Hand crafted and carefully nurtured

Hand crafted and carefully nurtured

The Essence and Quintessence of Native Tasmanian Gin

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Tasmania is a sum of its parts

The native, the imported and the naturalised as is Abel Tasmanian Gin.
Tasmania is a sum of its parts

What are Abel Gins?

Take traditional gin and turn it on its head with a blast of citrus over base notes of the Tasmanian wilderness…you can’t get much wilder!
What are Abel Gins?

There are two unique gin styles from The Abel Gin Co. to suit your every mood.

  • About Natalie Fryar

    About Natalie Fryar

    As a winemaker Natalie Fryar has been flirting with Tasmania since 2001 where she was lured here by the ideal Tasmanian environment. Instrumental in establishing Jansz Tasmania as Australia’s sparkling wine specialist, Natalie has enjoyed a stellar career that has taken her all over the world, from the Great Western, WA to Champagne and finally home to Tasmania where she crafts her own rare and boutique sparkling wines. Feted and multi- award winning she is recognised as one of the country’s leading sparkling winemakers. Natalie has a new crush…GIN!

    About Natalie Fryar
  • Native Tasmanian Gin

    Native Tasmanian Gin

    The importance of terroir or provenance is embedded in Natalie’s DNA so her quest became how to share the unique spirit of the State in a bottle. In these two gins you will taste her journey throughout Tasmania displaying the heady aromas of Cradle Mountain and the crisp sharp notes of the temperate rainforest to the delicate floral perfumes of the East Coast. These gins are unique to Tasmania, they are the Essence and Quintessence of Native Tasmanian Gin.

    Native Tasmanian Gin
  • This gal was made for a ‘French 75’

    This gal was made for a ‘French 75’

    In cocktail shaker, combine gin, lemon juice, ice and simple syrup, shake vigorously and strain into chilled Champagne flute, top with sparkling wine. Garnish with a long thin length of curled lemon peel and serve immediately.

    This gal was made for a ‘French 75’