This is one raspberry liqueur that shouldn't be reserved for dessert recipes. It honestly tastes like a perfect, just-picked, sweet-tart raspberry gently warmed by the sun. Ahhhh.
The distillers at St. George start with brandy distilled from raspberries, then add fresh raspberry juice.
We've been sipping it straight, using it in cocktails, pouring it over ice cream and using it to macerate all kinds of berries. One bottle might not be enough.
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We love to make Raspberry Brambles with this liqueur: Combine 2 oz Raspberry Liqueur, 1/2 oz Aviation Gin from House Spirits Distillery, 1 oz fresh-squeezed lemon juice and 1/2 oz simple syrup in a cocktail shaker with lots of ice. Shake until very cold, and strain into a tall glass filled with crushed ice (which you can make in your food processor!).
20% alcohol by volume. Comes in a 750ml bottle.