Made with an infusion of blackberry and raspberry
Color: Deep reddish pink, almost suggestive of magenta or cranberry juice. It is perfectly transparent.
Aroma: Tart and berry forward with heavy aromas of currant. Angelica and hints of spice round things out and give Bombay Bramble a vague impression of its source material.
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. While cognitively a bit surprising to taste literal berries, absolutely devoid of any sweetness, it works well. Sipped, it’s pleasant with a nice balance.