Triple Berry Gin
Low sugar. Big flavour.
This is a proper full strength 40% gin. It is not a liqueur.
We start by distilling a dry gin created specifically for this spirit.
After distillation, we infuse the dry gin with real raspberries, strawberries and blackberries.
The sugar content is much lower than supermarket flavoured gins.
|Tameside Triple Berry Gin||8 grams per litre|
|Gordon’s Premium Pink Gin||68 grams per litre|
|Warner’s Rhubarb Gin||92 grams per litre|
|Whitley Neill Raspberry Gin||93 grams per litre|
We recommend a slightly sweeter tonic to bring out some of the more sweet berry notes in the gin.
- Merchant’s Heart Hibiscus
- Fever Tree Elderflower Tonic Water (light or regular)
- Lixir Elderflower & Lemon Tonic Water
Use fresh berries. Raspberries, strawberries or blackberries.
Tameside Raspberry Ramble
This is featured in the 3rd photo.
- 50ml Triple Berry gin
- 25ml lemon juice
- 12.5ml raspberry syrup
- 12.5ml raspberry liqueur (for example: Chambord)
Add the gin, lemon juice and raspberry syrup to a cocktail shaker with ice.
Shake and strain into a glass filled with crushed ice.
Drizzle over the raspberry liqueur to create a “bleeding” effect in the glass.
* These ingredients were infused into the gin after distillation.
All other ingredients are used during distillation only.
No allergens are carried over during the distillation process.