Made from gin-infused sloes that are then steeped in their cider. The result is an 18% ABV smooth blend of sweetness and sloe bitters. It’s great on its own or as a long drink with elderflower presse, ice and a sprig of mint or ginger ale. Try adding to Prosecco to make a delicious blush.
Sweet and warming on the tongue, red fruits pass into warm marmalade. It has a complexity reminiscent of dark Jerez sherries and ports. (Written by Cheryl Cade, Beer & Cider Sommelier and International judge.)
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