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6 Raspberry Gins That Are Fruity Heaven

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If you love nothing more than the taste of refreshing fruit in your glass, then consider a sip or two of raspberry gin.

Perfect for sunny days, raspberry gin can make the ideal companion to your spring or summer alike.

Whether gin or gin liqueur, the great news is there’s plenty of choice available.

Simply sit back, pour yourself a drink and mull over our top choices on which to try next.

Whitley Neill Raspberry Gin – 70cl (43%) Morrisons, £22

Anyone who’s tried any of the Whitley Neill range will know the distillery does a great job of balancing quality gin with a strong flavour profile.

The brand’s raspberry gin delivers an authentic fruity taste without overpowering the gin itself. At only £22 a bottle, believe us when we say it’s a real steal.

£22, Morrisons

Gin Bothy Raspberry Infused Liqueur – Gin Bothy, £26

If you love the taste of raspberry jam, then you need to discover Gin Bothy’s Raspberry Infused Liqueur.

Super sweet and syrupy, it tastes exactly like a delicious homemade preserve you’d pick up from a farm shop.

We also fully recommended treating yourself to the full tasting box full of amazing liqueurs if you fancy.

£26, Gin Bothy 

Edinburgh Gin Raspberry Liqueur – 50cl (20%) Amazon, £16

Last year we highlighted Edinburgh Gin’s Merry Berry Liqueur. Now comes another quality product from Edinburgh Gin and another example of why the frequently make the best sellers list.

Edinburgh’s Gin’s Raspberry Gin Liqueur is perfect in a Raspberry Gin Fizz cocktail.

£16, Amazon

Manchester Gin Raspberry Infused Gin – 50cl (20%) Amazon, £33.95

Light and lovely, Manchester Gin have taken their original gin infused with dandelion and burdock and joined it with delicious raspberry.

Just add tonic and lemon garnish for the taste of fizzy pink Refreshers in your glass.

£33.95, Amazon

Tiptree English Raspberry Liqueur – 35cl (28%) Master of Malt, £19.48

If you’re unfamiliar with Wilkin & Sons, think fresh fruit and perfect preserves all based on a farm in the Essex countryside.

Nowhere is this deliciously fruity taste more evident than in the brand’s English Raspberry Gin Liqueur. Its rich raspberry flavour will remind you of a delicious jam.

It’s possible to taste all four delicious Tiptree liqueur flavours in one convenient package – what a treat!

£19.48, Master of Malt

Hortus Raspberry Gin Liqueur – 50cl (20%) Lidl, £11.99 – Best budget buy

You may remember that Lidl’s budget gin beat industry leaders in a blind taste test. Well, they’ve exceeded expectations again with this Raspberry Gin Liqueur.

The very strong raspberry aroma was so alluring we just had to make our very own raspberry gin cocktail with it.

£11.99, available in-store at Lidl

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