Lapponia Cloudberry Liqueur

50cl / 21%
Lapponia Cloudberry Liqueur / Lakka
Web Exclusive Price £20.15 £16.79 ex VAT (£40.30 per litre)
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Cloudberries, rich in vitamins and minerals, grow only in the moors and marshlands of Northern hemisphere. Don't worry if you've never tried one - trust me, this tastes great.

Lapponia Cloudberry Liqueur Reviews

21 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    9 February

    Not as good as I remember bringing back from Lapland 3 years ago but still very unique in flavour. And does bring back some memories.

  • 5
    19 December 2016

    love this liqueur... its wonderful at the Holiday.

  • 5
    18 December 2016

    Unique flavor. Not too sweet. Excellent packaging and speedy arrival from UK to Denver CO USA

  • 5
    13 February 2016

    This stuff is AMAZING. Had it first in Russia several years ago and i am so glad i found it again!

  • 5
    1 January 2016


  • Anna 4 August 2013

    Sooooo good !!! Especially 1/3 cloudberry 2/3 darkdog energy drink... heavenly good (but very sweet so mostly for girls)

  • Edwin Oct. 1st', 2012 2 October 2012

    I tried my first lakka candies back in 1998...some friends from Finland bought it to me to Costa Rica...the chocolates with the lakka liquour inside is the most amazing, delightful and unique flavour I have ever tasted ever! I am craving for more of it!

  • Anonymous 21 September 2012

    Although not tee-total I very rarely drink (I do the driving) and was given Lakka as a Birthday present. I havnt tasted it yet as I didnt know what it was but now I will have a taste because of the reviews Thank you all who reviewed

  • Brenda 4 February 2012

    My favorite berry I pick many of them on MIscou Island in northern NB Canada. so nice to see thi son here !!!! 2012 will be a great year now :)

  • Eino 1 November 2011

    Been in Australia for 40 yrs and my mouth still waters when I think of cloudberries. Just got my first bottle of Lapponia on my birthday from my daughter and it's very good. Also found a reasonably priced c/b AND lingonberry jam source here. I tried the IKEA ones but they're like budget supermarket jam, nothing like the real thing.

  • Anonymous 10 December 2010

    It can be found at Toronto Center LCBO in Ontario

  • Drina - The American Princess!! 21 November 2010

    Just got a bottle as a Birthday gift!! Can't wait to try it but I will wait until I get back in the US to open it with my dad!!!! Yippeeee!!!!

  • Anonymous 22 September 2010

    This stuff is ridiculously amazing! My girlfriend's mom just came back from Norway and brought 2 bottles with her. It's addicting!

  • Anonymous 22 August 2010

    I have to vent! I got this as a gift from some friends coming back from Sweden. They bought it on the occasion of the arrival of my new Samoyed puppy Marangka, which is the Samoyed word for "cloudberry". I've saved it all her life, and she died recently, during a trip. And I come home and found my housesitter drank 3/4 of the bottle!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous 4 August 2010

    Can be bought in Quebec - got it in the liqueur store in La Malbaie, in Charlevoix.

  • Jakob 14 May 2010

    i got it from friends and when i tasted it i love it very much

  • Debbie 2 February 2010

    I just had a bottle of Lakka confiscated from my carry-on baggage at the Tucson Airport. It was a gift for my father that a sister sent from Finland. It makes me sick that I forgot about it and lost it. Any ideas if it can be purchased in the US or shippied to the US? It'll likely be a premium price but..I'll pay the price to get my elderly father his Lakka.

  • Angie 11 August 2009

    this berry also grows in Newfoundland and Labrador and the liqueur can be found in Nl I know for sure have bought it there myself

  • Davies 6 July 2009

    Yummy, although the Lakka light has less sugar. Buy cloudberry jam in the deli in IKEA in Britain. Goes nicely with ice cream and the liqieur. Also try lingonberry: that's how Amundsen avoided skurvy. Cloudberry is a related to the Bramble, although low growing. Lingonberry likes it dry, cloudberry likes it wet and soggy. Also grows in N. UK too: it probably recolonised after the Ice Age. You can bet that Neanderthal Man enjoyed the berries. UgUg!

  • S.M. Haycock 2 July 2009

    I too have never forgotten the wonderful unique flavour of this liquere. Picked up a bottle in Helsinki back in 1976. Can't find it in Ontario though. If anyone knows of a Canadian source for the liquere, please post it.Thanks. S.M.H. - Mississauga, ON

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