Did you know that blackberry bushes are called Brambles? If you love cocktails, here’s a fun and delicious recipe that will surely leave your senses in joy! The blissful union of The Singleton Of Glendullan Single Malt Scotch Whisky, lemon juice, simple syrup and deliciously muddled blackberries are a must-try! If you have a home bar, then mixing this cocktail at home is a breeze. Just make sure that you have enough blackberries in your kitchen and a few simple ingredients and you are good to go.
Bramble is a classic cocktail made with gin, citrus, sugar and blackberry liqueur. Invented in the 1980s, it’s become one of the most loved fruitilicious cocktails. The key ingredient of this cocktail recipe, features The Singleton Of Glendullan Single Malt Scotch Whisky, a delicious whisky that is exceptionally smooth and rich. Known for its aromatic, pleasant, and luscious flavours, The Singleton is sublime and full of character. This cocktail recipe perfectly captures the nuanced flavours of The Singleton and not to forget it’s a great way to savour some blackberries.
The Singleton Bramble is a beautiful blend of flavours that refreshes your taste buds. When blackberries are in season, you cannot miss mixing this drink. If you are looking for a fruity cocktail recipe for your house party, or you want to treat yourself to a perfect drink, Singleton Bramble will not disappoint.
To begin mixing this cocktail, grab a cocktail shaker and add a handful of blackberries to it.
Next, add freshly squeezed lemon juice and sugar syrup into the cocktail shaker.
Using a muddler, muddle the ingredients gently to release their juices and essence.
Using a cocktail jigger, measure out 35ml of the Singleton single malt whisky and pour it into the shaker. Using the right measuring tools helps in using precise quantities of the ingredients. This will ensure that the drink is well-balanced.
Next, fill the cocktail shaker with ice. It’s an essential component of mixing. It helps in diluting the drink and balancing the flavours effectively.
Shake vigorously to combine.
Prepare an old-fashioned glass by adding crushed ice to it.
Using a cocktail strainer, strain the mixture from the shaker into the prepared old-fashioned glass.
Drizzle blackberry liqueur and add more crushed ice if necessary.
Garnish with fresh blackberries, and serve!