Flavour is intensely fruity, fresh and clean.
Probably Shouldn't Whiskey Raspberry Brandy

Over 65% of the United States’ raspberries are picked in Whatcom county. Probably Shouldn’t Distillery’s Raspberry Brandy capitalizes on that bountiful harvest. Nearly a pound of Pacific Northwest red raspberries picked at the peak of ripeness infuses each bottle of this brandy with their surprising aroma, vivid color and intense raspberry flavor. The nose of this spirit is intensely fruity, fresh, clean and the flavor is complex and rounded with a slight sweetness from both the brandy base spirit and the whole fruit.

80.0 Proof, 40.0% ABV. 750 mL.

Estimated LCBO price per bottle$97.00

Case of 12

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Recipes with Raspberry Brandy



  • 5-10 fresh mint leaves
  • Several lime wedges
  • 1-2 tbsp. simple syrup
  • 2 oz. Raspberry Brandy
  • Club Soda


Muddle the mint and lime in a highball glass. Fill with ice and add simple syrup, Brandy, and top with soda.



  • 1 oz.Old Tom Gin
  • 1/2 ounce lime juice (fresh)
  • 1 oz. Raspberry Brandy
  • 4‌ oz. ginger ale or club soda


Garnish with fresh raspberries.


Combine Gin, Brandy and lime in a highball glass. Fill with ice and top with ginger ale or soda.

Raspberry Mule


  • 2 oz. Raspberry Brandy
  • Juice from 1/2 lime
  •  4 oz. ginger beer


Pour Raspberry Brandy and lime juice in ice-filled mug. Top with ginger beer.

Berry Lemonade


  • 2 oz. Raspberry Brandy
  • 6-8‌ oz. lemonade


Garnish with fresh berries.


Pour Raspberry Brandy into fresh lemonade and enjoy!