sloe gin


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gin flavored with sloes (fruit of the blackthorn)

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At the opening-night afterparty, the spread was biscuits and fried chicken and sloe gin fizzes, in keeping with the musical's North Carolina setting.
For my Great Aunts were bottling, making jam and sloe gin From every ripe berry around.
Sloe (the purplish black fruit of the blackthorn shrub, Prunus spinosa) for making my own sloe gin. Black currants for cassis.
"The remedies for December include good company, idle chatter, old films, hours of sleep, plenty of cake, [as well as] walking in the cold countryside and coming back frozen to the core to a pot of tea or a glass of neat sloe gin (warmed slightly), or whiskey and green ginger, or hot ginger apple punch," White added.
If you have some sloe gin, a liqueur made with sloe (blackthorn) berries, add it to your mulled wine to add a kick, advises BBC Good Food.
Three gin drinks are served throughout the meal - a shot, a Martini and a sloe gin nightcap.
Dekyper Sloe Gin lime juice and Himalayan Salt, for rim lemon slice, for garnish
While the sloe gin fizz and whiskey sour were once the rage time and fashion have seen the Harvey Wallbanger and banana daiquiri come and go replaced by jello shots and pomegranate martinis.
Sloe Gin, made from slow berries, is an English liqueur with a gin base.
After using the loo, the Duchess returned to the bar and asked if Chris had any sloe gin.
Lee, a countryman who carries a phrase book when leaving Herefordshire, is a particular wizard with horses who break blood vessels and has a "secret recipe" of jollop consisting of sycamore bark, badger scrotum, sloe gin, dried tadpoles and Greek yoghurt.
From a Sloe Gin Fizz; Sea Scallops Wrapped with Bacon; Salad Nicoise with Pan-Seared Tuna; and Velvet Lobster Bisque; to Shrimp Alexander with Beurre Blanc; Morton's Legendary Chocolate Cake; Cold Grand Marnier Souffle; and Apricot Chutney, Morton's Stake Bible proves itself to be so much more than just another steak book.
Political comic Will Durst thinks Bush is making less sense than a polar bear sipping a sloe gin fizz on a lawn chair.
The award specifically mentioned the company's damson and sloe gin ice cream.