The range of gin flavours has expanded phenomenally with the advent of craft distilleries over the past decade or so. While the tried-and-true botanical mixes are still deservedly popular, artisan distillers have opened the door on new botanicals that have never been tried before, and the scope for adventurous new flavours is nearly endless.
Craft gins tend to be more expensive than mainstream gins because of the relatively high costs of small-batch production. However, many established and new lovers of gin accept this as a worthwhile trade-off in exchange for great new flavours and the hands-on craftsmanship in artisan gins.
We here at the Blue Mountains Gin Company adhere to craft distilling’s small-is-beautiful approach. We also aim to promote awareness of gin’s potential to continue broadening its horizons in the future. Unique among spirit drinks, gin is so versatile that no matter how many brands are on the market, there will probably always be scope for new and different gins.