Warner’s Sloe Gin
From: Warner’s Distillery
Warner’s (formerly Warner Edwards) award-winning Sloe Gin is an intensely fruity liqueur, made with handpicked hedgerow sloe berries.
Each year, around the start of October, they run a Sloe Swap on Falls Farm, where they invite their Gin Fans from across the UK to exchange their handpicked sloe berries for a bottle of their Sloe Gin.
They celebrate true craft by adding the hand-picked sloe berries to their Harrington Dry Gin live on the day, where they will macerate until ready to be bottled. The team are on Falls Farm throughout the day, so you can talk to their distilling team to discover the art behind distilling, and learn how one of the best Sloe Gins in the world is made.
Gin-Note.com™ flavour guidance
Intense and Sweet
Warner’s award-winning Sloe Gin is an intensely fruity liqueur, made with handpicked hedgerow sloe berries.
Ideal mixer: Citrus tonic
Recommended garnish: Wedge of fresh lime
Ideal serve: Serve with lemon tonic and garnish with a wedge of fresh lime
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|Rich sloe and cherry with blood oranges give a luscious nose with some sweetness and a slight sour note.
|A wonderfully thick feel, with blackberry jam and a little nutmeg. Cinnamon mixes with the tart sloes and a little sweet orange to give a truly decadent experience.
|The finish is long with dark chocolate, juniper and some sweetness the lingers gently on the palate.
|Serve with lemon tonic and garnish with a wedge of fresh lime
Meet the producer
Warner's Distillery is a global award-wining artisan gin distillery set up by Tom Warner on the family farm, in a 200-year-old converted barn in the picturesque village of Harrington, Northamptonshire. Read more
Warner's Distillery was established in 2012 and produces a range of award-wining artisan gins distilled at their 200-year-old converted barn in the village of Harrington, Northamptonshire. They blend pure, natural spring water, grain spirit, home-grown elderflower, plus ten other botanicals, to create a fantastically smooth and aromatic dry gin.
Meet the distiller
Gin industry pioneer brought colours and flavours of the British countryside to the category Growing up on a farm not only instilled Tom Warner’s legendary work ethic but arguably was the inspiration behind the explosion of flavoured gins which brought thousands of new consumers to the category. Tom’s journey to making gin started as a practical approach to farm diversification. Read more