A dry, savoury gin. Foraged seaweed, rock samphire, gorse, thyme, sea buckthorn and bitter orange.
Created to pair perfectly with both Vermouths. Either in a dry martini or a classic negroni.
Extra Dry Vermouth
This exceptionally dry vermouth packs in a lot of flavour without sweetness.
Floral, herbaceous and a hint of savoury.
Serve over ice with a lemon swath. Makes a mean Martini.
Sweet Rosso Vermouth
This sweet vermouth is rich, complex and bitter.
Enjoy it poured over ice with a thick slice of orange.
You can also try it in a Negroni or a Manhattan.
Hand Picked Botanicals
Our hedgerows, woods and coastlines are brimming with incredible flavours and aromas. As efficiency became more important many of these distinctive ingredients fell out of favour. Replaced with cheap, imported spices and easily grown, farmed cultivars.
It takes time, but our wild surroundings can offer us smells and tastes impossible to imagine without experiencing them. From heady smells of Elderflower in the spring, the sweet almost vanilla scent of Meadowsweet to the rich savouriness of Dulse.
At Still Wild we harness and capture these wild flavours to create a distinctive and well balanced drink.
Traditional distillation heats the botanicals to the boiling temperature of ethanol (80°C). This temperature often degrades the more fragile aromas from the more delicate botanicals. By reducing the pressure in the boiling chamber we can boil ethanol at room temperature, thus preserving all of natures flavours.
Our distillery is situated in the Pembrokeshire National Park, the UK’s only coastal national park. It’s this location and terroir that sculpts much of the flavour of our drink.
The diverse landscape gives us a broad range of habitats and a large variety of plants. Seaweeds from clean coastal waters, fragrant Sea Wormwood from the inland Cleddau Estaury or bright heather from the Preseli Mountains. Alongside untouched woods and gnarled, old hedgerows, Pembrokeshire is a foragers dream.
Whilst both Vermouths can be drunk on their own, why not try them in a cocktail?
Click below for one of our easy to follow recipes.
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