• To celebrate its tenth birthday, it has released a special edition of its beloved Rare Dry Gin.
    To celebrate its tenth birthday, it has released a special edition of its beloved Rare Dry Gin.
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Ten years ago, Four Pillars Gin embarked on a journey to redefine modern Australian gins. To celebrate its tenth birthday, it has released a special edition of its beloved Rare Dry Gin.

Four Pillars was founded by Cameron Mackenzie alongside Stuart Gregor and creative brand strategist Matt Jones in 2013. The exclusive bottle design pays homage to the very first Four Pillars gin.

Crafted with botanicals including lemon myrtle and Tasmanian pepperberry, plus fresh whole organic oranges, the recipe has remained unchanged, earning a long list of awards and accolades over the years.

Mackenzie said he never would have imagined that a small gin brand created by three friends would have achieved so much.

“Since the beginning we have set out to make gin that was truly reflective of Australia. We all loved London dry gin, but wondered why we were drinking it when we have some of the world’s best botanicals right here at our doorstep.

“Ten years on and we still have the same beating heart and passion for what we do, a whole lot of the same people and the same recipe for our Rare Dry Gin, the first baby of Four Pillars, and one that has stood the test of time,” said Mackenzie.

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