Forty Spotted take great inspiration from their Tasmanian home, with the lines of the bottles recalling the currents of wind and water that have forged their environment. They use local Tasmanian botanicals to capture the essence of the Apple Isle.
Emphasising their location "On The Bottom Of The World", Forty Spotted's bottles can stand on their unique caps, subverting the traditional design of gin bottles.
The gin brand takes its name from the Forty Spotted Pardalote, one of Australia's rarest birds, which is only found in a small corner of south eastern Tasmania. Like its namesake, this gin is uncommonly beautiful and distinctly Tasmanian.