Introducing 5Nines Wild Citrus Gin

GinFever brings you Wild Citrus Gin. Born out of distiller's desire to create a bold gin which was a little less of a traditional dry style gin, and something which people could drink with mixers other than tonic, or even use as a unique cocktail base. Incredibly versatile, this is a fantastic entry gin for those who are new to gin or don't like tonic. Wild Citrus is delicious paired with Fever-Tree Ginger Ale, or Fever-Tree Elderflower tonic or simply Fever-Tree Soda Water. Especially if you add a mint leaf or two.

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Tasting Notes

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Meet the Distiller: 5Nines Distilling

Let us introduce you to 5Nines. Two guys, David Pearse and Steven Griguol, with one sole passion – to create the perfect spirit. At 5Nines it's all about trying to achieve perfection.  5Nines - 99.999% perfection. With their small batch distillery located in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, 5Nines specialise in hand crafted single malt whisky, gin and other premium spirits by procuring the most unique and finest botanicals.

Botanical Profile

Juniper — Fresh pine and resinous notes
Coriander seed — Spice with citrus hints
Mandarin — Sweet and fruity
Orange — Bright citrus lift
Lime — Citrus sharpness
Angelica — Structure and violets while allowing other aromas to linger
Cassia — Spicy and aromatic back notes
Star anise — Liquorice palate excitement
Almond — Nutty structure
Cloves — Spicy and fragrant

Tasting Notes

Your gin starts its life as a refined spirit, traditionally distilled. Then a blend of the base liquor and Adelaide Hills spring water gently infusing it with three types of fresh South Australian citrus fruits (mandarin, lime & orange) alongside various spices (coriander seed, cloves & star anise), and adding a unique blend of botanicals sourced from around the globe.

5Nines peel the three types of citrus by hand, preserving their true essence, capturing the unique characteristics and delicate flavours ensuring outstanding quality for you, the gin connoisseur.

Bottled at 48.3% ABV.

Breakfast G&T

A deliciously boozy start to a Sunday brunch!


30ml 5Nines Wild Citrus Gin
2 teaspoons of orange marmalade
A dash or two of lemon juice
Fever-Tree Elderflower tonic
About 6 fresh mint leaves
A slice of fresh orange for garnish


Add the gin, orange marmalade and half of the mint leaves to a cocktail shaker, together with a few ice cubes. Shake well for about 15 seconds. Add some ice cubes to a gin glass. Strain the drink from the cocktail shaker into the glass. Top up with Elderflower tonic and garnish with the orange slice and remaining mint leaves.

Gin & Ginger


30ml 5Nines Wild Citrus Gin
90ml Light Ginger Ale
Navel orange wheel
Fresh mint leaves


Combine all ingredients into a generously iced gin balloon or wine glass.

Garnish with a sprig of mint and a navel orange wheel.

5Nines Espresso Martini

For those Martini lovers. Not technically a martini... but a delicious boozy choc orange caffeine hit nonetheless!


30ml 5Nines Wild Citrus Gin
30ml Espresso liqueur
30ml Cold brewed espresso (or regular espresso chilled)
30ml Tia Maria
Orange peel or jaffa to garnish
15ml Egg White (optional)


Combine all spirits and coffee in a cocktail shaker. Fill the shaker with ice and shake very vigorously until cold. For an extra decadent creamy cocktail, remove the ice (fancy term is “dry shake”) the egg white vigorously. Double strain into a chilled Martini glass Garnish with orange peel twirl and/or half jaffa.



60ml 5Nines Wild Citrus Gin
30ml lime juice
120ml Fever-Tree Soda water
15ml simple syrup (or 1/2 a teaspoon of fine sugar)
8 fresh mint leaves


Place the mint leaves at the bottom of a cocktail shaker. Fill shaker with ice, add the Gin, lime juice. Shake until the shaker is chilled. Strain into a chilled highball glass and top up with the soda water. Garnish with a fresh mint leaf.

Blood Orange Gin Sangria

A light, citrus filled, refreshing, vibrant orange Sangria perfect for kicking off your next Mexican party.


300ml 5Nines Wild Citrus Gin
1 bottle Sauvignon Blanc (dry)
½ cup Aperol liqueur
½ cup Caster sugar
Blood Oranges, thinly sliced (or navel oranges)
Limes, thinly slices
½ large cucumber, thinly sliced
Sparkling water


Pour the wine, gin and Aperol into a large jug or punch bowl. Add the caster sugar and stir until dissolved, add ½ first, and adjust to taste). Add blood oranges, cucumbers and limes. Refrigerate until ready to serve Add ice to a stemless wine glass or tumbler , fill with 2/3 sangria. Top with sparkling water.

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