Gin & Tonic is nice but we promise this is a far superior way to enjoy gin

We’re not dissing gin here but we’re just pointing out that alone, plain old gin just doesn’t taste of much (don’t @ us), SO, we’ve done something about that.

Our Bramble cocktail takes your favourite Tanqueray gin, adds some fruity and refreshing flavours and turns it into a drink that is way better than any G&T you’ve ever endured.


Crystal glass
Boston tin

Bramble ingredients

50ml Tanqueray gin
12.5ml lemon juice
12.5ml gomme syrup
12.5ml Crème de Mure

Garnish with 2 blackberries and a slice of lemon


How to make a Bramble

  1. Fill your Boston tin up with cubed ice and then add your lemon juice, gomme syrup and your gin
  2. Give it a shake like ya mean it and then strain it into your glass which you’ve filled with crushed ice
  3. Drizzle some Creme de Mure on top and then garnish with your blueberries and lemon

And there you have it. Enjoy it knowing that you’re earning a few sophistication points in the process.

If you’re interested in learning some more cocktail wizardry, book yourself one of Cocktail Masterclasses. We’re kinda really good at that kind of thing.

But if you want to do a bit more practising at home first, perhaps try your hand at one of our other cocktail recipes? Check them out below. They’re all a bit awesome.

Cocktail recipe: How to make a Tingle Bells

Cocktail recipe: How to make a Negroni

Cocktail recipe: How to make a Bellini