TINA x Icebergs

Non-alcoholic drinks company T.I.N.A has added a new drink to its range, and this time, it’s in collaboration with Bondi restaurant Icebergs Dining Room and Bar. The inspiration behind the drink started with sacred lotus, known for its savoury profile, which has been teamed with saltbush, hojicha from Japan, and gingko, resulting in a beverage with “cleansing delicate freshness and unexpected salinity paired with the tropical charm of juicy pink guava”, says Founder Christina Trabucco. Available at Icebergs and from tinadrinks.com

1800’s Cristalino Anejo tequila

1800 Tequila has introduced Cristalino to its range, an Anejo tequila packaged in a crystalline bottle. Cristalino is made using a 220-year-old Anejo recipe which sees the spirit barrel-aged for 16 months before it’s finished in port wine casks. “Its success is really being driven by its appeal to both light and dark spirits drinkers — it’s smooth, it’s flavoursome, and it’s versatile,” says Stelios Papadopoulos, global tequila specialist. Expect sweet and herbal notes that work well across a margarita or a French 75. global.1800tequila.com

Ocean Grown gin

Grown Spirits has been around for a decade, and the distillery prides itself on spearheading eco-conscious practices such as the launch of Sydney’s first gin refill station. The brand will be donating a share of the profits of Ocean Grown gin to the Reef Restoration Foundation, which aims to rejuvenate coral reefs in North Queensland. The gin channels the sea, and features a subtle salinity alongside dry citrus and a hint of spice. Available from grownspirits.com.au

Framer seltzers

Angus O’Connell and Max Gooden are behind Framer, a new independent seltzer brand. Debut flavours include lime and cucumber and watermelon, each of which are made with all natural ingredients. The cans have unique designs created by Sydney-based artists Evi-O and Kane Lehanneur and are available from Dan Murphy’s and BWS stores in New South Wales and independent bottle shops elsewhere. framerdrinks.com