Ever since that cute old granny on the Aldi advert passed up her cuppa tea for a tasty ol’ gin, we’ve become a nation of gin-lovers.
Ok, so we’re not exactly sure its possible to pinpoint the start of gin’s meteoric rise to that specific ad campaign, but you get where we’re going with this.
Young. Old. Girls. Guys. People that like to party. Everybody loves gin. And once you’ve tried (and made) our original Appleberry Bramble, you’ll soon see why.
So, without further ado, here’s the recipe for this fresh-out-the-orchard, tried-and-tested, juniper-based, beautifully fruity cocktail.
Appleberry Bramble Ingredients
Tanqueray No. 10 gin
How to make an Appleberry Bramble
This is one swanky drink, where the flavours do the work for you. Simple collect your Boston tin (you know, a shiny cocktail shaker) and highball glass and fill both with cubed ice. Add all the ingredients to the Boston tin and shake hard to break up the raspberries.
Once you’ve got arm ache, fine strain your finished blend into the highball glass over the ice. Then, simply garnish with the rosemary and lemon. Voila!
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