Raspberry Royale Recipe and Two of our Favorite Fruit Liqueurs

Raspberry Royale RecipeThis holiday season, we are experimenting with St. George Spirits Fruit Liqueurs.
They have an impeccable pedigree: They begin as St. George flagship pear and raspberry brandy, to which they add luscious fruit juice.

This brings down the proof (from 40% alcohol by volume to 20% alcohol by volume) and transforms the crystal clear brandies into jewel-toned liqueurs.

St. George Spirits Fruit Liqueurs have the same potent nose as their flagship brandies, but are naturally sweet and velvety on the palate.

In cocktails, both liqueurs are fruit-forward without being cloying. They are incredibly well-reviewed in the foodie community.

St. George Raspberry Liqueur
A show-stopper. This is what all raspberry liqueurs aspire to, with a luxurious mouthfeel and just the right balance between sweet and tart.

St. George Raspberry Liqueur is exquisite all on its own as a digestif—and the perfect complement to anything chocolate. (Try keeping a bottle at the breakfast table for drizzling on waffles.)

5 Stars Highest recommendation. Genuine and luscious beyond words.
—Spirit Journal

The world’s best raspberry liqueur

St. George Spiced Pear Liqueur
Both elegant and earthy, this liqueur has all the complexity of a perfectly ripe Bartlett pear. Cinnamon and clove add a warm touch of spice.

St. George Pear Spiced Liqueur has a crisp pear perfume and a long, lush finish with a hint of spice. Sip it alongside a cheese plate or pair it with pork, duck, or other meats ending in the letter K.

—Bon Appétit

Mind-blowingly delicious and complex, like freshly-pressed Bartlett pear cider.

Highly recommended. Flawless purity… tangy, fruity, almost pastry-like.
—Spirit Journal

Like adult mulled cider in a bottle. Slightly tart, with lots of cinnamon and clove spice, lightly sweet, and a rich and buttery texture.
—SF Weekly

Raspberry Royale Recipe
Adapted from the St. George Spirits Website
Yields 1 cocktail

This simple and elegant cocktail will be a big hit at your holiday celebration. You can also try it with St. George Spiced Pear Liqueur, or both!

1/2 oz St. George Raspberry Liqueur
3 oz chilled Champagne or Sparkling Wine
Lemon twist or fresh raspbery for garnish

Pour raspberry liqueur into a flute, then top off with Champagne.
Garnish with a lemon twist or fresh raspberry.


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