Frequently asked questions
How long will it take for my delivery to arrive?
Within Australia, delivery times vary based on your location. Refer to the guide below. You will be sent a tracking number and confirmation once your order has been sent. If you haven’t received your tracking information, please check your junk and email email@example.com with your order number and enquiry.
Domestic Delivery Times
Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Northern Rivers: 1-2 days via express courier
QLD / NSW / VIC / ACT: 2-4 days via express courier
TAS / SA: 3-5 days via express courier
NT / WA: 4-6 days via Australia Post
We unfortunately cannot guarantee delivery times - the above is a guide only.
Will my bottle of Ink Gin fade over time?
Yes – organic colours do not last forever, and it is inevitable that your bottle will fade over time. Ink Gin is organically infused with specially prepared butterfly pea flower petals without any artificial additives or stabilisers. The natural fading process will speed up if your bottle is subject to prolonged exposure to sunlight or high temperatures.
The flavour wont be affected when the organic colour starts to fade; however, to experience the full magic of Ink Gin we recommend storing in a dark place and sharing with friends within 18 months of buying 700ml bottles, and within 3 months of buying 50ml bottles.
Can we visit the distillery?
Not yet, but big things are happening here.
For the last five years we’ve been operating out of a farm shed on the family farm at Tumbulgum, which we converted to our first distillery in 2012. Late last year we commenced earthworks for a new plantation distillery and construction is now underway.
We’re planning to open our new distillery, tasting bar and cellar door in late 2018, so we look forward to welcoming you here then.
What bottle shops stock Ink Gin in Australia?
You can buy Ink Gin from Dan Murphy’s and good independent bottle shops nation wide, as well as at selected BWS stores in QLD and NSW.
Is Ink Gin gluten free?
Ink Gin is distilled from 100% Australian wheat grain, and the gluten is removed during the distillation process.
Gin and other wheat based spirits are considered fine to drink if you are on a gluten free diet.
However, very small trace amounts may still be present (less than 20 parts per million). If you have celiac disease, it is recommended that you do not drink any spirit derived from wheat.
Where can I buy Ink Gin from internationally?
You can buy Ink Gin through our online partners - click through to shop.
New Zealand (Society Liquor)
Singapore (Gain Brands Direct)
UK (Crafty Connoisseur)
Worldwide (Master of Malt)