How do you serve sipsmith sloe gin?

How do you serve sipsmith sloe gin?

  1. Simply fill a highball glass with ice.
  2. Add the hearty serving of Sipsmith® Sloe Gin.
  3. Top with lemon tonic / bitter lemon.
  4. Garnish with a slice of fresh lemon or orange.

What mixer is best with sloe gin?

Not sure how to drink your sloe gin? Well, traditionally it is drunk neat or in warm drinks like a hot toddy, but it’s also delicious over ice, combined with a light, neutral tonic with a sprig of rosemary to garnish, or even topped up with prosecco for a fabulous sparkling aperitif!

Do you drink sloe gin with a mixer?

Sloe gin is a fruity liqueur that can be served neat, with a mixer or even used in cooking.

What tonic goes with sipsmith sloe gin?

Lemon Tonic Water
Sipsmith Sloe Gin and Lemon Tonic Water Big bold flavours marry together perfectly to create an amazingly well-rounded and surprisingly refreshing drink. Perfect poured over plenty of ice.

What do you drink with Sipsmith gin?

Fill a highball glass with ice.

  • Pour in Sipsmith London Dry gin.
  • Top off with premium tonic (we use Fever Tree®)
  • Garnish with a wedge of fresh lime.
  • Can you heat up sloe gin?

    Add your sloe gin – after heating, unless you want to boil off some of the alcohol – and voila! In less than five minutes you’ll have an absolutely gorgeous drink that is guaranteed to warm your cockles and put a smile on your face, however cold, dark and rainy it is outside!

    How long does sloe gin last?

    Once a day for seven days, give the jar a good shake. Store the jar in a cool, dark place and leave for two to three months.

    Does sloe gin go off?

    Basically, the gin’s flavour will change (and get slightly worse) very gradually over time. It’s preferable to use up an opened bottle of gin within a year. Although it won’t go off, after a year or more opened gin won’t taste particularly nice.

    Can sloe gin go off?

    Unopened gin has a shelf life of several years – or even longer. So long as the bottle or seal isn’t broken, i.e. no air has been getting in, the alcohol will taste exactly the same when you do finally open it as when you bought it. Unlike wine, bottled gin doesn’t get better with age!

    How alcoholic is sloe gin?

    Sloe Gin tends to have a lower alcohol content than traditional gin of 15 and 30 percent by volume. The Settlers Sloe Gin is pleasantly tart with attractive juniper and herbal notes, but is a proper gin with an alcohol content of 43 ABV.

    How to make a sloe gin cocktail?

    Add the whisky, sloe gin, absinthe and orange bitters, and fill the cocktail shaker with very cold ice. Shake well and strain into a chilled cocktail glass, and garnish with a brandied cherry. Seeking more sloe ginspiration?

    Is Sipsmith sloe gin any good?

    If you like the idea of sloe gin but not the sugary sweetness of most commercial and home-made versions, you will almost certainly like Sipsmith Sloe Gin, which has a convincing vibrant sloe flavour with high-quality dry gin behind it. The sloe variety (now available in a single year vintage) has attracted a growing cult.

    What are the most common mistakes when making sloe gin?

    The second common error when making sloe gin is using a cheap gin. Far from masking a bad spirit, sloe berries highlight the quality of the gin. That’s why it’s worth splashing out a few extra pounds to upgrade to a better gin, such as our award-winning London Dry Gin.

    What is in a Sipsmith drink?

    Sipsmith London Cup is a sublimely sippable punch crafted from our award-winning London Dry Gin, infused with tea, borage, lemon verbena and a host of other botanicals.