50cl Colonsay Brammer
50cl Colonsay Brammer Aperitif
Brammer - noun; a term of approbation; an excellent specimen of its type
According to the Dictionary of the Scots Language, the word Brammer is derived from the Hindu god Brahma, the first God in the Hindu triumvirate, and is of relatively recent origin. It is used to describe something that is very good, and is most widely used throughout the West coast.
How appropriate then for this delicate blend of our award winning Colonsay Bramble liqueur and Amer a classic French apéritif. Amer is from the French meaning ‘bitter’ and is flavoured with Orange and Gentian Root, and makes a fabulous partner with the slightly sweeter flavour of Bramble (aka Blackberry). Apéritifs are traditional drunk at the beginning of a meal.
Colonsay Brammer is best served neat over ice, or, if you prefer bubbles, with soda, or lemonade for a sweeter, longer drink. In the summer, it is also a fabulous alternative to Pimm’s.
Deliveries are sent by Royal Mail, we can arrange a courier to deliver large orders if you contact us via email@example.com or telephone 01951 200082. We cannot deliver to PO Boxes. International orders will be delivered by an international courier.
We dispatch orders of up to 3 bottles, by Royal Mail second class signed for on the next available ferry. The bottles will arrive in individual boxes. Please contact us for delivery prices on orders of 4 bottles or more.
We are located on the remote Hebridean island of Colonsay where wild and windy weather sometimes mean we are isolated from the mainland and/or internet access. We will endeavour to process and dispatch your orders quickly but cannot be held liable for delays caused by the weather and/or third party ferry operators.
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