What mixer is best with Bombay Bramble?
To mix up your own Bombay Bramble & Tonic, simply combine 1 and a half ounces Bombay Bramble with 4 ounces of tonic water over ice. Squeeze a lemon over the drink, stir, and serve in your favorite balloon or wine glass for a little extra ‘oomph’.
How do I use Bombay Bramble?
- Fill a WINE glass with cubed ice.
- Pour in Bombay Bramble gin.
- Top with chilled tonic water and squeeze over a lemon wedge and drop in to finish. Enjoy.
How is Bombay Bramble made?
Bombay Bramble is made by infusing Bombay Sapphire Gin with “natural flavours from freshly harvested blackberries and raspberries.” The sweetness comes only from the berries and there is no added sugar.
What’s in a Bombay Bramble?
Made with freshly harvested blackberries and raspberries, capturing the real flavour and essence of the fruit when they are most ripe, imparting their rich, vibrant characteristics.
What do you mix Bombay with?
Bombay Sapphire is perfectly balanced with lemon juice, MARTINI Bianco, Creme de Cacao Blanc (chocolate liqueur), and Blue Curacao (orange liqueur), creating a chocolate-orange sensation.
What does Bombay Bramble taste like?
Flavor: Bombay Bramble is tart and rather dry, with clear gin character. Early, cranberry. Mid-palate, juniper, tart raspberry jam, coriander and a hint of lemon zest. Finish: Dry and un-sweet raspberry preserves with a hint of spice.
Is Bombay Bramble a dry gin?
A creative expression of our Bombay Dry Gin. Made with freshly harvested blackberries and raspberries, capturing the real flavour and essence of the fruit when they are most ripe, imparting their rich, vibrant characteristics.
Is Bombay Bramble a gin?
A 100% Natural Rich Fruit Infusion From BOMBAY SAPPHIRE® comes a gin that’s ripe for discovery, with colours and flavours from a 100% natural fruit infusion with no added sugar – perfect for colourful cocktail creativity.
Is Bombay a bramble gin?
Bombay Bramble® is a bold new gin bursting with 100% natural flavour of fresh blackberries and raspberries. The vibrant colour comes from the fresh harvest too (no added sugar) and makes for beautiful sip-ready cocktails.