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9 minutes ago, TIGHTCHOKE said:

Yes, sloe!

Hurrah! Cheers TC

2 minutes ago, GingerCat said:

If your ever in doubt bite into one. You'll know its a sloe as you won't be able to spit it out fast enough and you mouth will dry a bit as its so bitter. 

I was tempted, but didn't want to look like a loon in front of the estate agent 🤣

Going to put in an offer tomorrow, don't think we'll be in before Xmas, so might need to be next year's harvest. Not convinced it's good form today pick all the sloes before we've completed.

Cheers

 

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17 minutes ago, Walker570 said:

Don't bite into one, offer one to someone else and say how nice they are and watch the result.  Not a way to make friends though:lol:

Even my kids don't trust me when I suggest they try something new 🤣

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18 minutes ago, derbyduck said:

there not sloes, but they are just as good for adding to gin ,they are Bullaces  wild plums and they dont have as many thorns as sloes (Black Thorn) they can be added to fruit jams and Vodka, atb 

Cheers DerbyDuck

I thought bullace were larger than sloes? That's only what I gathered from a quick Google though. Is there a definitive way to check?

 

Thanks

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1 minute ago, Demonic69 said:

Cheers DerbyDuck

I thought bullace were larger than sloes? That's only what I gathered from a quick Google though. Is there a definitive way to check?

 

Thanks

they are a bit more fleshy than sloes .

 

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