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Riverland Rose Vodka

Twenty three thousand rose petals plucked under moonlight, trod by centaurs’ hooves and small-batch infused in virgin vodka. Strained through unicorn tail hair and bottled directly for your pleasure. Aromas of freshly trimmed lawn herald a nuanced, warm palate. Limited edition, obviously.

Method

The sweet, yet bold nosed and Valentine-red ‘Mr Lincoln’ petals, along with a smattering of other mixed blooms are gathered, local and dewy-fresh, at the iconic Rustons Roses, Riverland. Macerated over time in cane based vodka, the petals offered up their heavenly essences which have been small-copper-pot distilled to otherworldly purity. The rosy tint is naturally enhanced with the merest pinch of organic hibiscus petal.

Tasting Notes

The delicate pink blush of a cherub’s cheek. Aromas evoke a summer’s picnic on manicured lawns, hedonistic yet fresh. There’s nothing blousy, fusty or overblown here. Seductive true rose petal flavours hint at vanilla on the front palate, continuing with a rounded mouthfeel and warm finish.

Enjoy neat, chilled or lengthen with a splash of mineral water or tonic.

Awards

Alc/vol 40%

The Art


Claire Ishino (SA)

Claire Ishino studied Jewellery Design (and a year of Graphics) at the Uni - versity of South Australia. She spent several years living and working in Japan making colourful washi paper collage, resin and silver jewellery before returning to Adelaide where she now concentrates on producing gouache or acrylic paintings and black and white illustrations. Claire exhibits and sells her work through local galleries, shops and at design events such as Bowerbird. Her work has been licensed to teNeues Publishing Co. in New York for use on stationery and was also featured as one of 100 illustrators in ‘Work/Life 3: The UPPERCASE directory of Illustrators’ published by Janine Vangool, Canada, 2013.

Claire’s work is inspired by nature, words, thoughts, emotions and her love of colour, repetition and pattern. Her style is clean and graphic with crisp edges between colours and small details reflective of her back ground in Jewellery.