700ml

Wrath

The Seven Deadly Sin Series has been created to showcase seven different gin recipes ensuring there is one for every palate. Wrath is not a gin for the faint hearted. With a juniper and coriander base it contains stinging nettles, devils claw and skullcap with generous amounts of native mountain pepper berries for spicy hotness. 

$75 for 700ml, postage $10 or free delivery for orders over $100.

Special 3 for $200 deal. Usually $225 now on special at $200, free delivery/postage.

3 of any of our $75/700ml gins or Sloe Gin or 50ml Gift packs or any combination for $200. If you order more than 3 the discount continues!

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    VJ
    02/15/2022
    Vanessa j.
    Australia Australia

    Bathtub moonshine is better.

    Very expensive raw ethanol. Stick to making hand sanitiser . No amount of weird ingredients cover the horrible flavour of the gin. I reckon metho would taste better. I tried many things to try to make it slightly drinkable. Watermelon, lime and cucumber are the only things that can mask the one dimensional flavour so at least you don't waste it as it is twice the price of really good gin. The freight was excessive and took so long that it missed both xmas and new year. Not for gin and tonic. It is however a great sleeping pill and if you are lucky you might get to experience mild depression . Unlike most yucky drinks and poor wine, it does not become more drinkable with each scroll. This product was designed as a cash and grab as I doubt anyone would come back for more even if it was reasonably drinkable as the price is exorbitant. Every one knows gin is the easiest and cheapest alcohol to make. It was invented in London's Skid row and cheap enough for the inhabitants to use to blot out their squalid lives. It was most popular in the flip houses where people slept against the wall slouched over a rope in front of them, cheap and shuts you down quickly, but unfortunately skips the fun tipsy part.