Legendary London bartender Dick Bradsell created the Bramble in 1984 whilst working at Fred's Bar in London's lively Soho neighborhood. It was intended to be a quintessentially British cocktail inspired by British flavors. The Bramble rapidly became the go-to gin drink in many bartenders' repertoire and arguably propelled gin cocktails back into the limelight. Perhaps the only true "modern classic" cocktail.
2 parts Fords Gin
0.75 parts fresh lemon juice
0.25 parts simple syrup
0.5 parts Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur
1 lemon wedge for garnish
1 blackberry for garnish
Ice cube tray
How to Mix
Add gin, lemon juice and simple syrup to a cocktail shaker
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