Take a sip of some of the world’s best gin, made right in Tasmania!

As we step into 2024, the vibrant gin scene in Tasmania continues to grow, producing some of the finest gins in the world. So take a trip as we embark on a journey through the best gin distilleries in Tasmania, pouring out unique and delicious flavours not found anywhere else.

Whether you’re an avid gin connoisseur or just after a few bottles to stock up, this guide will take you on a delightful tour of the island’s most noteworthy distilleries, each offering a unique and immersive glimpse into the world of Tasmanian gin.

<strong>Forty Spotted Gin</strong>
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Forty Spotted Gin

Hailing from the heart of Hobart, Forty Spotted Gin is a beacon of contemporary craftsmanship that pays homage to the island’s rich gin heritage. What sets Forty Spotted Gin apart is the fusion of exotic and locally sourced ingredients. The distillery brings a unique blend of traditional botanicals and novel spices from around the world, including their signature native pepperberry. The result is a range of gins that delight the palate with a symphony of flavours, taking you on a journey that explores the rich history and natural beauty of Tasmania!

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Level 1/30 Argyle St, Hobart, TAS 7000
<strong>Hellfire Bluff Distillery</strong>
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Hellfire Bluff Distillery

One of the oldest and most famous distilleries in Tasmania, Hellfire Distillery is synonymous with excellent Australian gin. This Richmond-based distillery dares to explore the fiery side of gin-making, crafting spirits that push the boundaries of traditional gin. One of their standout creations is the Hellfire Devil’s Share Gin, a robust and smoky gin that infuses the spirit with elements of Tasmanian peat. Hellfire Distillery is truly a must-visit destination in the ever-evolving Tasmanian gin scene.

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55 Craigs Hill Rd, Boomer Bay, TAS 7177
<strong>LARK Cellar Door</strong>
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LARK Cellar Door

Founded by Bill Lark who is often referred to as the “Godfather of Tasmanian Whisky,” Lark Distillery has also made its mark in the world of gin, combining time-honoured craftsmanship with innovation. Celebrating Tasmania’s natural beauty, the team at Lark sources a unique array of botanicals to create their flavourful gins. Lark Distillery’s standout gin is the acclaimed Forty Spotted Rare Tasmanian Gin, praised for its distinctive blend of botanicals. So for those after a gin with an exceptional flavour, open the doors to LARK Cellar.

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14 Davey St, Hobart, TAS 7000
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In the picturesque countryside of Kempton, Tasmania, Lawrenny Distillery is a hidden gem in the island’s flourishing gin industry. This family-owned distillery has become a household name among connoisseurs, celebrated for its dedication to crafting exceptional spirits. This craftsmanship accentuates the diverse flavours of Tasmania’s wilderness, as each bottle encapsulating the essence of the island’s pristine landscapes. With unique blends including the 1818 Settlers Gin and Highlands Gin, there’s never a dull taste bud with Lawrenny!

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<strong>Pure Origin</strong>
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Pure Origin

Tasmania’s Pure Origin Spirits is a testament to the island’s abundant natural resources. Dedicated to quality and a deep respect for the environment, the Pure Origin distillery prides itself on sourcing the finest Tasmanian botanicals. This is exemplified by their Tasmanian Dry Gin, a blend that pays homage to the purity of Tasmanian water and the uniqueness of its botanicals. For those after one of the best Tasmanian gins, look no further than the perfect flavours of Pure Origin.

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Feature Image: Southern Wild Distillery. Photography by S. Group. Image via Tourism Tasmania