Sloe Gin

  • Can sloe gin be poisonous?

    Sloes are not edible raw, they are mouth-puckeringly astringent, but they are delicious as a fruity flavouring for gin (or brandy or vodka?) and sloe gin is very simple to…

  • Can i make sloe gin in a plastic bottle?

    You don’t need to use Kilner jars; just something that forms a pretty good seal – old gin bottles or even plastic drinking water bottles will do. … As with…

  • Can sloe gin go bad?

    Gin stays fine for years, and its shelf life is basically indefinite. … Like with other distilled liquors, it’s generally best to use the opened bottle of gin within a…

  • How often do you turn sloe gin?

    Store the jar in a cool, dark place and leave for two to three months. Line a plastic sieve with a square of muslin set over a bowl and strain…

  • How much sugar to add to sloe gin?

    Add sugar. We recommend to only add the sweetness after straining the sloe gin through a super fine sieve. The best way to then add sugar is by using simple…

  • How much sloes for sloe gin?

    Mix 100 gr sugar (granulated or caster) and 50 ml water in a saucepan and heat slowly until the sugar is dissolved. Let this cool. This is sufficient for 800…

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