Sloe berries are macerating in Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Dry Gin for four weeks, which lets the sediment settle to the bottom of the tank. The macerate is then drawn out from the top. A hydropress is used to extract further liquid from the sediment without damaging the berries.
The results are filtered several times before being added back into the macerate. Water is then added to bring the alcohol content down to 29%. After that, it takes just six weeks for Monkey 47 Schwarzwald Sloe Gin to find its way into our glasses.
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