This sloe gin recipe takes just ten minutes to prepare and anything up to three months to infuse. Sloes, the hard, blue-black fruit of the blackthorn, appear from the end of September/early October depending on the weather and where you live in the UK.
Take the rosemary sprig, and holding it in your hand clap sharply to bruise the rosemary before dropping into the cocktail glass. Next slowly pour the slow gin and cherry brandy into the glass before .
Two recipes: Wild Damson Gin and Sloe Gin recipes - started in August. We'll see how it tastes at Christmas. Update: good, ass-kicking,y strong. Saw Miss Marple drinking it straight. We prefer cut with ginger beer for a damson in distress cocktail.