Sloe gin and Champagne cocktail

SLOE COCKTAILS

Sloe berries in bowl

Once your gin is ready to enjoy, you can impress with all manner of cocktails, from chilled to wintery warm. (Take it easy folks, sloe gin is incredibly high in alcohol content and gets stronger the longer you leave it.)

GORDON’S BRAMBLE

Gordon’s Sloe gin partners Gordon’s Original for added autumnal fruitiness.

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Bramble

GORDON’S CITRUS

The combination of Gordon’s Original and Gordon’s Sloe, embellished by sharp citrus, works perfectly.

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GORDON’S SLOE GIN ROYALE

A sumptuous way to begin a garden party on a balmy summer’s evening.

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Sloe Gin Royale

GORDON’S SLOE SPARKLE

An amazing way to greet your guests as they arrive for a dinner party.

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Sloe Sparkle

GORDON’S SLOE G&T

G&T by name, gloriously autumnal by nature.

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Sloe G&T

GORDON’S SLOJITO

From a Cuban summer to a British hedgerow via the Mediterranean. Lovely.

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Slojito

GORDON’S SPICED BERRY EGGNOG

The eggnog, beautifully reinvented with Gordon’s Sloe gin.

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Spiced Berry Eggnog

GORDON’S BLUSHING MAID

A cosy get-together featuring Gordon’s Sloe and champagne.

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Blushing Maid

GORDON’S HOT BUTTERED SLOE

An aromatic and flavoursome warm serve that’s perfect for festive parties.

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Hot Buttered Sloe

GORDON’S SLOE WAVE

A sophisticated marriage of Gordon’s, Gordon’s Sloe gin, vanilla sugar and lime.

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Sloe Wave