Bramble Recipe

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Vickie Parks


Bramble is an English creation, first introduced in London in the 1980s by creative mixologist Dick Bradsell (known for his many other innovative cocktail creations) who was working at Fred's Club in downtown Soho. The cocktail is poured over crushed ice and creates a 'trickling down' effect that's similar to the popular Gin Fizz. The Bramble is great in the springtime, when berries are at their freshest.

If you can't find crème de mûre, you can use crème de cassis (black current liqueur) in a pinch, though there'll be a slight flavor difference.


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5 Min
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  • 3/4 oz
    lemon juice, fresh squeezed
  • 6 large
  • 1 oz
    creme de mûre (blackberry liqueur)
  • 1 1/2 oz
    dry gin (such as plymouth)
  • 1 scoop(s)
    crushed ice (about 2/3 cup or so)
  • 1 slice
    lemon (for garnish - optional)
  • 2 large
    blackberries (for garnish - optional)

How to Make Bramble


  1. In a cocktail shaker, muddle 6 blackberries in the lemon juice. Add the crème de mûre and gin, and shake well.
  2. Place crushed ice in a rocks glass, and pour the drink over the crushed ice.
  3. Garnish with a slice of lime and 2 fresh blackberries, and serve.

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About Bramble

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: English
Dietary Needs: Dairy Free

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