The Modern Cocktail is like nothing you've ever tasted. It blends scotch with sloe gin, lemon, anisette and more. You just have to try it, because the flavor is so hard to describe. But it's very good.
The Love Cocktail has a slightly creamy, thick texture that comes from blending raspberries and egg white with the other ingredients. The flavor here is berry with a touch of lemon. The egg white counteracts the cloying sweetness of the sloe gin somewhat, but it’s still a very sweet, fruity cocktail.
The Charlie Chaplin cocktail is definitely for when you have a sweet tooth. The ounce of lemon juice cuts the sweetness of the sloe gin and apricot brandy somewhat, but not completely. The dominant note in this is berry – that’s followed by the lemon, which is followed by the apricot.
I bet you can guess what’s in the Sloe Driver cocktail. That’s right! Sloe gin! That very sweet, berry flavored stuff that bears no relation at all to gin. This orange juice in this recipe cuts the sweetness of the sloe gin and livens it up with its tangy notes.
The Bourbon Black Hawk pairs bourbon with sloe gin, and the result is a shockingly tasty blend between the two flavors. It’s sweet, but not too sweet; fiery, but still smooth. This drink is awesome for just kicking back, especially at the end of a long, hard day.
The Fuzzy Comfort is a deliciously fruity cocktail that goes down so easy, you could almost classify it as a comfort food. It’s just such an easy going drink. Sloe gin is a plummy flavored liquor that can be swapped with cherry liqueur. It adds some sweetness to the drink.