1) Grab a chilled shot glass.
2) Pour Sloe Gin in the glass.(If you cant get hold of Plymouth Sloe Gin, then use any Sloe Gin that you can find. I use Plymouth's because it close to were I live and also it personally tastes better than a juniper heavy one)
3) Then layer the orange juice on top. Most likely the Orange Juice will want to mix with the vodka.
4)Lastly Layer the vodka on top.
This is the best order I found through trial and error to layer.
Plymouth gin must have more sugar (or less alcohol) than the one we used because ours sank and didn't layer at all. Otherwise got a nice sloe berry finish that lingers. Overall, it's got a weird mouth feel, the flavors are kinda light and watery with this odd heavier orange juice "weight" in the center of the drink, almost like a ball of citrus orange juice surrounded by sloe berry and a little hint of "medicine" taste in the finish with a burning vodka explosion.9 months, 1 week ago
They use a quarter amount of sugar to the Sloe's and add the Gin that they make measured roughly around 85& ABV. Then let it seep away for four months, after that is done they strain out the Sloe's and bottle it. Plymouth Sloe Gin is 26% ABV.
The drink is a bit weird. It started when my housemates and I were doing pre-party shots and they wanted some sloe gin and vodka. I added the Orange juice to make it taste a bit more plesent. They liked it ever since.
There is one sloe gin drink I would recremend which I will add later called a "Long Peddler". It is a refreshing summer drink.9 months, 1 week ago