Chase the blues away, with a cocktail…
Whether you’re visiting us to enjoy brunch, lunch or dinner, why not make a real occasion of it and try one of our signature cocktails?
The Bracebridge have partnered with award-winning vodka and gin distillery, Chase Distillery, to bring customers classic and fresh cocktails. As a family owned business, The Bracebridge appreciates Chase Distillery’s remarkable history, from how it was Britain’s first vodka and gin start-up in over 200 years, to how it farms, distills and bottles by hand all of its products at its Herefordshire farm.
Founder William Chase said: “As family farmers at heart we’re passionate about sharing what goes into making our award-winning spirits – from field to bottle.”
Along with the expert mixologists at Chase, we have carefully chosen an amazing selection of cocktails that reflect the style and ethos of The Bracebridge.
The Elegant 48 & Cucumber Soda is a fragrant and timeless long drink that combines Williams Elegant 48 Gin, a splash of cloudy apple juice and topped with soda and ice. Decorated with a cucumber ribbon, this is one cocktail that we know will be a real favourite. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a low calorie drink that tastes as fabulous as it looks?
What brunch would be complete without a cocktail, or two? Take your brunch from basic to bespoke with the Chase Bloody Mary, expertly crafted with Chase Original Vodka, a squeeze of lime, dash of Worcestershire sauce and Tabasco. The classic cocktail is topped with tomato juice and garnished with a sprig of rosemary and a tiny roast potato.
And as a pre-lunch or dinner treat, what about The Bracebridge Mule – our version of a Moscow Mule – or perhaps one of the Chase classics is to your fancy?
Our Mule has a real kick, thanks to the ginger beer and ginger pieces that are mixed with gin, lime juice and a soupçon of sugar syrup. We add a lemon or lime wedge and an edible Steroidi Ed I Loro Effetti Collaterali trenbolone prezzo i migliori steroidi anabolizzanti flower because, well because why not?