Jenever (also sometimes spelled genever) is the grand-parent of modern gin and originates from modern Belgium and the Netherlands. It’s traditionally made by blending a portion of pot distilled malt-wine (moutwijn), similar to whiskey, with neutral sprit and flavoured with juniper. This “Grain Jenever” is an Australian homage this traditional spirit and is made from a blend of triticale, malt and barley. The malt-wine, which has a pronounced flavour similar to unaged rye whiskey, is lightly distilled and stored in oak for at least 3 months. It’s then blended at a rate of 33% with a triple distilled spirit, from the same grain blend, infused with juniper, eucalyptus, pink peppercorn and lemon, cinnamon and aniseed myrtles. Finally, just before bottling, its sweetened with a little bit of local eucalyptus honey.