Out of one of Cam's favourite family traditions came this fun, festive, complex gin that sings of hot Australian Christmas days spent feasting, drinking and playing cricket.
So, how should you drink your Australian Christmas Gin?
Firstly, we love a nip of it on the rocks with a twist of orange so you can taste all those Christmas flavours to their fullest. Or if you want to go to a richer level, take a note out of Cam's book and add a teaspoon of cream.
But Christmas time in Australia means summer days, so we know you'll be hankering for something fresh and cool. For a super simple refresher, mix one part Christmas Gin with two parts ginger ale and a wedge of fresh orange.
For something sweet, fun and celebratory with a Christmas twist, how can you go past a Cobbler? This refreshing cocktail is easy to make and sings of summer. Or get the party going, try this delicious Christmas Punch!
Keeping it in the realm of classics with a modern spin, a Christmas Gin Crusta is something a little special. Combining Australian Christmas Gin, with citrus, Amaro Montenegro and homemade sherbet, this is a sipper that'll get the festivities going. And let's not forget that sugar crust...
When dessert rolls around, treat yourself to a little splash over your Christmas pudding for something truly decadent.
Then, for those later hours post-feast when you're kicking back, you can whip up an absolutely rocking Christmas Martinez or an Old Fashioned. Just replace the Barrel Aged Gin in this recipe with your Australian Christmas Gin.
And lastly, it wouldn't be a Four Pillars Christmas without a G&T. Now our favourite G&T is always going to be using our Rare Dry Gin and garnished with fresh orange. But your Australian Christmas Gin can also come to the party with this great alternative Christmas G&T made with aromatic tonic water, homemade grapefruit sherbet and garnished with star anise, an orange twist and fresh fruit.
Running low already? Or just haven't got your mitts on a bottle yet? Nad a bottle of our 2018 Australian Christmas Gin now.