Fraiser is a uniquely Scottish drink, blending the flavours of premium Scotch whisky with wild strawberries (from Dundee!).
Created by the master blender John Smith, known in the trade as “The Whisky Man.” A well-earned title that comes from over 35 years dedicated service to the whisky industry where he latterly became the head blender at Glenmorangie.
Since retiring from Glenmorangie and having worked previously on traditional malts and blends, John’s focus for the past few years has been to create a new and unique flavour profile which would reflect the provenance and heritage of Scotch Whisky, but which at the same time, would offer a new taste experience appealing to both new and existing whisky drinkers alike.
Fraiser is a result of that aspiration, and the original, hand crafted, and secret recipe that gives FRAISER its unique taste is in the heart and mind of one man only “The Whisky Man”.
Soon after launching in 2015, Fraiser went on to be the top selling brand at Glasgow Whisky Festival, Whisky Stramash, Drambusters and Ooshka.
In 2016 the strawberry-infused liqueur continues to impress – outselling all other beverages at Whisky Live London and Stirling Whisky Festival.
Est. – 2015
Location – Stirling
Owner – Kevin Moore
Known Botanicals – Strawberries, Scotch Whisky
Serving Suggestions – Neat, on ice or Ginger ale, lime, fresh strawberries.
Tasting Notes – A rich, smooth and distinctive liqueur of real character and depth of taste. The wild strawberry infusion, combined with background notes of vanilla, almond and cinnamon, blends harmoniously with the fine Scotch whisky to give FRAISER its unique taste.
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