Sloane’s is unashamedly inspired by the great gins of the past, when gin had the wonderful influence of juniper and didn’t have to worry about being ‘cool’.
With a number of high-profile awards already under its belt - including a clean sweep of Best Gin, Best White Spirit and Double Gold at the San Francisco World Spirit Competition 2011 – the experts have also shown their resounding approval of Sloane’s.
The main difference between Sloane’s Gin and other gins is its unique distillation process. Each of the ten botanicals (including juniper berries and iris root from Italy, coriander from Morocco, angelica root and liquorice root from India and whole vanilla beans from Madagascar) is individually distilled, with only the ‘heart’ of the distillate being used to extract the purest flavour. Only once our master distiller is happy with the flavour of the individual distillates are they carefully blended together one at a time, thus creating subtle layers of flavour. Furthermore, unlike most other gins, our master distiller insists on using whole fresh botanicals (including the oranges and lemons from Spain) instead of dried peels wherever possible to further ensure the most natural flavours are captured. Exceptionally smooth and beautifully balanced, the result is the ultimate expression of a premium dry gin, with rich and full flavoured aromatics, including unapologetic notes of juniper and refreshing citrus, and a decidedly dry finish.www.sloanesgin.euOne of the test panel is a dedicated fan of gin and tonic, so it was only right he was given the chance to review this product. Usually unimpressed by anything other than Gordon’s, the quality and flavour of this gin got his attention straight away and he offered high praise for it: “Excellent, good flavour, and mixed very well with tonic!”