This gin is named after the most famous German legend, the Nibelungen. While this legend is positively old with almost 1,000 years on its back, the dry gin is quite young still. Siegfried Rheinland Dry Gin came into the world of German gin in 2015 in Bonn. From then on, it was only a short time before the dry gin conquered the hearts of critics worldwide. The dry gin received two double gold medals at the World Spirits Awards and China Wine & Spirits Awards in 201 and the gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competitions 2015 and 2016. Experts and pros all over the world quickly became aware of the German Gin - for good reason!
The most characterizing detail about Siegfried Rheinland Dry Gin is its name giver's weakness: the lime blossom. It is the central ingredient next to 17 other botanicals that are used in the production. There's not much known about those but an extensive tasting of Siegfried Gin yields some insight: there's juniper, thyme, cardamom, ginger, lavender, bitter orange, angelica root and cubeb pepper. The dry gin is manufactured traditionally in Bonn in the Rhineland region - it's all about passion for the brand. There are no additives or artificial aromas involved, and the gin is not filtered. This way, Siegfried Gin is wonderfully viscous, almost oily. You can relish it neat without trouble since it melts on your tongue offering a lovely bouquet of aromas. At 82 proof, you will be able to taste every single nuance of Siegfried Dry Gin.
It's one thing to win awards and the hearts of critics, but it all stands and falls with the customers. Siegfried Rheinland Dry Gin may not be as widely known as Monkey 47, but it has still been able to make itself a name. In our shops, it's one of the gins our customers regularly love to buy. In the big cities, every bar that is worth its salt puts a bottle of Siegfried Gin on their shelf.