
The Honey Bean Espresso Gin Liqueur is a really versatile addition to any cocktail, though we think about most could be utilizing it to create a distinct form of Espresso Martini.
Solely 250 bottles of the Honey Bean Espresso Gin Liqueur can be found from Dan Murphy’s on-line and chosen stockists for $59.00.