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Discussion in 'Cookery' started by lapinrose, Apr 25, 2011.
No idea, it never lasts long enough!
Ha ha - same here!
I made industrial quantities of damson gin last year and managed to make it last 3 months
I then made jam with the left over damsons - that disappeared in a flash too!
henriette - that about made me cry!
Hidden treasure indeed.
To your mother henriette - sloe gin maker extraordinaire
Dom Perignon is matured for a minimum of 30 years!
Your sloe gin should be awesome!
Mr Kinsa has stored our sloe gin somewhere. We have only had a really small bottle of 2009 vintage which was excellent. I may have to turn the garage upside down to find the rest of it. Not prepared to wait 30 years. 2010 still in Kilner jars waiting to be decanted. 2 1/2 bags of sloes still in freezer - great scrumping last year - thanks! By the way, Belle, started on my last jar of damson (scrumped) jam. Even better now!
I tasted a bottle of 2008 sloe whiskey today and it was truly delicious!
I hate whiskey, and have never heard of sloe whiskey, but will be making some this year!