Traditionally, sloe berries are steeped with the gin after it has been distilled, allowing the sugars and colours to be infused into the alcohol. Then, more sugar is usually added. Masons, however, add the sloe berries at the very start and distil their gins with them. This produces a subtle natural sweetness and a lingering dryness.
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