Our Sloe Gin is made the traditional way by soaking whole hedgerow sloes in gin and sugar.
They make it using 4oz sugar to a 70cl bottle of gin. This gives a drier style Sloe Gin in which one can really taste the fruit, without the sweetness being over-powering. The very thing for the hip flask on a cold winter's day.
Try making a "Sloe Gin Fizz" (proportions: 1 measure Sloe Gin, 1 teaspoonful lemon juice, soda water to taste. Serve in a champagne saucer).
Free from preservatives and colourings.
Radio 4 Food Programme; Derek Cooper "we think it's rather good", Marguerite Patten "Clean, fresh, lovely", Andrew Jefford "Delicious"
Tamasin Day-Lewis, "The best fruit liqueurs I've ever tasted"
Gin & Genever
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