Strawberry gin

Strawberry gin

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Prep: 15 mins plus 3 weeks infusing, no cook


makes 1.5 litres

Capture the true taste of summer with this berry-infused spirit that makes a stunning gin 'n' tonic or base for a fruity cocktail

Nutrition and extra info

  • Gluten-free
  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal67
  • fat0g
  • saturates0g
  • carbs3g
  • sugars3g
  • fibre0g
  • protein0g
  • salt0g
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  • 700ml bottle of gin (I like Hendrick’s or Brockmans)



    Gin has enjoyed a huge revival recently. It's usually served alongside tonic water (a…

  • 400g punnet of strawberries, sliced
  • 100g caster sugar


  1. Mix the gin with the strawberries and caster sugar in a large bowl and pour into a 1.5-litre sterilised Kilner jar.

  2. Store in the fridge and stir every two days for three weeks. Strain though coffee filters or muslin cloth to serve.

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14th Mar, 2020
Fabulous colour but much too sweet. I will make it again but will halve the quantity of sugar
21st Jan, 2017
This is gorgeous. Mixes nice half and half with tonic. Going to try it with raspberries next.
Rachel Knight's picture
Rachel Knight
25th Jun, 2020
Can this be done in a couple of days rather than 3 weeks?
lulu_grimes's picture
28th Jun, 2020
Hi, You could leave it for a shorter period of time but you won't get as strong a flavour. Lulu
4th Aug, 2018
Why on earth would you use a bottle of perfectly good Brockmans (which already has a massive hit of berry flavours) on this recipe - if you're infusing gin with strawberries, wouldn't a less flavoursome gin be better to try and transform into something a little more special?
goodfoodteam's picture
19th Aug, 2018
Thanks for your question. The two suggested gins complement this recipe really well but you can use any type of gin.
tapan37's picture
17th Jun, 2018
I have been making country wines and liqueurs for many years. I am looking to reducing the amount of sugar used in the liqueurs. I am aware of the preserative nature of sugar but what about using less sugar and replacing it by sweeteners. this is a serious question. In my 82nd year now and being a type 2 diabetic for the last 18 years i now find my problem has become one where my weekly 100 miles plus on my bike has disappeared in the last two years and I am smitten with increaing arthitic pain. so has anyone experience in using sweetener in "liqueurs"
goodfoodteam's picture
20th Jun, 2018
Thanks for your question. Sweeteners will not have the same preserving properties and we have not tested these as an alternative. Unfortunately we are unable to give individual dietary advice. We do however have a number of features about sugar which may be of interest.
12th Jul, 2016
This looks lovely, may I ask how long it will last once made? Must it be stored in the fridge too? Thanks very much!
goodfoodteam's picture
11th Aug, 2016
Thanks for your question. You can store this in a cool, dark place for up to a year. Enjoy!
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