Brookie's Slow Gin 70cl

Australian Gin • 70cl • 26%
Product details
Brookie's Slow Gin
Country Australian Gin
Distillery/Brand Cape Byron

Brookie's Slow Gin

From the Cape Byron distillery in Australia comes Brookie's Slow Gin. It's created in the style of sloe gin, just without any sloes. Instead, the distillers macerate the Davidson plum (a rain forest fruit native to Byron Bay) in their gin for months at a time (it's certainly slow indeed), before blending the mixture with Mouth Warning spring water. Excellent stuff for using in cocktails and mixed drinks.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Fresh peach and raspberry, while a subtle tickle of peppery juniper and pine develop behind the sweet fruit notes.

Winner of 4 spirit awards

Flavoured - 2018
The Gin Masters (The Spirits Business)
Country Winner Gold
Country Winner Gold
Flavoured Gin - 2021
World Gin Awards
Sloe Gin - 2020
World Gin Awards
Fruit Liqueur - 2019
San Francisco World Spirits Competition

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Reviews for Brookie's Slow Gin
Mulled Plum Gin is the winter way forward!
A lockdown winter Sunday made all the better by making a Mulled Brookie's Slow.
Had a play around with a few recipes and settled on this...
Ingredients (proportions to roughly multiply up)
100ml Cloudy apple juice
100ml Water
50ml Brookie’s Slow Gin
Orange peel /slice to garnish
One Cinnamon stick
3 Cloves
3 cardamom pods
Put apple juice, water, orange peel and spices into a pan and simmer for 20 minutes.
Carefully pour the warmed ingredients into a glass and then add the Brookie’s Slow gin.
Stir a couple of times so Slow gin is mixed through and then add your garnish.
Garnish with a half orange slice and/or a cinnamon stick.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Perfect Plum Gin Negroni!
I was an article on Brookie's Slow in The Telegraph for a Plum Negroni so I just had to try - it's delicious. Negronis can be a bit too bitter for some but this for me is now the perfect combination with the juicy sweet plum gin instead of a London Dry.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Hits my top spot in the fruit gin league
Love that this is really fruity, juicy and not sugary like most others I've tried.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Perfect for a winter lockdown
I've been looking into new winter drink ideas and being a fan of hot toddies and mulled wine, I decided to try Brookie's plum gin instead and it's going to be my lockdown winter warming go-to to cheer me up.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Best fruity gin I've tried
This plum gin is great just on it's own over ice and also so refreshingly simple with soda.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Great tasting for a good cause.
I love my gin but this gin is unreal. Absolutely love it. The story behind this is amazing as it’s helping deforestation and it tastes fantastic!
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago