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Sacred Sloe Gin

(70cl, 28.8%)

Sacred Sloe Gin

Sacred Sloe Gin Bottling Note

A classic English sloe gin from the Sacred microdistillery. This organic bottling was distilled with pinch of extra juniper for a fabulously rich, spicy expression that is simply teaming with all the flavours you've come to expect from an exemplary sloe gin.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Cooking spice and toasted almonds join the big waves of fresh sloe.

Palate: Earthy, tangy juniper offers the perfect complement to the thick, sweet red berry notes. A bed of winter spices prickle underneath.

Finish: The finish is tart and pleasant.

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Sacred Sloe Gin Reviews


I had very high hopes for it after tasting their old tom gin but it just wasn't for me. It had notes of liquorice and a few other things that didn't really work together. The only other sloe gins I can compare it to ar emy homemade one and the Njord slow sloe. Compared to those, it didn't have any of that distinct sloe taste. It's not sweet enough and the different taste elements create a weird gin without any of the classic sloe taste.

15th December 2019


Best sloe on the market hands down!

11th November 2019

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