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A tasty Raspberry-flavoured gin liqueur made in Edinburgh using Scottish Juniper, and other botanicals, and an infusion of delicious, crisp Scottish raspberries. Very good stuff.
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I love this so much, that a plain gin and tonic is rather boring for me. I first tried it just splashed into a standard G&T and LOVED it. My liquor cabinet has had a bottle in it since and that's been about two years now. Why? Unlike other raspberry liqueurs, this is not overly sweet or overpowering, it's just a really nice flavor to layer into your G&T or it's very nice with champagne or prosecco. It's just gorgeous stuff.
7th January 2016
This would have to be the most wonderful gin to drink. No need for a mixer. Keep in the freezer and drink straight on ice . Perfection in a glass!!!Carmel. Australia
25th September 2015
Amazing taste and not too strong so can enjoy lots of it!
24th November 2013
Threw this into a Gin tasting night and it went down a treat, a favourite of all the ladies and 70% of the men!
2nd November 2013
Although I may not be the most avid gin drinker around, this stuff is absolutely lovely and with wonderfully-balanced fruit notes. To use some local Edinburgh vernacular, it's "an absolute stoater"!
24th October 2013
Lovely on its own or in a glass of Procecco.
21st October 2013
Just wonderful. A beautiful, fresh crips tasing gin. You can tast the berries! Thoroughly recommended.
28th November 2011