Royal Sedang 1888 Gin

Royal Sedang 1888 Gin

Royal Sedang is the meeting of French and Vietnamese cultures, seen through the adventure of Charles Marie de Mayrena. He became the last French King after being elected by local Vietnamese tribes as Chief of the Kingdom of Sedang in 1888. Charles Marie was a great lover of Indochina and its culture, where he spent the rest of his life after marrying a Vietnamese lady. Charles Marie was also a great gin lover, as told in books about his incredible life! Royal Sedang makes the drinker feel as if they are entering into a fresh food market in Vietnam or enjoying a fruit breakfast at a hotel bar. The aromas and flavours of Lemongrass, Jasmine Tea, Lime…the most alluring in the world! Distillation expertise since 1870. Slow maceration and alcohol reduction process giving Royal Sedang its finesse.

Our expertise is the inheritance of two traditions: the tradition of our family, who built the distillery in 1870, and the tradition of a retired Master Distiller who helped us bring an old Copper Pot still back to life and shared some secrets on how to operate it. The finesse of our Gin relies on a long maceration with our chosen botanicals in order to achieve full extraction of their flavour components. The production process is a slow and careful one. From distillation in our Copper Pot still to reduction, the process will take six to eight weeks in order to keep the most flavoursome aromas in our Gin.

⚫ Distilled and bottled in France, distillation in Copper Pot still

⚫ Long maceration

⚫ Fresh botanicals: Lime, Lemongrass, Ginger, Litchi, Jasmin Tea, Coriander  

⚫ Slow reduction with pure spring water.

⚫ First 100% Asian Botanical Gin

⚫ Exotic flavours