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Sloe gin. Traditional recipe for sloe gin

Submitted by hazel_eyes

This is delicious and warming in front of an open fire in wintry weather.

1lb sloes (fruits of the blackthorn: prunus spinosa)
1lb brown sugar
1 litre of gin

wash and prick sloes (traditionally with a silver pin) put in a large sterilized airtight jar (le parfait) add sugar and gin.
leave for a minimum three months, 
invert jar daily until the sugar has dissolved.
can drink, but better left for three more, or until next xmas.



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You've just made my mouth water ..... Comments By: Anne on 2004-11-25
I also love Damson Gin. The trouble is, it's very " more-ish".

Thanks for this recipe, it's slightly different than mine, so I will give your recipe a try.

 
extra umph!! Comments By: anon on 2006-09-05
Try adding 8 blanched almonds to this recipe for extra flavour.
 
Extra extra oomph Comments By: Anon on 2006-09-08
You can substitue the cracked stones (kernels) of apricots, cherries or peaches.
 



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