We make gin from the fruit and flowers we grow on our farms.
Meet the founder & distiller
Family owned and run
Lee's first big success came from dropping a Wild Hibiscus Flower into a glass of bubbly - the ladies went mad for it and before he knew it Lee was exporting those little flowers all around the world and the Wild Hibiscus Flower Company was born.
Our Wild Hibiscus Flowers were even served at Barrack Obama's inauguration ceremonies! Today we supply edible flowers to hundreds of distillers, brewers, wineries and tea providores.
Apart from distilling Lee loves plants and lives on an 80 acre farm at Kurrajong Heights on the edge of the Blue Mountains. Here he has planted over 2,000 Finger lime trees of all different colours. He also grows all the native pepperberries, kaffir lime, tahitian lime, lemon myrtle and most of the other botanicals we use in our gin.
There will be a cafe built out over our 2 acre lake filled with water lillies and 60 year old koi carp. You will be able to try all our gins on the deck and take a walk through the acres of mature camellia's and native food plants and maybe even a VIP buggy tour around the farm and up to our main finger lime orchard which has views from the Hunter Valley to Woolongong.
Our finger lime trees can even see the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge on a clear day! And we would just love to share this with you soon.