- Type: Gin Liqueurs
- Country: England
- Brand name: Chase Williams Sloe & Mulberry
- Bottle size: 50cl
- Style: Fruit
- Code: 33698
- Abv: 29%
- Format: Glass Bottle
- Sloe Berry
Chase Sloe & Bitter Lemon
Add all ingredients into a mixing glass and stir with cubed ice until thoroughly chilled. Double strain into a rocks glass over cubed ice and garnish with fresh lemon peel.
Build the first 3 ingredients in a rocks glass and mix with crushed ice. Top with a little more crushed ice and drizzle Sloe Gin over ice to finish. Garnish with fresh blackberries and a ginger slice.
Blackberries and Ginger
About the Spirit
Chase Distillery is the first distillery in the UK dedicated to the field to bottle cause where all of their spirits are grown, distilled and bottled on their rural Herefordshire farm.
Without Juniper, there would be no gin at all. The origins of gin as we know it date back to 16th century Holland where Juniper and grain spirit were combined to produce a spirit called Genever. These 'berries' have a herbaceous, piney flavour with citrus notes.
Relative of the plum, these small dark fruits are commonly found in hedgerows in England, Wales and Ireland. Picked after the first frost of winter, these fruits have a sweet flavour and traditionally used to create liqueurs all around the world.
The capital of London gives its name to the most popular English spirit, London Dry Gin. The home of gin and many liqueurs, England is increasingly producing craft vodka, rum and non-alcoholic spirits.Explore England