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Gordon's Sloe Gin | 26% vol | 70cl | Crafted from Wild Sloe Berries & Gordon's Gin | Enjoy in a Gin Glass with Tonic | Gin Botanicals with Cassis Sweetness | Flavoured Gin

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The berry flavours are strong but not overpowering (neither jarringly artificial like some cheaper versions nor "so subtle you're not sure it's there" like some more expensive ones. Using hand-picked sloes form the UK and Northern Europe, the gin is a stunning shade of deep plum and has aromas of cherry, nectarine and marzipan. Prepared from wild sloe berries and Gordon's gin - Gordon's Sloe Gin is a traditional British treasure. Please note, whilst the majority of parcels sent on this service are received next day, this is not guaranteed. The syrupy yet tart liquid, brimming with black fruits, cinnamon and almonds, is dangerous enough alone, but comes alive topped with chilled prosecco.

Whitley Neill Gooseberry Gin 70cl Introducing Whitley Neill Gooseberry Gin, a delightful and refreshing twist on traditional gin. To this day, Gordon's London Dry Gin is distilled to the same exacting standard, earning its place as the world's number 1 gin. Even if the days of foraging hedgerows are gone, they make this sticky liqueur the traditional way, macerating ripe, bittersweet sloes in gin and sugar.The exact blend of botanicals remains a closely guarded secret with a combination of handpicked wild juniper berries, coriander, angelica and liquorice. The Gordon’s distillery was established in 1769 by Alexander Gordon as he set out on a mission to produce a gloriously tasting gin worthy of carrying his family name. A harmony of bold fruit and tart berry flavours, rounded out by the dry, crisp juniper of the underlying gin and a light touch of residual sweetness.

The sloe berries, known for their rich flavor and vibrant hue, are carefully steeped in Gordon's gin, allowing the flavors to harmonize and create a gin that is bursting with character.Drinking responsibly, not only keeps you safe, but it also sets a positive example for those around you. Whitley Neill Parma Violet Gin 70cl Discover the enticing and aromatic world of Whitley Neill Parma Gin. Over the past 25 years, Master of Wine, Richard Kelley has become one of the most respected authorities on South African wine in the UK and beyond. Gordon's Sloe Gin is made from Gordon's gin, sloe berries and sugar, giving it a sweet, jammy flavour that turns every cocktail you mix it with a warming ruby red. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this exquisite spirit is the perfect balance of tradition and innovation.

Throughout this fruitful period, he established a healthy rapport with the great and the good of the local wine scene, affording him access to their distinguished cellars. The driver will input your year of birth into their device and may then require an ID check to complete the age verification process. Excellent Product, Gordon's Sloe Gin achieves a defining balance between the fruit, sweetness and the Gin. Please always read the labels, warnings, and directions provided with the product before using or consuming a product.Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. They mention that it is a great product, it is warming when sipped neat, and is the best drink in the world. Let its distinctive character elevate classic favorites or inspire new creations that will delight your taste buds. Information and statements about products are not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. If you continue without changing your cookies settings, we’ll assume you’re happy with the use of all cookies on our site.

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