Early Scottish settlers planted the Blackthorn bush, also known as Sloe, around northern Tasmania to create field boundaries and to bring a sense of home. Tasmanian sloe berries were handpicked and sent fresh to our distillery and steeped in our Melbourne Dry Gin for months, before lightly sweetening and releasing at 37%
Low sugar, big flavour , high This is how sloe gin should taste.
(Excellent from the freezer)
Tasting notes Bright grapefruit and berries are evident on the nose, leading to a palate packed full of sloe with a light touch of spice, before moving to herbaceous green juniper
notes. There's a slight floral underdone and straight back to sloe berries. Excellent palate length.