SiWu Rose Hip Gin
A lightly floral and fruity rose hip gin with a round, smooth palate, meticulously handcrafted from fresh botanicals.
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What's in it
- Rose Hips
- Coriander Seeds
- Lemon Peel
- Orange Peel
The soft floral character of SiWu Rose Hip Gin is balanced by the sharpness of the rhubarb in the twist on the classic French 75. Pour 45 ml of Rose Hip Gin, 20 ml of fresh squeezed lemon juice, and 15 ml of rhubarb purée into an ice-filled shaker, and shake it all together well. Strain into a chilled champagne flute and top with chilled champagne, then swirl a ribbon of rhubarb into the flute to garnish.Back to shop
When you smell SiWu Rose Hip Gin, you’ll experience a gentle, softly floral cloud of fresh rosehip and botanical notes.
When you taste SiWu Rose Hip Gin, your palate will be met with a smooth, round texture, with soft and mild floral and botanical flavour notes.
The capital city of Denmark, Copenhagen has long been a cultural hub. Originally a Viking village, these days Copenhagen is known for its architecture, its waterways, its ecologically friendly outlook - and its incredible nightlife.
A Nordic wonderland
Inspired by the abundance of wild rose hips that sprawl in profusion over the Nordic coasts in the Danish summertime, SiWu creators Nicolai and Jonas set their hands to making a Rose Hip Gin to offset their original Dry Gin. This triple-distilled barley mash gin is deep and smooth in the mouth, with a bewitching delicacy and lightness of flavour. Every bottle is hand-produced, in tiny batches of 100-150 bottles.
The rose hips give the gin a delicate, fresh, floral character, with a wisp of perfume in the nose. Juniper, coriander seeds, and lemon and orange peel provide the backdrop for the rose hips and rose hip petals to bring their own fragile personalities to the forefront without overpowering them, resulting in a light, clean, pure gin with an original Nordic twist to it.
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