Made in Waitoki, Rodney District
Minimum Shipping Charge: $5.00
IngredientsAlcohol, Juniper, Coriander, Angelica Root, Horopito, Kawakawa, Orange, Grapefruit, Spring Water
InformationWaitoki Citrus Gin combines the basics of Juniper, Coriander and Angelica Root, along with the citrus from fresh orange and grapefruit. On the tongue, a fresh peppery spice from Horopito and basil from Kawakawa. Along the way we added another (secret) local addition from a tree that is 200+years old and calls Waitoki home on our property. It's a fresh, tasty, citrus-forward gin that's easy to drink without lacking in taste. Drink it on it's own or mix it with your favourite tonic. Best enjoyed with your neighbours!
SHIPPING COSTS Orders to all North Island destinations will incur a $5.00 shipping cost. Orders to all South Island destinations will incur a $7.00 shipping cost Rural deliveries (RD) will incur a flat $3.00 in addition to the above Orders to Australia will incur a $25.00 shipping cost TRACKING YOUR PARCEL All orders will be sent by Courier Post. To track your parcel, just check the tracking number that was sent by email with your shipping confirmation. This is sent to you once your parcel has been dispatched from the distillery. DELIVERY TIMING We ship overnight in most cases, however expect that most deliveries will be made within 3-5 working days, depending on your location. Note that pre-orders placed for special batches will be shipped as soon as they are available. We will endeavour to keep you updated on shipping dates as the product becomes available.
About Washhouse Distillery Ltd
Our Story: The name, Washhouse Distillery is a nod to where it all began – a backyard laundry – and the home of Waitoki’s very own gin. It started out when three neighbours, living in a quiet rural cul-de-sac decided to join forces and make vodka in their laundry. Over several months, several failures and many batches later they began to combine science and art, and detail everything they were doing – all the while improving the quality of vodka produced using a simple reflux still. And this continues today – the neighbours, meeting up in the laundry, distilling vodka. But it wasn’t enough to quell the curiosity of one, and Steve went on to attend distilling courses and explore different botanicals and processes. In early 2019 he purchased a beautiful handmade alquitar copper still, to which all our gin recipes are developed in today. His ultimate goal was really just to make a good tasting gin. One that he enjoyed making and we enjoyed drinking – and without any pretence. Along the way, the family joined the journey and every part of The Washhouse Distillery in Waitoki is handled by us.