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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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. The home of gin and many liqueurs, England is increasingly producing craft vodka, rum and non-alcoholic spirits.
Gordon's Sloe Gin is a testament to the craftsmanship and dedication that goes into creating a truly exceptional gin. We take the finest wild sloe berries and steep them gently, before adding Gordon's London Dry Gin, combining the juniper taste of Gordon's with cassis sweetness. HOW IT'S MADE - We take the finest wild sloe berries and steep them gently, before adding Gordon's gin. This unique gin takes inspiration from the Italian region of Parma, renowned for its exquisite flavors and craftsmanship.Gordon believed that success lay in the elegant combination of pure distilled grain spirit and rich botanicals.
We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented here and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. Drinking responsibly, not only keeps you safe, but it also sets a positive example for those around you.While remaining true to Juniper the key ingredient to most gins, Gordon believed that success was in the perfect combination of pure distilled grain spirit and rich botanicals. So next time you're out with friends or enjoying a drink at home, remember to do so responsibly and in moderation. Whitley Neill Gooseberry Gin 70cl Introducing Whitley Neill Gooseberry Gin, a delightful and refreshing twist on traditional gin.
Gordon’s Sloe gin, a British classic, was first released in 1906 and builds on centuries of tradition.
With each sip, you'll discover the complexity of flavors, from the sweetness of the berries to the earthy undertones of the gin. The Liberator Wines We’ve had the great pleasure of knowing Richard for many years now – not just from a shared passion of South African wine, but also out of mutual respect.