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.
Edinburgh Gin Cannonball
The Recipe For This 100% Proof, Navy Strength Gin Has Been Inspired By Edinburgh’s Rich Maritime And Naval Heritage And The Famous One O’clock Gun.
With Double The Juniper Content Of Our Classic Gin, This Is A Striking Spirit, Characterised By Bold Juniper And Warming Oriental Spice From Szechuan Peppercorns. Lemon Zest And Orange Balance The Spicy Notes For A Zesty Finish.
Great In A Variety Of Drinks, From G&Ts With Extra Verve To Intense, Punchy Martinis And Negronis. Lemon Peel Is The Perfect Garnish To Complement The Gin’s Citrus Profile.
Beefeater London Dry Gin Was First Made In 1820 By James Burroughs. It Is Still, To This Day, Made To The Same Recipe. Great In A Martini, This Is A Spiced, Fruity Gin.
Nose – On The Nose Beefeater Is Both Spicy And Fruity. Nicely Balanced And Clearly Focused On The Juniper.
Palate – The Palate Is Dry With A Herbal Bouquet And Citrus Notes Complimenting The Juniper.
Perfect Serve – 50ml Beefeater Gin, Premium Tonic, Lots Of Ice And Garnish With A Slice Of Lemon And Orange.
Nose – Enough botanicals to make us wish we had five noses. Big notes of citrus, delicate menthol and flowers everywhere.
Palate – Cool at first. It quickly mellows out, warmth growing with citrus keeping it fresh throughout.
Finish – Long, with a good spice.