One of our distillers favourite liqueurs. Our award winning gin is macerated with local Scottish Strawberries.
All of our liqueurs are produced in small batches to allow maximum flavours to be released from the fruit.
We use absolutely nothing artificial – just fantastic Scottish Fruit.
The majority of our supply comes from the local fruit farm at Wester Hardmuir, Nairn. We highly recommend a visit to their farm shop and PYO during their season.
Serve with sparkling soda, apple juice, classic cloudy lemonade or chilled over ice.
Cocktails are made easy by adding a splash of Strawberry Craft Gin Liqueur to chilled prosecco.
Our Strawberry Craft Gin Liqueur can also be drizzled over ice-cream and garnished with a fresh mint leaf.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
What is a Liqueur?
A liqueur is a spirit that has been macerated with ingredients and syrup to make a sweeter-lower abv% drink. Gin & vodka must have a minimum alcohol content of 37.5% abv, anything lower can be classified as liqueurs or Ready-To-Drink for example.
How is our Strawberry Craft Gin Liqueur made?
We start with our base gin which has been cut to 37.5% to 40% before infusing it with whole fruit, this process is sometimes referred to as maceration. We have always used real, whole fruit as much of the flavour is held in the skin of the fruit and an in-house sugar syrup recipe. It takes longer to make but a richer flavour is evident with the natural colour and taste of the liqueur.
How strong is our Strawberry Craft Gin Liqueur?
The abv varies on each batch because it depends on how much juice is released from the fruit. The process is the same, but our alcohol content will vary per batch. In the decade Jill & Sheena have been making the liqueurs batches will range from 22% to 29%.
Where do the Strawberries come from?
We use local Scottish Strawberries from the local fruit farm at Wester Hardmuir, Nairn.
What mixers work best with our Strawberry Craft Gin Liqueur?
This liqueur can be served with sparkling apple juice, classic cloudy lemonade or chilled over ice.
What cocktails can be made with Strawberry Craft Gin Liqueur?