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Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin 700ml $55.96 ($54.56 w/eBay Plus) | 1L $84.79 ($82.67 w/eBay Plus) Delivered @ BoozeBud eBay

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Pretty good price for Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin.

Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin 1L Bottle $82.67 with eBay Plus
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Region: Victoria, Australia
Style: London Dry Gins, Gins
Size: 700ml or 1000ml
Alcohol: 41.8%

Four Pillars Distillery is at the forefront of the booming Australian craft spirits movement, known fr its innovation and commitment to using fresh, 100% Australian ingredients to create memorable gins. It focuses on crafting small-batch recipes of different styles of gin, using a small Yarra Valley still. The Rare Dry Gin is made in the London Dry style, featuring juniper berries, but also including the robust Australian botanicals and flavours that Four Pillars specialises in. Juniper is the foundation, as a tart-sweet botanical, but there are other spicy aromatics including star anise and cinnamon from southeast Asia. Australian lemon myrtle blends perfectly with Tasmanian pepper leaf for the perfect finish. This is an easy-drinking gin, despite the whirlwind of flavours, and is perfect served with organic Aussie tonic and wedges of lime and lemon.

Excludes: Northern Territory, QLD Far North, QLD Regional, SA Regional, Tasmania, VIC Regional, WA Regional, WA Remote

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Comments

  • +16

    Bloody Shiraz Gin is $63.37 with Ebay Plus too, which appears to be a decent price

  • +16

    For those that can’t be bothered with doing the maths the 700ml bottle works out to be marginally better value

    • $77.94

    • 👍

    • +1

      despite that, the 1L bottle has now sold out

  • +1

    Archie Rose Distilling Co. Distiller's Strength Gin 700mL Bottle - $74.90 Delivered for eBay Plus Members as well, pretty good pricing

    • Good find cheers

  • Thanks OP. Got one.

  • what is the best to drink gin? i have one unopen.
    i read tonic water? hmm ok will try get the small bottle tonic first (i think getting the 1L tonic will be waste it wont taste good after a few days, right?)_

    • +4

      1 part gin 3 parts tonic water and then a lemon wedge

      • +1

        and run the lemon around the rim at well.

        • +3

          Then throw it out and grab something else :P

        • +2

          Never heard of that, I will trying rimming my glass next time 😂

          • +4

            @Bretttick: Rimming is essential .. my wife insists on it (err sorry that hasn't come out right) but she can't stand gin unless I rub the lime - yes not a lemon!!! - around the glass rim.

            Lime is the key . it is 'spicey' compared to the zingy lemon.

          • +1

            @Bretttick: ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

      • +3

        I find citrus tends to overwhelm the flavour of the gin. Good if you’re stuck with Gordon’s and that is the intent, though!

        • +1

          i have the Forty Spotted Australian Citrus Gin :D

      • I also only use Schweppes tonic bottle

    • +4

      A favourite of mine is gin and tonic with an orange peel and sprig of rosemary, bit fancy and very tasty

      • Oh…I need to try this. Any particular gin?

        • +1

          No doesn't matter .. if you really want to hop in at the deep end .. char the rosemary sprig a little .. just a little

    • +1

      Personally I like Gin & Tonic with a bit of Rosemary or Mint. Be sure to slap the plant cutting to release the flavour. G&T with cucumber is also a fan favourite. I recommend if you use cucumber to use a peeler on the cucumber and line the peeling on the inside of the glass. Enjoy

      • How many shavings of cucumber per glass?

    • +8

      Most comments aren't quite right.

      The truth is, most gins have an ideal pairing. Four Pillars Rare Dry is best paired with a slice of orange; a lot of London dry gins are typically paired with a lime; Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz I tend to use a slice of blood orange.

      The Botanist is a gin that is pretty flexible - it can pair really well with a lot of things. Most recently I used rosemary + orange and it was sensational.

      Four Pillars I'd recommend 1 shot gin to 2-3 shots tonic. I would also buy good tonic (such as Fever tree) if you're spending money on good gin.

      Edit: Four Pillars are possibly the #1 gin maker in the world right now.

      • +1

        Like Hendricks and cucumber

    • +1

      Gin + soda water. Tonic water overpowers the gin (for me anyway).

    • A bit pricey but I enjoy it with fevertree tonic water as opposed to schwepps. Far less sugary.

      • Capi dry tonic is also really good.

    • I would like to add a different view and suggest you try negroni if you are not necessarily looking to just taste the gin.

  • +3

    Four Pillars is the best … if you are a gin lover, the Healesville Maker Session that Four Pillars run is absolutely fabulous.

    • +2

      What do you think of Roku gin?

  • Cheers OP. Have only tried their Bloody Shiraz, so will give this a go now.

  • Just bought their Rarer Dry Gin a few days ago, now see this post made attempting to buy another rare bottle

  • Better value buying the 700mL…According to my calculations, by buying a 700mL at $55.96, this would equate to $79.94/L

  • I have a conundrum i would appreciate my ozbargain friends to help me solve.
    I usually buy Roku Gin and have 3 bottles at home.
    I have just bought the Bloody Shiraz
    Do i also purchase this highly spoken are Dry Four Pillars Gin?

    • +1

      I would wholeheartedly agree with the comments on Four Pillars. Bloody fantastic. worth every dollar and cents.
      Roku isn't bad, i've also got several bottles stashed away ready for summer… but at this price. . Four Pillars any day / night of the week. Plus supporting local industry. Always a great thing.

      Kudos to Boozebud as well , keeping us all well stocked for the coming months. Thank you. Five stars all the way.

      • Thanks so much! There goes another $54 :P

        • +2

          Lol. .well worth it. Enjoy.
          There's an old saying. .. the pleasure of quality is remembered long after the price is forgotten.

          • @trippyfoo: i thought i have four pillar but then when i check my cabinet it is Forty Spotted… lol////

    • +1

      Per the above, I went to their Healesville Maker session in between lockdowns, which was fab. One of the owners (Cam) ran the session and he was great.
      He shared their experience through the pandemic as well, being a small Australian regional business who pivoted to making hand sanitiser purely to keep as many people working as possible as they lost a load of business when duty free closed, etc.
      Made the point of saying they had learnt a lot and was happy to help anyone (especially in regards to safety) who was there to pick up tips if they were thinking of setting up their own distillery.
      Seemed like a genuinely lovely company who also make a bloody great product, right here, using some unique Australian ingredients and suppliers.
      I came away from the day knowing this was a business I'd love to support (I am in no way associated) and I would be buying more of this if I hadn't spent way too much money that day on gin after getting drunk on the fumes.

      • Yup . .a big shout to Four Pillars indeed.
        I watched a feature on Anther spirits (Geelong) recently where they also rated Four Pillars and mentioned Cam was pretty helpful.

  • How do I use the code?

  • Cheers op. Only just got into drink gin. Roku was my first and this will be my second.

  • Cool! $54.56 (700ml)- bargain!

  • "This code cannot be applied to your order". Trying for the Rare Dry and Modern Australian, what am i doing wrong?

    • +2

      Your liver thanked ebay….

  • Shiraz Gin finally arrived today.

    • When did you order? I am still waiting for my 5 bottles. It had ETA of last Friday.

      • I ordered on 17 Sep

        • I ordered same day too. Hopefully it come before the next weekend.