Dyfi Distillery has announced its official entry into the U.S. with Dyfi Gin.
Founded by two brothers, Pete and Danny Cameron, Dyfi Gin (pronounced “dovey”) is made using 28 botanicals, the majority of which are hand-foraged in the valley surrounding the distillery in Wales, the company says.
“Our goal with Dyfi Gin has always been to capture the essence of the Welsh countryside in a bottle,” says Danny, Co-Founder and Master Blender of Dyfi Distillery. “Every batch we produce is the result of careful and meticulous foraging, harvesting and blending. It brings me immense joy to share Dyfi Gin with the world, inviting everyone to experience the magic and unique character of Wales through our exceptional spirits.”
Dyfi Gin takes its inspiration from the Dyfi Valley, a UNESCO-certified World Biosphere Reserve. This acknowledges the ecological value and cultural significance of the Dyfi Valley, the company says.
“Foraging is at the heart of Dyfi Gin and our commitment to showcasing the natural bounty of the Welsh landscape,” says Pete, Co-Founder and Master Distiller of Dyfi Distillery. “We are passionate about sustainably hand-foraging the finest botanicals that thrive in the Dyfi Valley. Each ingredient is carefully selected, ensuring that every bottle of Dyfi Gin captures the essence of the wild flavors and aromatic wonders found in our surroundings. It’s a privilege to honor the art of foraging and share the distinctness of our terroir with the world.”
A botanically rich, naturally flavored gin, Dyfi Gin is a modern interpretation of the classic London Dry method, the company says. The juniper remains on the green, clean and grassy end of its capacity.
Dyfi Gin is imported by Broadbent Selections, Richmond, VA. It’s available for purchase at retailers for a suggested price of $69.99 per 750-ml. bottle.