Our Sloe Gin is made the traditional way by soaking whole hedgerow sloes in gin and sugar. They make it using 4oz sugar to a 70cl bottle of gin. This gives a drier style Sloe Gin in which one can really taste the fruit, without the sweetness being over-powering. The very thing for the hip flask on a cold winter`s day. Try making a 'Sloe Gin Fizz' (proportions: 1 measure Sloe Gin, 1 teaspoonful lemon juice, soda water to taste. Serve in a champagne saucer). Free from preservatives and colourings. Radio 4 Food Programme; Derek Cooper 'we think it's rather good', Marguerite Patten 'Clean, fresh, lovely', Andrew Jefford 'Delicious' Tamasin Day-Lewis, 'The best fruit liqueurs I've ever tasted'
Hoxton Gin takes the classic juniper-driven character of gin and adds something exotic: distilled with coconut and grapefruit, it is uniquely smooth and rounded, opening up a whole new world of possibilities. Immersed in the creative juices of Hoxton, Gerry Calabrese, owner of The Hoxton Pony, Shoreditch, had the idea of recreating a classic; to create a fun Gin that's like no other on the market. One that's smooth, easy and different from the rest - Hoxton Gin. It reinvigorates such standards as the G&T, and an additional dash of grapefruit juice transforms this classic. But it is so fine, there's no need to dress it up: try the Naked Martini - simply serve the gin straight from the freezer into an ice cold martini glass.
Brockmans is a beautifully made, intensely smooth gin to be enjoyed into the night. It is deliciously sumptuous with a daring allure. The flavour notes that make Brockmans so unique are derived from an intriguing and unique bond of flavours. The Bulgarian coriander plays its part,it has an aromatic, almost gingery orange flavour, which marries beautifully with the softer, more rounded harmonies of blueberries and blackberries. This inspired combination, together with the dry, bitter sweet peel of Valencia oranges, prolong the deeper tones and serve to give Brockmans its intensely smooth, beautiful taste.