Stranger & Sons Gin 42.8% 700ml


Stranger & Sons Gin celebrates the cultural diversity, knowledge and penchant for storytelling as seen from our mythological epics - fantastical yet deep-rooted in curiosity and adventure.

As you take a sip of our inherently Indian gin, you're greeted by a beautiful freshness from our Indian citrus peels that include Gonghraj from the East, Oranges from Nagpur, Indian Sweet Limes & Nimbu from Goa. Black pepper, coriander and mace follow to give our gin a strong spiced middle. Liquorice, cassia and nutmeg make the finishing flourish warm and sweet.

The recipe for Stranger & Sons, was passed down by a mythical two-tailed creature who appeared to us in a dream. This mythical creature made famous for her gin, was last spotted roaming the Western Ghats of India.

Made in Goa, India

All orders require a signature upon delivery, and must be signed for by someone over the age of 18.

Please address your order to an address where this can happen between the hours of 9am to 5pm (i.e Your Work address)

Shipping Costs

Up to 12 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:North Island (non-rural): $7.00North Island (rural): $12South Island(non-rural): $10South Island(rural): $17

Up to 24 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:North Island (non-rural): $14North Island (rural): $24South Island(non-rural): $20South Island(rural): $34

Chatham & Stewart Island: Addition delivery cost

Waiheke Island: $45.00

We do not ship outside of New Zealand.

All subscription plans and gift subscriptions prices include delivery to all New Zealand addresses.

All orders from our online liquor shop should arrive within 3-5 working days North Island and 5-7 working days South Island.


Exceptions during December:

In December, please allow 3 business days for delivery. The last day for Christmas orders is Monday 18th December at 5 am for all South Island and all rural deliveries, and the Tuesday19th December at 10am for North Island non-rural deliveries. After these dates Regional Wines cannot guarantee delivery before 25th December.