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20% Off Australian Blood Orange Craft Liqueur $62.50 + $4.99 Shipping @ Great Drops


Here is your perfect Christmas gift for that someone special who loves a good bottle of Australian Craft alcohol. This Original Blood Orange Minello delivers the sweetness you would expect from a liqueur, blended with a light kick of alcohol, which gives it an almost digestivo character. Finally, Blood Orange – flavour and colour – is layered on top.

Great drops have partnered with select Australian Artisans (small batch independent distillers) to develop their version of an aperitif, digestive, or liqueur, inspired by the makers own cultural heritage and life experience.

These creations are named Minello, and the first has been made with blood orange by Wayne Bourke from Bathtub Gin Company. His inspiration is found in Australia’s multi-cultural roots and late teenage years, where several nationalities (Italians, Greeks, French, Chineses and German) would visit the family home bringing gifts. His father, literally, used to call their house the UN, and during this time Wayne got exposed to cultures and traditions behind great food and drink.

This is a limited first edition edition batch with only limited stock left. Offer ends Tuesday December 1st at 12pm or until stock is sold. Happy Cyber Monday!

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2020

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  • isn't this just an ad since it doesnt seem to be available elsewhere and you can set whatever starting price you want and discount from there??

    • +2 votes

      Hi Allmails888,

      Ever since this bottle launched 9th November 2020 it has been priced at $75.00 on the great drops website. A 24 hour discount of 20% has been applied for Cyber Monday and it will resume to normal price 12pm Tuesday 1st December.

      This product is a collaboration between great drop and a small batch producer (Bathtub Gin Company) and therefore exclusive to great drops, which is why you can only find it here. This bottle is made in limited batches due to its labour intensity where 200 ripe and imperfect blood oranges are rested for weeks and only bottled once the drink hits its sweet spot. :)

      I hope this answers your queries - happy hunting and merry X-mas!

  • smells like an ad to me