Plymouth Sloe Gin
The Black Friars Distillery, founded in 1697, is the oldest still working distillery in the world. The Plymouth Gin is produced in the traditional way until today. Due to the low juniper content and the absence of bitter aromas, the taste is significantly softer than other gins, making Plymouth Gin mild and pleasant to drink, both straight and in cocktails and long drinks.
In keeping with the typical British tradition, a sloe liqueur of a deep red color and an alcohol content of 26% vol.
Plymouth Sloe Gin is characterized by its full-bodied fruity, extremely smooth aroma, which masterfully balances sweet and dry. Fully ripe sloes, which when set, absorb the softness of Dartmoor water and the strength of Plymouth Gin, are the tasteful secret of this unique liqueur recipe from 1883. coriander, juniper, and cardamom compete with the echoes of
Blackthorn and make the gin so expressive. Tradition and the highest quality are combined in Plymouth Gin.