Sloes are native to Europe and have long been used by the British to create ‘shooting Gins’ (as they used to be known).

You’d be forgiven for thinking that ‘shooting Gins’ are for doing shots in bars, but actually, they were favoured by the British aristocracy for sipping from a hip flask in the countryside when shooting birds and game.

You could switch the rosemary out for a slice or two of lemon if you desire.

Download the .pdf from this link: Sloe Gin Fizz