250 years after it was first distilled, Greenall’s Original London Dry Gin is as great today as it’s always been. Probably Britain’s oldest gin that’s still going strong, this highly acclaimed spirit continues to win industry accolades and be enjoyed by gin drinkers far and wide.
Some cocktail receipes are as follow:
How to prepare
1 bottles Greenalls gin
10? oz ripe sloe (Blackthorn Berries), fresh or frozen
10? oz granulated sugar
Place the blackberries in a large kilner jar; add the sugar and then top up with the gin. Shake every day until the sugar is dissolved and then store in a dark place shaking occasionally.
After three months strain it through muslin or, if you have the patience, through coffee filter paper. Then bottle it and allow maturing for six to 12 months before drinking.