Crabbie's Ginger Gin Liqueur, 70 cl
Regular price £24.99 £23.49
Asian Ginger is one of the hallmark spices that made Crabbie’s famous and is still used in production today. Crabbie’s branding includes the iconic Asian Elephant which is native to the areas where the is exotic spice is sourced. Ginger is steeped for six weeks and mixed with Crabbie’s Original Gin, bitter orange, calamus root, liquorice root, star anise and clove to create a spicy warming liqueur. Read more.
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Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
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Crabbie’s Raspberry Alcoholic Ginger Beer is made to a recipe with 4 closely-guarded secret ingredients. They’re combined with Scottish raspberries and ginger shipped from the Far East, steeped for up to 6 weeks to produce its deep, deliciously spicy flavour. Pioneer of taste It takes taste and imagination to create a drink so delicious that it stands the test of time. The roots of the distinctive Crabbie’s Alcoholic Ginger Beer stretch all the way back to 1801. John Crabbie capitalized on the nearby port of Leith, Edinburgh, providing him access to ingredients from many nations. He sourced the finest ginger and exotic spices; to create unusual drinks that challenged and delighted the senses, starting a legacy that would last for generations to come.
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