Four Pillars "Faultline" K&L Exclusive Australian Gin (750ml)

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When our first batch of Four Pillars Faultline Gin ran out, we were all devastated. Initially conceived as a one-off project, the FP Faultline turned out to be one of our most popular gins ever, both among staff and our customers. After months of trying to find a substitute, we conceded that the first go-around was just too good and needed to be remade to the exact same specs. The initial batch was put together by David Driscoll, K&L Buyer Emeritus, wanting to build on the clean citrus notes and the creamy texture that are the calling cards of Four Pillars. David and distiller Cameron MacKenzie put together a uniquely Australian recipe including lemon myrtle, strawberry gum, roasted wattleseed, Tasmanian pepper, fresh kumquats, orange peels, and a heavy dose of sandalwood nuts that add a sense of oiliness. The result is a nuanced, exotic, utterly sippable gin that still showcases the classic citrus of Four Pillars. The flavors are exciting and fresh, leaning on savory notes with an herbaceous backbone. The gin completely stands on its own in a standard martini, but mixes beautifully into a gin & tonic or Negroni without losing its character. If you're a fan of Four Pillars, give this a try. We think you'll agree that it's the best gin in an already very impressive lineup.

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By: Andrew Whiteley | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/11/2023 | Send Email
The single most asked for gin at K&L has returned again after a short absence. The Faultline Gin was originally conceived to showcase some of our distillery partners creativity and expertise in unique one off batches, but when our original batch of Four Pillars Faultline sold out, we struggled to find a suitable follow up. This gin had become such a staple in so many customers' drinking habits and the requests for more bottles were so voluminous, that we simply couldn't forego a second batch, and a third, and a fourth. There is a good reason it is K&Ls best selling gin - it's just about perfect in every way. It's a spectacular blend of unique Australian botanicals—a real terroir-driven gin. And of course it smacks of the beautiful citrus that is the hallmark of Four Pillars. The most special thing about this gin is the combination of texture and liveliness. It has a sultry mouthfeel, but perks up feeling fresh and zippy at the same time. It's a fascinating combination that lends itself to savoring on its own, or in a martini (but the G&Ts and Negronis go down real easy). Your wait, and mine, is finally over. Faultline Gin is back in a big way.

By: Dejah Overby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/2/2022 | Send Email
This is a K & L staff favorite. Always a good go-to for your everyday gin cocktails and martinis. This is also a very good gin to sip. Mild botanicals and lightly layered with numerous fresh flavors finishing with a peppery back and the price is just right!

By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/23/2021 | Send Email
K&L sent David Driscoll to Australia and this is what he returned with. It was well worth the trip. It is both very tasty and offers up something different. There are wonderful expressive aromas of citrus and juniper with a kiss of spice. Just open the bottle and this gin talks to you. In the mouth there is a creamy mouth feel with complex citrus notes . There is a wonderful long finish. Every time that I tasted it a new element came forward. Very good and wonderfully fun, it is as good now as it was when K&L first obtained it a few years ago.

By: David Othenin-Girard | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/3/2021 | Send Email
The exceptional Faultline Gin is part of a long series of excellent gins we've created with our favorite distillers. This one was created by David Driscoll with the help of the boys down at Four Pillars. Our first batch was so fabulous we had to re-create it. I might notice the unique Australian botanicals even more in this batch with powerful lemon myrtle and fresh kumquat coming straight to the front. While it's citrus driven and fresh, it doesn't forget it's roots as a classic dry gin and the complex host of botanicals works perfectly on the palate to create something utterly unique yet hauntingly familiar. While I used to say this was better suited for G&Ts than Martinis and think you could sneak this little baby into just about any drink to give it some complexity without adulterating the result negatively.

By: Andrew Stevens | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/5/2017 | Send Email
I have been hearing about this gin since its inception and have been eagerly awaiting its arrival. Finally our new Faultline gin is here and it is downright delightfully delicious!! The aromatics leap out immediately, but like all of the Four Pillars Gin everything is in balance, lots of different aromas all acting in harmony with each other. There is some fantastic spice notes in here to bolster the juniper and the texture from the nuts adds a wonderful creamy layer. Finally the gin ends with a burst of lemon and spice that keeps the mouth fresh. I was planning on drinking wine tonight but I think I may do Negroni's instead.

By: Alex Schroeder | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/4/2017 | Send Email
Tasting this gin made me incredibly happy! I love gin for its refreshing nature, and Four Pillars have proven to be masters of the balanced, refreshing fruit-based gin profile. This has delicious flavors that lean a little more towards fresh fruit, with citrus, strawberry and orange peel flavors, fleshed out with subtle spices and botanicals. It’s amazing in mixed drinks.

By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/3/2017 | Send Email
I've been obsessed with Four Pillars gin since the very first moment I tasted it in January of 2015 when the distillery gang flew out from Melbourne for the Superbowl that year in SF. They dropped by the store unannounced, put a bottle of the Rare Dry in my hand, and the rest is history. I'd never had a gin that good before and I've still yet to have one since—and I drink a LOT of gin. But beyond the flavor, what I respected most about Four Pillars was that they were ONLY making gin; not single malt, or vodka, or whiskey, or some other spirit to help pay the bills, but just gin. They're like gin specialists, concocting incredible flavors on their copper stills in the Yarra Valley. After two years of huge customer support, monstrous sales, and positive feedback like you wouldn't believe, I decided to head Down Under and create a special gin with distiller Cameron MacKenzie for K&L using our Faultline label. My goal was simple: make something distinct, exciting, new, but also characteristic of everything I already love about Four Pillars. I won't rehash the specs as they're all listed above, but Cam knocked this baby out of the park. Listing me on the label as the "co-distiller" is a bit misleading because I didn't do anything but taste and edit, however, I appreciate the acknowledgement. In the end, this gin is all about Four Pillars and their incredible talent. Our job is simply to put fantastic new spirits in your hands and I think we're living up to our end of the bargain there.

By: Gary Westby | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/3/2017 | Send Email
This great bottle of gin comes across as a classic from the first sip, with poise, elegance and refreshment its main qualities. Even though it made out of a long list of exotic, only-in-Australia botanicals, the balance is still exquisite and exactly what I am looking for in my therapeutic gin and tonic. I am sure we will disappoint many customers looking for a second bottle of this after it all sells out. If you love it, make sure to get what you need quickly!

By: Ryan Woodhouse | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/3/2017 | Send Email
A pretty awesome collaboration between our very own Spirits Buyer David Driscoll and the folks at Four Pillars in Australia. It seems pretty crazy to travel literally half way around the world to make a single batch of Gin...but if you know how talented the guys at Four Pillars are and how much relentless energy and passion David has for finding / making great booze, then you'll understand how it made perfect sense. The result is pretty epic - exotic botanicals, balanced flavors, a texture more like an aged spirit than a brand new one; this is soft enough to sip straight but potent and unique enough to bring some new flair to your go-to drinks. If any of our previous Faultline Gins are anything to go by this will be a huge hit...and I think this one is the best yet.

By: Jim Boyce | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/2/2017 | Send Email
I was sampling this highly anticipated gin with Andrew and joking about how many different bottles of gin are currently open in both of our homes. Turns out our "problems" are very similar: the Four Pillars empties quickly and, instead of moving on to the many other open gin bottles in our liquor cabinets, we find ourselves going back to the well and buying more Four Pillars every time! The staff members have been keen on trying this new Faultline offering from them since we heard a rumor that DD was heading out to blend a special release. It does not disappoint, with a special blend of local herbs and botanicals combining with that trademark citrus zip, I had a hard time putting the glass down. Just like the Rare Dry gin, this will work wonders in damn near every cocktail you throw it at. I can't wait to get my hands on a bottle (who am I kidding, bottles) and start experimenting!

By: Sal Rodriguez | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/29/2017 | Send Email
Wow! I try to refrain from one-word adjectives when writing a review but, WOW! The last time I was surprised by a gin was a couple years back, when trying the Monkey 47. Once again, I must have a bottle of this spirit! Extremely expressive citrus rind, orange blossom, and spiced orange candy on the nose. On the palate, it continues the refreshing citrus explosion and the slight bite on the palate begs you to mix it with a sweet vermouth if you aren't willing to drink it neat. I need this bottle and I'm going to be drinking it neat. This gin will satisfy all your gin drinking requirements and this price makes it a shoo-in for your home bar.

By: Jordan Stone | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/29/2017 | Send Email
I have told friends and family that we have great gin at K&L. The typical response I hear is, "I don't like gin." Then I pour a few G&Ts made with Four Pillars gin and the response changes to "This is really good." You might not know that I am a huge fan of Four Pillars. Love at first sip. We now have a K&L exclusive Four Pillars/Faultline collaboration co-distilled by our own David Driscoll. It has flavors of fresh lemon, lime and rich botanicals . The finish is dry, long and clean. I am confident that we will win over the gin skeptic as well as the fan with this one. Cheers!

By: Heather Vander Wall | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/29/2017 | Send Email
I am a big fan of Four Pillars, so of course I was excited to see this gin coming in, but what I encountered in this bottle both surprised and delighted me. Rather than jumping out of the bottle at you aromatically, this gin is a bit more subtle, highlighting sweet citrus and spruce notes and developing complexity as you let it sit on your palate. You may not think of gin in terms of sipping, but this would definitely work well for sipping with the complexity and smoothness it exhibits.

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