Plymouth Sloe Gin
|Article:||Plymouth Sloe Gin|
|Producer:||Black Friars Distillery|
|Characteristics:||Sloe berries soaked for about 4 months in Plymouth gin, pure Dartmoor water and a little sugar.|
|Colour:||Intens deep red|
|Flavour:||Fruity, clear note of sloe berries, a little sweet cherry with a breath of almonds from the stone of the fruit.|
|Taste:||Fruity, fresh and full-bodied with a balanced sweetness and dryness.|
|Finish:||Lasting, fresh and fruity.|
|Drink recommendation:||Chilled over ice, neat or in cocktails.|
The oldest distillery still working in England is the Black Friars Distillery, its foundation dates back to the year 1697.
A gin only then may bear the protected name "Plymouth gin" if the production is carried out in Plymouth, south west England.
It is produced from a pure distillate of the best grain, 7 different contents or botanicals and soft water from Dartmoor.
|Country of origin:||England|
|Company:||Black Friars Distillery|
|Address:||60 Southside Street The Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2LQ|