6 O’clock Sloe Gin
6 O’clock Sloe Gin Is Made In Small Catches Using Handpicked, Wild, Hedgerow Sloes.
The Intense Fruit Flavour Of This Traditional Classic Is Achieved By Using A High Sloe To Gin Ratio, Plenty Of Sugar, Then Patiently And Slowly Maturing For At Least 6 Months.
Smooth, Intense And With A Robust Flavour Enjoy Neat, Or In A Cocktail.
Ancient Mariner London Dry Gin
The Ancient Mariner’s London Dry Gin Was Chosen From More Than 25 Different Recipes, Created With 100% British Grains And Distilled In London. It Is Named, Of Course, For Coleridge’s Famous Poem The Rime Of The Ancient Mariner.
Nose – Herbal Nose With Tangy Fresh Juniper And Hints Of Oily Spices.
Palate – Earthy Juniper Delivery. Dry And Crisp, With A Good Interplay Between The Other Botanicals. Hints Of Citrus Develop.
Finish – Peppery Finish. Quite Oily.
Nose – There are strong berry notes such as blueberry and blackberry. There is also a clean and refreshing influence of citrus.
Palate – The gin is light on the palate, yet full of flavours such as orange peel. It is intensely smooth.
Finish – There is a long and full-bodied finish to the gin. It sits very nicely on the palate.
6 O’clock Damson Gin
Made By Bramley & Gage, A Small Family Business Based On The Edge Of Bristol. Made The Traditional Way – No Preservatives Or Colourings. A Fresh, Bright And Bold Damson Gin.
Rich Spicy Notes And A Smooth Body.
Fruity, Aromatic And Drying. Fragrant Spices Integrate Perfectly With The Damsons Rightly Taking The Lead.
Delicious Neat, With Tonic Or Mix With Ginger Ale For A Refreshing Damson Mule.