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Greenall’s Sloe Gin

From Quintessential Brands G&J Distillers

Greenall’s, the world’s original London Dry Gin made to the same recipe for 256 years, has launched a new look and recipe for its latest hand-crafted Greenall’s Sloe Gin expression.

G&J Distiller’s Master Distiller, Joanne Moore, has selected the traditional flavour of sloe berries using Greenall’s eight botanicals, with their rich juniper notes and mature citrus and spice, combining with the sloes to create a warming drink, perfect for autumn and winter drinking and bottled at 26% abv.

The result is a rich ruby red colour, with a classic sloe gin aroma of almond and cherry, underpinned by juniper, citrus and warm earthy spice notes.

Nose:A classic sloe gin aroma of almond and cherry, underpinned by juniper, citrus and warm earthy spice notes.
Finish:The taste is smooth with a fruity depth, rounded off with sweetness and a medium length.
Serve:Greenall’s Take It Sloe Hot Toddy with cloudy apple juice, cinnamon and cloves.

Botanicals used in Greenall’s Sloe Gin

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