Sloe Gin Cocktail Masterclass

This hedgerow beauty is a blend of botanicals and sweet sloes, with the perfect balance of sweet and sharp. The juniper syrup compliments the gin base and ensures the flavour of sloes doesn't overwhelm the cocktail.


Ingredients For

  • 2oz
  • 1oz
  • 1oz
  • 2tbsp


  • 1 cocktail shaker
  • 1 sauce pan
  • 1 potato masher
  • 1 strainer

How To Make


To make your own juniper syrup, put the sugar in a saucepan and add 100ml of water and the berries.
Stir until water is boiling and the sugar is fully dissolved.
Take the syrup off the heat and crush the berries with a potato masher.
Let it cool until fully cold. Strain in a jar.

You can keep your syrup refrigerated for 2 weeks.



Add all ingredients in a cocktail shaker.
Add 3 ice cubes.
Shake very well for 10 seconds.
Fill your cocktail glass with crushed ice.
Strain into glass.




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