Blackberry Bramble Cocktail

by Oliver Hagen December 18, 2020 1 min read

Blackberry Bramble Cocktail

It's always nice to shake things up at Christmas with a new cocktail for you & your guests to enjoy. Cassie from Firecracker takes us through this delicious Blackberry Bramble recipe, using gin from Four Pillars and fresh berries.

What you will need:

60mls Ounces Four Pillars Gin (can do this as a single pour)
30mls Blackberry Liquor
30mls ginger cordial or syrup
A dash of Tonic or soda water 
Lemon slice for garnish
3-5 fresh blackberries for garnish
Square ice block or 3 ice cubes 

How to do it:

Add ice to glass, then add gin, blackberry liqueur and ginger syrup. Top with tonic or soda water and garnish with lemon slice and blackberries (fresh is best but you can use frozen) 



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