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The spirits of Christmas


A modern distillery in an age-old town, Reefton Distilling Co. are at the forefront of spirit production in New Zealand.

With the doors to their West Coast distillery open for just three years, this entrepreneurial team have already achieved international and national acclaim with over thirty awards for their range of small-batch distilled premium spirits and liqueurs. 

Their much-lauded range of Little Biddy Gins have achieved the giddy heights of Platinum, Gold and Consumers Choice Awards including from the 2021 SIP Awards, the only internationally recognised, consumer, judged spirits competition. 

Always pushing the boundaries, the distillery has created yet another first with the launch of a rather sophisticated advent calendar for grown-ups featuring their range of international award-winning spirits and liqueurs. 

The spirits of Christmas 

Presented in a beautifully handcrafted (in New Zealand) gift box, the Reefton Distilling Co. 2021 Advent Calendar has 24 pockets, each holding one 50ml miniature bottle from the Reefton Distilling Co. range.

These handcrafted, small-batch distilled, premium products will certainly help make the first 24 days of December as festive as can be. 

With four best-selling Little Biddy Gins already well known in the market, Reefton Distilling Co. also has some new product tasters included in the advent calendar.

As if that wasn’t enough to satisfy your taste buds, this selection also includes their double trophy-winning, best in New Zealand, Wild Rain Vodka and Reefton Distilling Co. Blueberry and Tayberry Liqueurs. 

The Reefton Distilling Co. 2021 Advent Calendar combines New Zealand’s finest artisan spirits and liqueurs to sip over ice, add to your favourite mixer or use as a base for cocktails.

On sale October 2021 online and available while stocks last, this is the perfect treat for the season of goodwill, RRP $399.00. 

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