Plymouth Gin
Sloe gin

Sloe gin

The making of fruit gins has long been a tradition in the English countryside, and ours keeps true to a recipe dating back to 1883.

Serving
Suggestions

It can be enjoyed chilled over ice or simply neat. Of course, it’s also superb in cocktails.

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Tasting
Notes

The Nose

A clear character of mellow sloe berries, it’s fruity with notes of sweet cherry and a slight scent of almonds.

The Palate

Fruity, smooth and full-bodied, with a perfect balance of sweet and dry.

The Finish

Long, fresh and fruity.

The
Botanicals

Juniper Berries

Juniper Berries

If there are no Juniper Berries it’s not gin. Their essential oils provide an aroma of pine and a hint of bitterness on the palate.

Coriander Seed

Coriander Seed

Provides a balance to the gin with its citrus aromas, hint of sour and spice.

Orange Peels

Orange Peels

An eating orange from Spain brings a delicate sweetness to the gin’s aromatics.

Lemon Peels

Lemon Peels

Adds a background note of fresh citrus.

Green Cardamom

Green Cardamom

The highest percentage of essential oils out of any of our botanicals, it also adds a hint of menthol to the gin.

Angelica Root

Angelica Root

Brings the distinctive dry finish that English gins are deservedly famous for, along with a complex sweetness.

Orris Root

Orris Root

Along with a hint of violet, this natural preservative ensure every bottle we make retains its full flavour and aroma.

Sloe Berries

Sloe Berries

Delivers a rounded fruitiness thanks to an intense plum taste and a hint of almonds.

Our
Awards

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

San Francisco World Spirits Competition

quote marks From the deep, rich red of its colour to its succulently smooth taste, Plymouth Sloe Gin is a beautiful balance of sweet and bitter, and a perfect winter warmer. quote marks

Sean Harrison

Master Distiller

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