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Elephant Sloe Gin bottling season

We take great care in picking our sloe berries for producing our Elephant Sloe Gin.

These succulent berries are harvested ripe at the end of autumn, just after the first frost, for the fullest flavour. The skin of the fruit is then cut before the berries are left to macerate for 4 months in Elephant London Dry Gin.

And now, it’s finally time to bottle this red-tinted spirit that unfolds a richly rounded, lightly sweet fruity bouquet!

Here is a peek behind the curtains.

 

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Elephant Sloe Gin bottling season

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