Aromatically it shows fresh pine needles, citrus and spice, and distinct peppery, dense raspberry notes. The palate is lovely and sweet with a long juniper and spice character on the finish.
Unlike Sloe Gin (which is less than 30% ABV), the alcohol is 37.8%. So it packs a punch and is ideal in a range of cocktails, like Sam’s ‘Bloody Floradora’. We also love it straight on the rocks in all its pure purple glory, garnished with a slice of orange. Or in a fabulously colourful G&T!