In the mid 1980’s Edward Bramley Kain and Penelope Gage started experimenting in the kitchen of their South Devon farmhouse with strawberry, raspberry and blackcurrant liqueurs. The fruits came from their fruit farm and the recipes followed a ‘maceration’ method similar to that practised in France. Now, nearly thirty years since the first bottle of liqueur was made, Penelope and Edward’s son (Michael) and daughter (Felicity) run the business; still making the liqueurs and sloe gin in exactly the same way – in small batches giving the freshest flavours possible.
FLAVOURS: A selection of four of Bramley and Gage's 5cl miniature liqueurs together with recipes for exquisite cocktails. Recipes include; kir royale, singapore sling and plum daiquiri An inspiring gift for mixologists and enthusiastic cocktail shakers.