A instant classic, the Bramble was created in the mid 1980’s by Dick Bradsell at Fred’s Club in Soho, London. Bradsell who to this day is still bartending is one of the most loved people in the industry and the man who single-handedly changed the face of the cocktail scene in London in the 1980s. The Bramble, a mixture of gin, lemon juice, creme de mure, a blackberry liqueur, and simple syrup was an instant hit in England and it will for sure soon be one of your favorite cocktails, trust us on this one. It's well-balanced, easy to make, and refreshing. Finish it of course with some mandatory blackberries and a toast to Bradsell's genius. Cheers!
35ml Monkey 47
20ml lemon juice
15ml sugar syrup
15ml creme de mûre
Place the gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup into a cocktail shaker with a handful of crushed ice. Shake and then strain into a nice tumbler. Fill the tumbler crushed ice. Pour the creme de mûre over the top and garnish with four blackberries.