Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb and Ginger Liqueur, 50 cl

The Product

Check out this best selling liqueur from the very heart of Scotland! This lovely, tangy liqueur is excellent when mixed with cocktails, tonic, soda or lemonade. It also tastes great with Champagne or just simply when cooled with ice.

The liqueur itself is a mellow rose colour, with a noticeable, intense rhubarb scent and warming ginger aftertaste and it certainly makes for a refreshing drink.

During the production process, the liqueur is distilled in small batches in the heart of Scotland and it is manufactured by combining crystal clear, award winning Edinburgh Gin and tangy rhubarb from spring cops. The delightful tipple is then macerated with warming oriental ginger and a touch of fragrant lemon zest.

Nice description on the back
Technical Details

The bottle is a 500 ml bottle, weighs 1.5 kilograms, and the product dimensions are 42.2 x 11.9 x 10.9 cm. Also, the Alcohol content is 20%, so the drink is not too strong and overpowering.

*Editor’s note: Please note that the UK-based seller will not sell to those under the age of 18, in line with UK law!

The liqueur is manufactured by Spencerfield Spirit and Co (UK based company) and the drink is best served straight from the fridge. More generally, this best seller would make a perfect gift for Christmas, Mother’s Day, Valentines day or birthdays.

The liqueur does contain sugar syrup and so without a mixer or at least water, it may seem a little sweet to some palates.

Fairly decent sized product
The Rundown

The bottle size is a fairly decent, normal-sized bottle and the rhubarb taste is in some respects intense but in no way overpowering. It does instead help to offset and balance out the sweetness of the liqueur. The zesty ginger gives a real treat to the taste buds.

The beverage tastes very nice with a healthy serving of ice and if you have it, a fresh slice of ginger! Some may prefer the drink straight without a mixer but it is recommended to at least dilute the liqueur a little with water or add a tonic as a mixer.

If mixing with a tonic, it is also recommended to leave out the lemon as the lemon may overpower the ginger and quell the rhubarb aromas. Overall, a nice popular beverage!

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