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Fruity, aromatic and complex. This is one of our favourite sloe gin cocktails. Photographed in a gorgeously delicate Nick & Nora glass from Artesian Bar,
Lighter in colour and more mellow in flavour than a classic Negroni with sloe gin adding richness and subtle berry flavours.
A riff on the classic Negroni from Vietnam which brilliantly set the richness of sloe gin against bone dry fino sherry while harnessing the herbal bitterness
A beautifully fruity, adult balance of bittersweet flavours.
The rich wintery flavours of sloe gin and honey are balanced by lemon juice with clove providing seasonal spice and rosé champagne lifting and refreshing
With the right brand of sloe gin and champagne, this citrusy berry cocktail is just on the dry/tart side of balanced (add more sugar or choose your sloe
Tequila adds a Mexican touch to the Slow Screw family to create a tasty riff on a Screwdriver. Great for a lazy summer afternoon or a barbeque.
Sloe gin is the 'Slow', Sothern Comfort is the 'Comfortable', vodka and orange juice are the 'Screw' (as in Screwdriver), ice is the 'Cold', overproof
Galliano adds the wall (as in Harvey Wallbanger) and some herbal peppermint to this Slow Comfortable Screw. Yes, the name's corny but made with fresh orange,
One of the better Sloe Comfortable Screw derivations - Overproof rum provides the Bang. Boozy fruity and balanced rather than sweet – what's not to like?
The rum and cognac combo from Between the Sheets served as part of the Slow Comfortable genre. As with so many of the Slow Comfortable family of cocktails,
As the name suggests, this is simply a classic Negroni with sloe gin introduced as a fourth ingredient. Its flavour is exactly as it says on the tin –
Reminiscent of a fruity screwdriver with botanical gin character. When made with a good slow gin and freshly squeezed orange juice this is a great brunch
A pleasantly fruity sweet n sour cocktail with equal parts scotch and sloe gin liqueur shaken with lemon juice and a dash of absinthe. The quality and
As Dick Bradsell once said to me, It may make you wobble, but it won't make you fall down. Dick named this cocktail after the 1970s' Weebles children's
A Screwdriver that's flavoured and lightly sweetened with a trio of liqueurs.
Dilution is key to this fruity sweet 'n' sour cocktail, hence, depending on your ice, the Charlie Chaplin may benefit from the addition of a splash of
Cognac, chartreuse, sloe gin and lemon juice served in a tall foaming fizz – its name inspired by the Morning Glory Fizz.
A fruit-led long drink for gin-loving Bowie fans.
This rust coloured drink is fruity and delicate.
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