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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.

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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 thirst quencher try a Christmas Gin & Ginger with ginger ale or beer and fresh lime (reminiscent of a Dark & Stormy, which might just be Christmas Day...).

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 to get the party going, try this delicious Christmas Punch!

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 try an Old Fashioned - just replace the Barrel Aged Gin in this recipe with your Australian Christmas Gin.

Christmas Gin Crusta is something a little special. Combining Australian Christmas Gin, with citrus, Amaro Montenegro and homemade sherbet, this is a decadent sipper. And let's not forget that sugar crust...

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