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BERLIN DRY GIN.

OUR GIN IS A HOMAGE TO 'FREEDOM OF SPIRIT'. We love the adventure and live for the experiences; The windblown hair, the salt on our skin, the cold air of the mountains and the free fall into life. It's all about celebrating life and living on the wild side. We don't fit the mould. Have your own mind and follow your dreams. A free spirit from a free city!
We are… Born to be Wild!

 

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Wild Child Gin uses a hand-picked juniper berries, herbs such as rosemary and coriander as well as Calabrian citrus and bergamot. Careful distillation using the unique spring water captured from the Ore mountains  gives our wild spirit a gentle core. 

43,5% Vol.

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The basis for our Wild Child Gin is the basic distillate that we produce for our Sash & Fritz vodka. A particularly fine, soft and creamy brandy is distilled from German wheat using classic and some special work steps known from winemaking. We let the different botanicals macerate one after the other at different temperatures. We take great care in the subsequent distillation and regularly check the temperature and the resulting distillate. We have copied the development of the aroma and taste structure of our Wild Child Gin from successful perfumers. We have placed three top notes on complex base and middle notes. These are Earl Gray tea, rosemary, and bergamot. Together with the balanced juniper seasoning and the concert of all the other ingredients, you create an exciting and freshly tart, somehow wild contrast.

Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks with a lemon or bergamot zest, or the classic way as a Gin & Tonic, Martini or Gimlet, the wild aroma promises surprising enjoyment. BORN TO BE... A WILD GIN!

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Recipes and Berlin bar culture

The best place to discover our Wild Child Gin and enjoy a good gin and tonic are cool bars, especially in Berlin. The hippest bars in Berlin have a great selection of international and German gins. Here we find exclusive Craft Gins and also our WILD CHILD GIN from Berlin. Here you can enjoy Wild Child Gin:

When mixing cocktails and Gin Tonics, the top notes develop into the carriers of the flavor spectrum and emerge very clearly. Here our Wild Child Gin shows itself powerful, but not too alcoholic. Thus, it can also be enjoyed neat or "On The Rocks".


Ruby Tuesday Negroni

3cl Wild Child - Berlin Dry Gin | 2cl Ruby Port  | 1cl Campari
Stir all ingredients in a tumbler filled with ice, rub the rim of the glass with orange zest and add it to the drink for decoration.

Wild Child Gimlet

5cl Wild Child - Berlin Dry Gin | 2cl Lime Juice
Mix all ingredients in a mixing glass over ice cubes with a dash of lime juice until the glass fogs up, then strain into a pre-cooled coupette or martini glass and serve with lime zest.

Bohemian Rhapsody Martini

3 cl Wild Child - Berlin Dry Gin | 1 cl  Sash & Fritz - Der Deutsche Wodka | 1 bar spoon Ice wine (A good Riesling Auslese will also do the trick!) | 1 dash Peychaud's Bitters
Stir all ingredients in a mixing glass over ice cubes until the glass fogs up, then strain into a pre-cooled coupette or martini glass.

Wild Child Basil Smash

6cl Wild Child - Berlin Dry Gin | 3 cl lemon juice, 6-8 basil leaves, 1-2 cl sugar syrup
Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice and shake vigorously for 10 to 15 seconds. Strain twice through a fine strainer into a tumbler filled with ice and serve decorated with a basil leaf.

Wild Child Gin & Tonic

5cl Wild Child - Berlin Dry Gin | 1-2 pieces star anise | Indian Tonic
Fill a large burgundy glass with ice, add the gin with a piece of star anise and swivel the glass for 10 - 20 seconds, top up with Thomas Henry Tonic Water as desired and serve with a dried orange.

Wild Child Rickey

5cl   Wild Child  | 1/2  Lime | Sodawater
Fill a large tumbler or a long drink glass with ice cubes, squeeze in the juice of half a lime, add the gin and top up with soda water to taste. Serve with a stick of lemongrass as a stirrer.

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