Little Biddy Gin - Pink, 700ml

New Zealand Botanical Gin (43%abv)
Regular price $89.99 AUD

Made with hand picked, locally grown berries, this vibrant and refreshing pink gin is subtly sweet and floral, yet complex with a hidden palate of warm West Coast rainforest resin that characterises the Little Biddy Gin range.

Designed for long refreshing serves in the cheery days of the warm Spring and Summer months.

This is a natural product therefore the pink colour may fade over time and some sediment may form from the fresh fruit.  Store in a cool, dark place.

Serving Suggestion:  Quality tonic or soda water over ice with fresh/frozen raspberries or tayberries, and a lemon slice.

Due to the pandemic response and high parcel volumes at our NSW based warehouse there may be shipping delays.

Rest assured, we are working hard to deliver your order as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

Shipping is $6.95 for metro delivery, $14.95 for regional delivery and $24.95 for country delivery within Australia. Orders are dispatched from our warehouse in Albury, NSW within one working day and we aim for 2-4 day delivery. Country delivery may take between 7 – 14 days.

If you would like to ship something to New Zealand please visit our New Zealand website.

All customer orders are carefully wrapped to ensure that products arrive safely and undamaged.

Alcohol cannot be left unattended or with a person under the legal drinking age. If you wish to have your goods left unattended, you will need to specify this in the Delivery Instructions section of the shopping cart.

At present we only ship to New Zealand and Australia.

At present, in Australia, we are unable to include a gift message with your order.

If for any reason you wish to change your order, please email us as soon as you receive your confirmation email. Our system is designed to fill orders and get them on their way to you as quickly as possible. Once an order has been processed for the courier we are unable to make any changes.

If your order arrives in poor condition or damaged please contact us immediately and we will put it right.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused, unopened and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

We love our products but note that the taste of spirits is subjective and as such we can not offer returns for any spirits that do not meet your expectations in terms of taste or smell.

Sizing charts are included for clothing so please check these and choose carefully as we are not able to exchange.

You must be of legal age (18 years or older in Australia) to buy alcoholic goods from this online store. If you do not meet these requirements, it is illegal for you to place an order with us.

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A cultivar in the genus Robus of the family Rasaceae patented in 1979 as a cross between a red raspberry and a blackberry. The Tayberry is named after the River Tay in Scotland. The fruit is sweeter, much larger and more aromatic than that of it’s cousin, the more commonly known Loganberry.


These small, sweet blue-black berries grow on perennial flowering plants in clusters.


Lavandula angustifolia is one of the fourteen botanicals in Little Biddy Gin – Pink.  Grown locally in Reefton, this sweet smelling culinary herb adds a light and floral note to Little Biddy Gin – Pink.


 Kunzea ericoides is also commonly known as white tea tree and bears masses of needle like bright green leaves. Its abundant clusters of small white flowers appear between October and February.

This native tree endemic to the northern region of the South Island, grows freely north of the Buller and Wairau rivers, and is found in the subalpine rainforest around our distillery.


Pittosporum eugenioides also known as native Lemonwood, gives a bright palate of citrus to our Little Biddy Gin range.

Familiar and yet completely new, distilled Tarata adds a fleeting green, woody, floral brightness that lingers.


Salvia Rosmarinus foraged from gardens around the distillery.


Biddy of the buller

Inspired by a West Coast Legend