“So off I set, and by the time I was completely agreeing with Arthur’s summary and while still chatting with Thomas, he served me up the Mexipiñada as a parting shot. How good is this? I thought. “The drink has to look good,” he said.
“Not only that, this is one of the tastiest, simple drinks that I ever had in that city.”
Aptly named Spring Sprung, this margarita twist takes the uniqueness of the Charles Oates Apple Spirit in all its dry, crunchy and crisp glory and uses it as a placeholder for what would normally be tequila. The result will knock your socks off.
With a trio of Lawrenny Estate products hitting our shop over the past few weeks we are concluding this shout out with a favourite. The 1818 Settlers Gin rounds out the Lawrenny trifecta with a distillery strength tribute to Tasmania’s early setters.
We sat down with Katie Hepper, of The Understory, to talk about the poetic resonance of her graphic and illustrative work and her ability to take natures tiny, often overlooked details and elevate them to works on paper that are unique, humble and beautifully inspired.