Our passion at Still Oaky Distillery is craft gin. Therefore, we potstill small batch. We make smooth handcrafted London Dry Gin made from apples.
Roasted Rooibos Infused
Rough Rooibos is sourced from the Piketberg region and dark roasted before infusing into our Searsia London Dry Gin .The Searsia is Pot-stilled from an Apple base and a special blend of Indian and European botanicals.This Roasted Rooibos Gin is a first of its kind with a note of veld fire smoke, complimented by the fresh forest scent of the Rooibos Fynbos.
A true South African Flavour.
Searsia London Dry
Searsia London Dry Gin is dedicated Johannes Smit, a role-model and free thinker who loved nature.
Our Gin is Pot-stilled from an Apple base and a special blend of Indian and European botanicals.
Because Searsia is distilled from Apples, the flavour of any fruit garnish is amplified
Q - Cumber Recipe
1 English Cucumber. 5 lime leaves. 2 teaspoons white sugar. 4 lemon slices, halved. 4 shots gin. 1 shot fresh lime juice. Freshly ground Black Pepper. Soda water (for serving). Using a vegetable peeler, shave 4 long, thin ribbons from cucumber; set aside. Cut a 10cm piece from remaining cucumber and coarsely chop. Crush with kaffir lime leaves, sugar, 2 lemon slices and ground black pepper in a cocktail shaker. Add the gin and lime juice and fill the shaker with ice. Cover and shake for about 20 seconds. Strain into 2 ice-filled tumbler glasses. Top off each with soda water. Gently stir to combine; garnish each with the 2 cucumber ribbons and remaining lemon slices.
Celery Tonic Recipe
1 Celery stalk, chopped. 1 tablespoon Sugar 30ml fresh Lemon juice. 2 shots Still Oaky Craft gin lemon twist (for serving). Muddle celery with sugar and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker. Add gin, fill shaker with ice, and shake until outside of shaker is frosty, about 30 seconds. Strain into a tumbler glass filled with ice and garnish with a lemon twist & celery stick
Good Old Fashion G & T Recipe
2 Shots Still Oaky craft gin. Tonic water (Indian Tonic). 1 A wedge of lime to garnish. Fill chilled double old-fashion glass with ice. Trace a wedge of lime around the rim of the glass. Gently squeeze lime into glass and leave in glass. Pour gin into the glass. Fill with tonic water.