a glass of gin and tonic with ice, with juniper berries floating in the liquid and a wooden chopping board underneath

Raspberry gin

  • makes 70cl
  • Easy

Make the most of raspberries as they come into season this summer by creating this easy, fruity infusion that's best enjoyed in the sun


Mix up this fruit raspberry gin, then check out our recipes for rhubarb ginsloe gin and more gin cocktail recipes.



  • raspberries 500g
  • sugar 200g
  • gin 70cl
  • sugar syrup (optional)


  • Step 1

    Put the raspberries, sugar and gin in a clean mason jar. Mix, seal and store in a cool, dark place for a few weeks, tasting regularly and giving the jar a shake every other day. If you want a sweet liqueur, add sugar syrup to taste.

  • Step 2

    Once you’re happy with the flavour, strain out the boozy raspberries – try swirling them into ice cream – and decant the gin into sterilised bottles.

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