This full-flavoured fruit gin liqueur is made with Cambridge Gage, a member of the plum family noted for its sweet honey taste.
Cambridge Gage is one of the most popular greengage trees, which are said to descend from plants imported into England from France in 1724 by Sir William Gage of Bury St Edmunds.
Delicious served over ice, it accompanies cheese particularly well.
This fruit gin liqueur is made with gooseberries grown locally to us, outside Cambridge.
Glorious Gooseberry is subtly sweet with good fruit notes.
Wild Bullace And Quince
50cl and 20cl (29.8% abv)
This fruit gin liqueur is made with Suffolk quince and bullace foraged by hand from the hedgerows of East Anglia.
Quince belongs to the same family as apples and pears and the little known bullace is a variety of wild plum. This unusual pairing results in a versatile, subtly sweet drink which makes a delicious pudding gin, accompanying cheese particularly well.
It’s a cracking little digestif served over ice and makes a tasty long drink served with ginger ale.
One’s never enough.
50ml Wild Bullace & Quince
100ml Fever-Tree Ginger ale
Build in an ice filled glass.
Garnish with strip of orange peel
50cl (33% abv)
As the producers of Pinkster, you’ll forgive us for thinking we know a thing or two about raspberries.
Ever since we worked our way through a fruit bowl all those years ago, we remain convinced that raspberry remains one of the most flavoursome and versatile fruits. The rich liqueur is produced with fresh Cambridgeshire raspberries grown locally to us at Sunclose Farm, Milton.
Especially good when added to a fizz cocktail or served over ice. We’ve gone easy on the sugar and a 33% abv means it really is rather rampant.
Enjoy. We think you will.