A hidden gem in suburban Subiaco has achieved global recognition with a very impressive award.
With over 5,500 entries from across the globe, this annual competition is not only considered the largest and longest-running spirits competition in the world, but also the most influential. A carefully selected panel of the most respected, experienced experts in the industry gathered to judge this year’s entries – and this Subiaco local stood out.
A carefully selected amalgam of hand-picked native thyme, strawberry gum and lemon myrtle could briefly describe the unique and aromatic profile of this signature gin. With a distinctive flavour and smooth subtlety, this award-winning spirit is best appreciated neat, or when thoughtfully mixed.
Driven by a passion for producing gins that are quintessentially Australian, Spirit of Little Things aims to capture the essence of this sunburnt country. Crafting a core range of gin using Australian native botanicals as a foundation, head distiller Tom Martin carries out his vision “to create gins with a very Australian identity.”
Stroll down Railway Road and stop by Spirit of Little Things to share some high-quality drinks and food with friends and family – and sample their award-winner for yourself.