Sloe Gin has a rich red color, which is the result of steeping the finest sloe berries in high strength Plymouth Gin and soft Dartmoor water.
The result is a smooth liqueur taste with a beautiful balance between sweet and bitter fruit flavours, and a hint of almonds from the stone of the fruit.
Gin” is one of the five major spirits, of an infamous reputation, dates back to 16th century Holland. Its flavor tastes of juniper berries where it gets its name, and other minor botanicals such as citrus and anise. London Dry Gin is the most popular style used for mixed drinks.