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Winter Orchard in the Sky featuring Marionette

winter-orchard | Quincy Hotel Melbourne

Elevate your senses at The Q this winter with Marionette . Perched above the bustling city streets, The Q is a place of duality. Exclusive, yet inclusive.
Sit back and enjoy a curated cocktail list featuring all the flavours of Marionette Liquors , with a view over the Melbourne skyline.

Thursday to Saturday from 4 pm in July and August .

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With everything sourced directly from Aussie farmers, like blackberries from Tasmania’s Derwent Valley and oranges from
Mildura, Marionette continues to build strong relationships with all of their farmers, always working with seasonality in mind
for the tastiest and most sustainable outcomes.

With endless industry accolades, their work is certainly being noticed, but getting to where they are today has been anything
but an overnight success, and the gang are fine with that. Knowing that getting it right is more important than getting it done
fast. Balancing blends, trialling distillation methods and managing flavour layering is all part of the trial-and-error process.
But they’re absolutely getting the hang of it, growing their range of liqueurs from two to ten in just three years. An incredible
feat when you consider that a liqueur, their Curaçao, is the perfect blend of five types of oranges. That doesn’t happen
without some serious know-how.

It’s not hard to trace all of the team’s decision making back to sustainability, with an emphasis on closed loop processes,
minimising power and water waste to complement their sourcing ethos. Nick, Shaun, Lauren and Hugh are also working hard
to build sustainability for themselves and the way they work as well. With everyone working on other projects outside of
Marionette, getting the work life balance situation sorted seems like a pipe dream. But with burnout so prevalent in the
hospitality industry, they know they need to take care of themselves to be able to take care of business. It’s pretty clear that
these guys are ones to watch and taste

Acknowledgement of country
In Victoria, Marionette’s produce is grown on traditional lands of the people of the Yorta Yorta Nation, the Wurundjeri and the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nations, and the Latji Latji, Nyeri Nyeri and Ngintait (Nintay) traditional owners. We pay respect to the long custodianship of the traditional land owners of Tasmania, and acknowledge the palawa people, today’s Aboriginal community, as the traditional owners of the land. We pay our respects to First Nation’s elders past, present and emerging. We recognise that this land was and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land because sovereignty was never ceded.


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