Edinburgh Raspberry Gin Liqueur
Our intensely fruity liqueur, packed with the summer’s juiciest raspberries.
Edinburgh Gin's Raspberry Gin Liqueur is an intensely fruity liqueur, packed with the juiciest summer raspberries and our award winning Edinburgh Gin Classic.
This 20% ABV liqueur is delicious served simply over ice, or added to soda water with a twist of lemon to enhance its summery sweetness. It’s a perfect addition to dry Prosecco, or shaken together with Edinburgh Gin, lime juice and muddled fresh raspberries, then top with rose lemonade in a Ramblin’ Raspberry Rose cocktail.
Definitive red berry aromas balance sweet ripeness with a tart edge.
It is viscous and intensely flavoured, bursting with red berry fruit.
A fully rounded, unabashedly raspberry-filled finish.
A classic juicy berry flavour.
Classic citrus notes to balance with the juniper.
Adds a juicy sweetness and smoothness to the aftertaste.
Fresh wooden notes added to aroma. Vapour infused to extract only lightest flavours.
A classic floral note, with distinct aromas that complement the pine notes.
More herbal and aromatic than lemon peel with less of the sharp, acidic flavour.
"The raspberries are picked at peak ripeness to ensure the right amount of sweetness to balance the fruit’s natural tartness". FINLAY NICOL, DISTILLER
The First Kiss
A velvety sipper with tropical notes, finishing with a sweet, fruity kiss.
35ml Valentine's Edinburgh Gin
15ml Edinburgh Gin’s Raspberry Liqueur
60ml pineapple juice
garnish – fresh raspberry
Add the gin, liqueur and pineapple juice to a shaker with ice.
Shake, then double-strain into a coupe glass.
Garnish with a fresh raspberry.
Ramblin' Raspberry Rose
25ml Edinburgh Gin
20ml Edinburgh Gin's Raspberry Liqueur
15ml lime juice
6 fresh raspberries
Fentimans Rose Lemonade
Muddle the raspberries in a cocktail shaker.
Add the gin, liqueur and lime juice.
Add ice to the shaker and shake vigorously.
Double strain into a rocks glass filled with ice.
Top up with Rose Lemonade.
Garnish with a fresh raspberry, lime wheel and dehydrated rose petals.