Its Sunday evening and the wonderfull October weather we have been having has just ended. Rain has began to sweep into Cornwall and the temperature today felt like a true representation of Autumn. With this in mind we thought we should make use of the last of the Blackberries out in the garden and make a few Bramble cocktails to relax with. the Bramble was created in 1984 by Dick Bradsell at Fred’s Club in London’s Soho. A real Bramble should contain Creme de Mure but we were fresh out at the homebar. So a more than adequate replacment is Creme de Cassis, you should be able to find this at most supermarkets and is worth addition to any home bar.
Glass Type: Rocks Glass
- Two measures of Tarquins Gin
- 1/4 measure of Creme de Cassis
- 1 and a half measures of lemon juice
- half a measure of Simple Syrup
- Blackberries to garnish
Shake the Gin, Creme de Cassis, lemon juice and simple syrup in a boston can. Strain into a rock glass pre chilled and filled with ice, then garnish with a couple blackberries. A simple and delicious taste of autumn.