How To Make
The Supernova Cocktail

Our friends at Four Pillars got us into party mood at Supernova – our Autumn Group Show by Michael Bond and Antoinette Ferwerda last Thursday, serving a customised hand-crafted cocktail ‘The Supernova’. Mixed with the fabulous sparkling elixirs by Madame Dry, we recommend you make this one at home. Best served fireside and with good tunes over the cooler months ahead.

What you will need to make a Supernova:

Four Pillars Rare dry gin

Dry curaçao

Fresh lemon juice

Ice cubes

Madame Dry lavender sparkling water

Pink grapefruit

Fresh Rosemary

Read on for the full recipe and how-to at the end of this post.

About Four Pillars

Four Pillars is created by three guys who loved gin and cocktails. Following years of research, test-distilling, importing and commissioning a bespoke copper pot still, filing forms with the government, sourcing the best botanicals from across Australia and around the world, and custom-making an amazing bottle, in 2013 the guys launched Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin.

Crafted in a truly modern Australian style, the first release gin captures the flavours of both Asia and the Mediterranean. Four Pillars Distillery uses a copper pot still from CARL Artisan Stills in Germany and produces in small batches of just 460 bottles which are then individually numbered and labelled.

About Madame Dry

These unique elixirs combine gently carbonated natural spring water and are infused with botanical extracts and the age-old practice of positively charged crystals. Madame Dry uses crystal immersion and moon-cycle manufacturing to balance energy, raise the vibration and bring an action to intentions.

It seemed fitting to collaborate with Madame Dry in conjunction with Four Pillars and create the Supernova Cocktail which was served at our exhibitionlaunch event. You can download ourcocktail card below and impress your guests by recreating the Supernova at home.

Light the fire, put on some tunes and enjoy x

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