Tanqueray No. 10
Crème de mûre Liqueur
Fresh Lemon Juice
0 units of alcohol per serve
- Add Tanqueray No. 10, Sugar Syrup and Lemon Juice to an Old Fashioned glass.
- Fill glass three-quarters with crushed ice.
- Churn well.
- Cap with crushed ice.
- Drizzle with Blackberry Liqueur.
- Garnish with fresh blackberries.
17.9 g per serve
Despite being used in this modern classic, Blackberry Liqueur, is not as widely distributed as you may think. If you don't have it, then substitute it with a Raspberry Liqueur.
History of the drink
In the 1980's, Dick Bradsell a bartender at Fred's Club in London's Soho, invented the Bramble. Nothing in Dick's opinion is more British than a blackberry when it comes to making a British-themed drink. When he was a child he remembers wriggling through the brambles to reach the fruit that grows wild all throughout the UK.