SiWu Dry Gin
SiWu’s first gin, a beautifully complex dry gin with a unique depth and smoothness, and a highly original flavour profile.
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What's in it
- Coriander Seeds
- Lemon Peel
- Orange Peel
SiWu Dry Gin is a great base for a classic Southside cocktail. Pour 60 ml SiWu Dry Gin, 30 ml fresh squeezed lime juice, 15 ml simple syrup and a handful of mint leaves over ice into a cocktail shaker, and shake well until everything is chilled and the mint leaves are bruised. Fine-strain into a chilled cocktail glass, and garnish with mint leaves.Back to shop
When you smell SiWu Dry Gin, your nose will be met with a glorious array of fragrant citrus and herbal notes.
When you taste SiWu Dry Gin, the barley base will make itself evident in the smooth roundness on the palate, where citrus and botanical tones meet and match the intensity of the juniper.
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Handmade from start to finish
SiWu Dry Gin is a miracle of perfection. Created in tiny batches of 100-150 bottles, it’s handmade from start to finish, from the rolling of the organic Danish barley malt that makes up its base to the labelling of the bottles. The triple-distillation process gives it an incredible level of depth and smoothness, resulting in a full-bodied, powerful gin that lingers seductively on the palate.
Building up the aroma profile
Six fresh botanicals go into SiWu Dry Gin: juniper, coriander seeds, orange peel, lemon peel, rosemary, and galangal root. The flavour profile is intense and fresh, with the bright citrus notes offsetting the herbal tones and the fragrant touch given by the galangal root. The juniper takes the forefront, giving way to a deceptively simple aroma array that delights the senses.
The Brains Behind It
(Si)vgaard and (Wu)lff
Nicolai Sivgaard and Jonas Wulff combined the first syllables of their surnames to create SiWu. Both former Michelin chefs, they turned their attention away from the kitchen and into the distillery to set up their own craft spirits line in 2018. Their culinary background makes itself evident in the intricate and unique flavour profiles on display in every SiWu bottle.More on the Brand