eden whisky is distilled, crafted, matured and bottled at Wellington Park Distillery, nestled in the foothills of kunanyi (aka Mt. Wellington), Tasmania.
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With pristine water sourced from the Highland Lakes, botanicals sourced from the Tiers, and dedication and a commitment to staying true to their passion, Western Tiers Distillery is now producing a range of premium Tasmanian spirits. A triple-distilled, Single Malt Whisky, premium Gin, and for the rebellious at heart, a smooth and uniquely Tasmanian Poitín.
Waubs Harbour salt battered distillery, once an old oyster hatchery, sits on the edge of the ocean in the old fishing town of Bicheno, on the east coast of Tasmania.
Summerleas Distillery is a proudly Tasmanian distillery based in a valley between the foothills of kunanyi/Mt Wellington and Storm Bay in Southern Tasmania. Summerleas Gin is proudly and meticulously handcrafted by a 7th generation Tasmanian family.
Nearly 10 years in, Heidi Weitjens is a proud artisan distiller of Spirits in her Distillery, using the finest ingredients to handcraft award-winning products. The passion is strong and the discovery, ongoing.
Edge of the World Distillery is a family based boutique distillery. Perched on the west coast of Tasmania, Edge of the World Distillery is battered by the roaring forties winds which travel from Patagonia south America more than 16000km away untouched by land until they reach Edge of the World Distillery.
Boutique blenders of gin and native botanicals on Tasmania’s beautiful Dunalley Bay
Drifters End Distilling Company was founded by Chris and Sam – sisters, business partners, travel partners, and best friends.
Cradle Moutain Whisky is made in the North-West of Tasmania, a small island just a hop down south of the Australian Continent. To this day, Tasmania remains a land of pristine wilderness, fertile soils and unspoiled waters.
Charles Reuben Estate is a vineyard and tourist accommodation in Tasmania’s Coal River Valley.