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THE ARTISANAL SOUL OF AGAVE AUSTRALIS: CRAFTING AUSTRALIA'S OWN AGAVE SPIRIT



INSPIRATION AND TERROIR


The quest began with a vision, as Mark Watkins, our master distiller, discovered a kinship between the terroir of Jalisco and our own fertile soils. This revelation birthed Agave Australis, a spirit that harnesses the rich, volcanic earth of Queensland, echoing the finest traditions of Mexico's celebrated agave spirits.


A TRIAD OF DISTINCTIVE SPIRITS


Our Silver Agave Australis reflects the terroir's vibrancy, offering a fresh and herbal profile with lemongrass and citrus notes, making it an exceptional choice for a refreshing margarita or spritz. The Rested variant, matured in ex-red wine American oak barrels, boasts a complex dance of honey and pepper, perfect for a nuanced twist on classic cocktails. And the Aged expression, a two-year sojourn in barrels, reveals a tapestry of dark chocolate and dried fruit notes, culminating in a spirit that's best enjoyed neat, celebrating its profound depth.


A PLACE AMONGST THE FINEST


As we quietly released Agave Australis to the on-trade in early 2022, it quickly found a home on the backbars of some of Australia's most esteemed bars and restaurants, such as Icebergs Bar + Dining, Re., and Byrdi, to name a few. This nod from the best in the business is a testament to our spirit's quality and the innovation behind it.


READY FOR THE SPOTLIGHT


Our commitment to crafting a world-class spirit is now ready for a grander stage. Agave Australis is poised for a comprehensive rollout, soon to grace the shelves of select retail giants like Dan Murphy’s, making it accessible to aficionados and casual sippers alike.


INVITATION TO IMMERSE


We invite you to explore the narrative of Agave Australis. Engage with the spirit, from its meticulously curated production process to the shared moments it's destined to create. It's more than a drink; it's an experience, a journey, and a celebration of what it means to be both locally grounded and internationally inspired.

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