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BERRY GIN

Juniper berries give gin its characteristic flavour, but they're far from the only berries that distillers can include in their recipes. Our collection of berry gins features a variety of different inclusions that add the robust, tart, fruity flavours of berries to classic gin recipes. 

Many berry gins embrace the spirit's English heritage, featuring berries such as blackberries or raspberries. Blackberry gins are full of fruity sweetness, while raspberries can add more tartness. Gins that feature raspberry often include other botanicals or ingredients to balance this out by adding a note of sweetness. Traditional home recipes call for lots of sugar, but a combination of botanical ingredients produces subtler results. 

Probably the most famous of berry gins is sloe gin. Made from the fruit of the sloe or blackthorn plant, sloe gin is a traditional English spirit, originally made in the home with commercially-available gin and wild sloes. This gin has a rich, rounded flavour profile that makes it a popular choice for winter drinking -- especially since sloes are traditionally picked in autumn. 

These are the most common berry gins, but they're far from the only ones. Other berry gin recipes include blueberries for slight acidity with a hint of sweetness, while others feature redcurrants, mulberries or more. Combining these berry flavours with other ingredients leads to an almost limitless range of possibilities. Explore our collection of berry gins to see which of these fruity flavours is your favourite. 

 

Juniper berries give gin its characteristic flavour, but they're far from the only berries that distillers can include in their recipes. Our collection of berry gins features a variety of... read more »
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BERRY GIN

Juniper berries give gin its characteristic flavour, but they're far from the only berries that distillers can include in their recipes. Our collection of berry gins features a variety of different inclusions that add the robust, tart, fruity flavours of berries to classic gin recipes. 

Many berry gins embrace the spirit's English heritage, featuring berries such as blackberries or raspberries. Blackberry gins are full of fruity sweetness, while raspberries can add more tartness. Gins that feature raspberry often include other botanicals or ingredients to balance this out by adding a note of sweetness. Traditional home recipes call for lots of sugar, but a combination of botanical ingredients produces subtler results. 

Probably the most famous of berry gins is sloe gin. Made from the fruit of the sloe or blackthorn plant, sloe gin is a traditional English spirit, originally made in the home with commercially-available gin and wild sloes. This gin has a rich, rounded flavour profile that makes it a popular choice for winter drinking -- especially since sloes are traditionally picked in autumn. 

These are the most common berry gins, but they're far from the only ones. Other berry gin recipes include blueberries for slight acidity with a hint of sweetness, while others feature redcurrants, mulberries or more. Combining these berry flavours with other ingredients leads to an almost limitless range of possibilities. Explore our collection of berry gins to see which of these fruity flavours is your favourite. 

 

 
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