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Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin @ Amazon (Sold by Boozebud) $59.41 Delivered (with Coupon Selected) - $69.90 without Coupon

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Looking at getting this for a gift for a relative, while this isn't the cheapest its ever been it seems to be a decent deal at the moment.

Just tick the box to apply the coupon, the price is discounted during checkout.

Thanks to thedragon:

"Interestingly the discount is only applied to the first bottle added to the cart. Nothing stopping you for making more than order, if you’re buying multiple bottles, which seems a shame to not reduce packaging and shipping." :)

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  • Nice. Appears to apply also to a range of other gin.

    4 Pillars shiraz gin is also available

  • If you don’t have the coupon for whatever reason, Dan’s also has it for $64.95.

  • This is well worth spending a few bucks extra for a quality gin

  • Interestingly the discount is only applied to the first bottle added to the cart. Nothing stopping you for making more than order, if you’re buying multiple bottles, which seems a shame to not reduce packaging and shipping.

  • I like the Roku gin. Is this comparable?

    • I like Roku too, but I prefer this one. They’re different, but both very good. I like also that the four pillars in made in Victoria.

      Give the four pillars a go.

    • I prefer Roku or tanq 10 or botanist
      This one tastes like aniseed or similar

  • Stacked with 6% shopback and 3% sunCorp GC -$54

  • The flour pillars which was given the award wasnt this gin. It's the same with all the Gold awards for wine, what's sold to consumers is a totally different product.

    Welcome to the Australian Alcohol Scam.

    Guaranteed the juniper would have been from a micro lot, adultered and treated a lot different from a consumer product.

    Half the time they're buying in tons worth of juniper and splitting with other distilleries for consumer products.

    Same goes with the vineyards who enter into the gold medal / label comp.

    Source: labelling company in the alcohol/marijuana industry who works closely with some of Australia's leading wineries.

    • I've been to their distillery. All they do is, infuse spices in copper vats to ethanol taken in bulk in huge plastic containers. You can see those plastic containers full of ethanol inside stacked against each other. Once I questioned about it, they were very upfront about it too.

      So they don't make their own ethanol, they just buy commercially made ethanol, then distil it with their mix of spices in copper vats, bottle it and do a whole lot of marketing to sell a "craft gin".

      • ethanol

        Ahem good sir, grain neutral spirits

        • Agree..ethanol is ethanol and it's independent of the source..but the point here is, it's not distilling its own ethanol, and they never disclose this anywhere, unless you ask them. They call themselves a distillery, which they are..but not the full picture..I'm sure when you pay good coin for a "craft gin", the consumer should have a good idea what they are getting for their money. Get a cough lolly while you're at it, good sir/madam.

      • Been drinking gin for decades, it's not particularly eye opening. The batch is different however, some of the awards are certainly the product we end up with depending on the competition.
        The product still is considered quality, most gin drinkers agree. I've been lucky enough to taste a plethora of gins associated with my previous employment. It's almost impossible to find a gin of this standard at a similar price point. It's universally recognised/enjoyed 'off the shelf' and I believe to be better variant than Roku (just an opinion) and I'd be fairly certain most gin aficionados would share a similar sentiment. :)

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