Our Bramble Gin-Based Cocktail Kit contains all the ingredients you need to make 4 or 8 Bramble Cocktails. So treat your tastebuds to a touch of nostalgia with the Bramble - an iconic drink from the 80s!
- Makes 4 or 8 cocktails for £5.30 a drink
- Flavour Notes: Citrus, Floral, Sour
- ABV17.22% | 2.2 units of Alcohol | 176 Kcal per serving (Difford's Guide)
Top Tip for your Gin-Based Bramble Cocktail Kit:
The Bramble cocktail tastes much better when served super cold. In other words, make sure you use plenty of ice to make this drink, and even our recipe card includes tips on how to crush ice to get the perfect Bramble cocktail. Above all, we recommend drinking this cocktail through a straw for ease of drinking.
The Bramble Cocktail History
Espresso Martini creator Dick Bradsell created the Bramble cocktail at Fred's Club in Soho, London (where all legendary cocktails are born!). This delicious drink incorporates London Dry Gin and fresh red fruits.
Curl up on rainy days or celebrate sunny springtime evenings with its sweet-tart flavour. Mr Bradsell inspiration for this drink comes from his childhood and foraging for blackberries on the Isle Of Wight - it doesn't get more British than that! Get ready for some quintessential fun anytime, anywhere with our Gin Bramble Cocktail Kit
The Bramble cocktail is so distinctive that there aren't yet many variations on this drink. A Bramble can is on cocktail menus worldwide; however, some bartenders substitute the crème de mûre with creme de cassis. Most notably, the Gin Bramble cocktail is on Raymond Blanc's Country House menu amongst the classic cocktails.
The drink's simplicity is essential to what has made it successful and as popular as it is. For example, It is essentially a gin sour with blackberry and tastes like a grownup Ribena. It follows the common blending of a cocktail similar to a daiquiri, margarita, sour or caipirinha.
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