New Drinks This Month + Competition

Drink, Sydney / 28 July 2015

Australia is producing an incredible range of wines, beer and spirits, contributing to a flourishing industry and making afterwork drinks that much more enjoyable. Meanwhile, abroad we’re seeing some exciting new additions to the liquor market in the whisky category and some premium mixers. Here’s a list of  drinks we’ve discovered this month, winning awards, making a splash and brightening up your liquor cabinets.

Yenda Red

This refreshing beer has just been awarded the Gold Medallion for Champion reduced alcohol beer, awarded at the Royal Adelaide Beer and Cider Awards. Launched in April and competing against established craft beer brands such as Smiling Samoyed, Prancing Pony and Hawthorn Brewing Company, this award is fantastic industry recognition of Yenda Red’s full flavour and refreshing nature.
Find out more HERE
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Substation No.41 Rum

Australia’s lagest rum bar, Substation No.41 located in Queensland has recently unveiled their own premium rum. Keeping the Australian palate in mind, this rum showcases sweet caramel and toffee flavours with notes of butterscotch, vanilla, light citrus and plum. The bar, Substation No.41, offers over 500 varieties of rum from over 50 countries, these guys know what they’re talking about when it comes to this sweet amber liquor. Using natural Queensland ingredients, Substation No.41 is a great drink for the rum aficionados out there to sample.
Find out more HERE

Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve

This Glenlivet was created as the ultimate tribute to founder George Smith. Glenlivet Founder’s Reserve maintains the high standard of the core range’s single malt whisky with an exceptional creaminess and delicate citrus notes. Available for purchase since 1st of July for a RRP of $64.99 this smooth alcohol can be enjoyed neat or mixed into a delicious cocktail.
Find out more HERE

Fever Tree Natural Mixers

As people are showing an inclination to spend more on their tipple of choice why not also choose a top shelf mixer to maintain the quality of your drink? This is the argument of Fever Tree who have created a range of natural mixers. Sourcing their ingredients from small specialist suppliers in international locations, Fever Tree is providing patrons with a premium mixer to accompany their premium alcohol choices. Now available in over 30 countries you can purchase a range of flavours from Indian Tonic Water and Mediterranean Tonic Water to Ginger Beer and Lemonade.
Find out more HERE
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Dan Murphy’s Cellar Release Program

Dan Murphy’s Cellar release sees select bottles of wine placed into premium cellar space to mature in a controlled climate and only to be released when the Dan Murphy’s wine panel deem them to be at their very best. As a result of this program they are able to offer Australians carefully aged wines without the expense of setting up private cellars. Some of the oldest wines still ageing in the cellar include a Seppeltsfield 100 year old para vintage tawny, Penfolds Grange from 1952.
Find out more HERE


To celebrate Dan Murphy’s Cellar Release program we are offering our readers the chance to win a 2010 Penfolds Bin 2 Shiraz. To enter just tell us in 30 words or less how you would cellar this wine. Most creative answer wins, leave you answers in the comment box below, good luck!