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This native pink gin looks, ‘Heaps Good’

Heaps Good Gin are back with their NEW Native Pink Gin, staying with their SA focus, and dialling it up to include eight native and local botanicals.

Heaps Good Gin have always had focus on creating a spirit that’s exclusively South Australian. That means incorporating SA botanicals and flavours, plus using SA businesses to develop their gin.

Following the success of their original gin, the guys at Heaps Good are back with their new Native Pink Gin, staying with their SA focus, and dialling it up to include eight native and local botanicals.

A little bit zesty, a little bit juniper-ey with loads of juicy fruit, this cute little number is jam packed with locally grown, native botanicals, including:

  • Wild harvested Quandong from the Mt Gambier and Langhorne Creek regions
  • Native Juniper (Boobialla) and Red Currant from Kangaroo Island
  • Lemon from the Adelaide Hills
  • Lemon Myrtle and Pink Grapefruit from the Riverland
  • Emu Bush from Langhorne Creek
  • Plus, a sneaky secret ingredient from the Adelaide Hills!

Staring at this jam-packed South Aussie line-up of ingredients, we’d say it looks… ‘Heaps Good’!

The release of this beautiful blush coloured gin will be just in time for Christmas, with December 2nd the official launch date.

A pre-order list of over 450 buyers has already been established, with this limited release sure to sell-out.

The team will be at the Bowerbird markets this weekend for their soft launch, where you can check out this delightful new release, in all its pink SA glory!

Heaps Good Gin, is the debut from SA Distilling Co., the newest gin brand adding to the vibrant craft scene here in SA. Dubbed ‘South Australia in a bottle’’.

Launching back in June this year, Heaps Good is a love letter to South Australia, with elements of the Festival State contributing to SA Distilling Co.’s philosophy of supporting local, souring every element possible from logo designers, printers, packagers and distillers from South Australia. 

Their latest native pink gin won’t last long on the shelves, or online! So make sure to get your name on the pre-sale list to avoid missing out!

Check out the Heaps Good Gin website here.

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