A gin from the Adelaide Hills employing quince instead of the more typical citrus, backed up by a pure juniper note and supported by a blend of botanicals with spices and some other “ethereal notes”. Creamy yet fresh aromas of green pear, pine buds, earthy juniper, liquorice root and emerging anise. Great balance and length. Ends cool-mint fresh, delicately peppery with subtle pine, quince and aniseed lingering.
Lobo is the product of Michael Stafford and Warwick Billings, Michael’s family has been growing apples for generations and Warwick, the cider maker behind this exquisite range, is originally from Somerset, the cider capital of the UK. He has been involved in making cider since he was 8 and once made a cider that was regarded as the finest in England at the time.
DID YOU KNOW?
Lobo means wolf in Spanish and Portuguese and is also a rare variety of apple – this is the reason behind the quirky wolf illustrations on all our labels. Each label has been designed by a different artist and the wolf embodies the characteristics of the drink itself.