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Bombay Sapphire Release New Blackberry And Raspberry Flavoured Gin


Taking inspiration from the classic Bramble Cocktail, Bombay Sapphire have released their first ever flavoured distilled gin, named Bombay Bramble.

Bombay Bramble has been created using the brand’s London Dry Gin at its heart infused with ‘the 100% natural flavour of freshly harvested blackberries and raspberries’, with no added sugar or flavours. Offering consumers a short cut on the modern classic gin cocktail The Bramble, created in 1984, this striking crimson coloured gin “bursting with natural berry flavours” is perfect for creating colourful cocktails that are sure to impress.

Bombay Bramble

A classic Bramble cocktail is made with dry gin, lemon, sugar syrup and crème de mûre – Bombay Bramble will appeal to the health-conscious drinkers as it contains less sugar than the original Bramble recipe and as the gin has no added sugar, it allows the consumer to “control the sweetness of each drink and tailor serves to suit varying flavour palates”.

Bombay Sapphire Master of Botanicals, Ivano Tonutti, said: “Launching a flavour expression was always going to take time as it’s important that the taste experience comes purely from natural botanicals and ingredients.

Bombay Bramble

“This is so we can offer even the most discerning gin drinkers the right balance of fruit flavour without compromising the quality of our core product. Master distiller Dr Anne Brock and I worked closely and carefully to infuse our gin with an exclusive maceration of berries that have been harvested at their ripest moment.”

Serving recommendation

Bombay Bramble is best served simply poured over ice with tonic water and garnished with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. It can also be served with equal parts tonic water and soda water, in line with the growing consumer appetite of lower sugar and lower ABV serves.

Bombay Bramble Gin (37.5% ABV) is available to buy now from Amazon by clicking here.

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