Triple Berry Gin
Low sugar. Big flavour.
£26 • 500ml • 40% vol
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.
Fruit ratiosRaspberry: 50%
|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.