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Bass and Flinders Distillery

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Masterclass is a must do!

I booked my husband and myself in to do the Gin masterclass for his birthday in June and what a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
704karinaw
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Warrnambool
A few tweaks would have made the class

We did master class together as a gift for my partner. Too many people and not enough hearing on a... read more

Reviewed 16 September 2018
LadyDiana66
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Melbourne, Australia
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  • Average5%
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Set in the heart of Red Hill, we invite you to visit Mornington Peninsula's only bespoke distillery and cellar door and experience a journey from the stills to glass. We will offer you an insight into how we make our fine products including a range...more
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232 Red Hill Rd, Red Hill, Victoria 3937, Australia
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+61 419 548 430
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 10 December 2016 via mobile

Visited Bass & Flinders today for a gin master class which took us through the gin making process and the history of gin. Then we got to make our own personal gin using a mixture of the botanicals available and taste the distillery's own gins....More

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Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 3 January 2017

This is quite a lovely place to visit especially if you like Gin. We visited with our Roman family and were a little disappointed at the service. There is a $10 per person taste fee which does come off if you make a purchase. We...More

1  Thank Sandra R
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Reviewed yesterday

I booked my husband and myself in to do the Gin masterclass for his birthday in June and what a great day we had. It is very informative and you learn a lot about the making of Gin and the botanicals that are used and...More

Thank 704karinaw
Reviewed 16 September 2018 via mobile

We did master class together as a gift for my partner. Too many people and not enough hearing on a cold day didn't set us in the right direction at the beginning. Stuck at the back next to a noisy tasting area meant we missed...More

Thank LadyDiana66
Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

My partner and I never thought we were gin people, but Bass and Flinders Distillery may have just changed that. Knowledgeable staff took us through the tasting flight, giving tips and info along the way. Vodka was one of the most smooth I’ve tasted. Right...More

Thank 602kirad
Reviewed 30 June 2018

Guided by Visit Mornington Peninsula this little place is worth a look if you love gin. Greeted by Cellar salesperson Michael we were made to feel right at home from the start. They offer a variety of tastings for a price but only the price...More

Thank Nora k
Reviewed 18 June 2018

Went to Bass and FLinders Distillery as it was recommended to me to attend the class there, it surpassed all expectations! The Distillery was gorgeous, the class was thoroughly interesting and very interactive! Left with two bottles of my very own recipe of gin and...More

1  Thank QuEee2
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

This was our second visit to Bass & Flinders as we love their gins and wanted to bring some friends. Some little issues, but mostly as to be expected as it was a public holiday weekend and there were a lot of patrons. E.g. It...More

1  Thank Laura M
Reviewed 27 May 2018

The masterclass starts off with the history of gin, explains how the alcohol and aromatics are distilled, and the fun begins where you mix your own blend of gin. While you are tasting the products of Bass and Flinders, enjoying a cheese platter and a...More

Thank Sharon and mick W
Reviewed 7 May 2018

Last stop for the day and wow the gin was fabulous. Straight up shots then a couple with a little bit of tonic. Very enjoyable especially their Cerise gin and added to a sparkling wine yummy.....our host William was a lot of fun and very...More

Thank MIA01Melbourne
Reviewed 5 May 2018 via mobile

What an amazing experience. The chance to learn about gin and mix our own recipe was excellent. Pauline our sommelier and guide other than having the most perfect accent was knowledgeable, entertaining and fun. This activity is highly recommended.

Thank Ian C
Reviewed 5 March 2018

Mixing gin, drinking gin, talking about gin while tasting gin... if you're a gin enthusiast, Bass and Flinders Gin Masterclass may be nirvana. The venue was lovely, as were the staff and the gin. Someone is on hand to provide advice and help rescue any...More

1  Thank Perfectly_Pippa
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