And at the end of each tour we ask our guests, which of the several cocktails they tried, was their favorite?
Check back here often for recipes and pro tips from the mixologists who created them.
Be cocktail curious. Cheers!
Soul at the Joseph, 04.13.17
This classic cocktail has been enjoyed since the 1920s and for good reason — it's delicious!
2 oz VS Cognac
.75 oz Gran Marnier (may substitute Cointreau or Triple Sec)
.75 oz Lemon juice
Shake and serve up in a chilled cocktail glass or coupe. Garnish with an orange peel.
PRO TIP: The classic Sidecar recipe is a simple 2:1:1 proportioned cocktail. Ian upped the booziness with more Cognac. Save money and use VS Cognac for this citrusy cocktail.
A Brief and Wondrous History
Denmark on High, 03.29.17
This delicious and complex cocktail was created by Francisco for Denmark's Summer cocktail menu.
1 oz tamarind infused Appleton
1 oz Pineapple-mango Brugal
.25 oz Turbino
3 drops Jerk bitters
Shake with ice, infuse smoke and serve neat in a chilled rocks glass.
Garnish with dried mango and pineapple.
PRO TIP: unless you own a smoke gun, go to Denmark while this amazing cocktail is still on the menu.
Paulie Gee's, 03.22.17
This refreshing cocktail was created by Dom as a tribute to Earth Day 2017.
1.5 oz Ilegal Jovan Mezcal
.5 oz Green Chartreuse
.5 oz simple syrup
4 slices cucumber
Small bunch of arugula
Muddle 3 slices of cucumber and arugula in a rocks glass and fill with crushed ice, In a shaker, combine all ingredients, add ice and shake until cold. Strain and garnish with the remaining cucumber slice and fresh-ground black pepper.