Инстаграм @madeincocktails Roberto Alori | Cocktails
from @ryeremedy and this one is just sexy. That foam is perfect and the passion fruit completes it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Rio .......... 1.75oz Diep 9 #OldGenever .5oz @suzeofficial .5oz #LiquidAlchemist Passion Fruit .75oz Lemon 🍋 Juice Half #PassionFruit BS Simple Egg White 🥚 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Glassware: @hospitalityglass ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Mix all ingredients in shaker, reverse dry shake 💃, double strain into cocktail glass. Place other half of Passion Fruit into the foam as garnish and a sour fruity snack. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Spotted on: @ryeremedy
from @nickassaur. Nautical Twilight . 2 oz. Per Se Vodka (@ampdistillingco) 1/2 oz. Creme de Cassis (@oddsocietyspirits) 2 dashes Western Haskap bitters (@bittered_sling) 6 oz. Rhubarb sparkling (@drysoda) Dehydrated lime and rosemary garnish . Something I've been struggling with lately is naming recipes. One approach I take is to stare at the list of ingredients, as well as the presentation of the drink, until something comes to me. With this approach, more often than not, I'm never fully satisfied with the names I end up with. . A better approach I've found is to intentionally go down a "rabbit-hole" of searches, based on my initial impression of the drink. This impression does not necessarily have to be cocktail or ingredient-related. In this instance, the colour gradient caused by the addition of the Creme de Cassis made me think of a sunset...and so I go on to look up "types of sunsets". 🤷🏻♂️ . During my search, I stumbled upon the term "Nautical Twilight". I learned that this term described the time of day where the horizon and brighter stars are both visible, making it possible to navigate at sea. Looking back at the drink, I could see a soft "horizon" formed by the Creme de Cassis, and the rising bubbles near the top of the glass did look star-like. 😆 I took it.
from @moodymixologist. . F r o z e n R o s e m a r y B r a m b l e . Today is a beautiful and unseasonably warm day here in the northeast, so I’m opening all the windows and sharing a frozen Bramble-inspired cocktail. I chose Malfy Con Limone to intensify the lemon flavor and rosemary syrup for a bit of that fresh, woodsy flavor that pairs so wonderfully with blackberries. . Don’t miss the glassware giveaway in my last post! Giveaway is open until tomorrow night! 🍸 . 2 oz @malfygin Con Limone 1 oz lemon juice .75 oz rosemary syrup 8 blackberries . Muddle blackberries in a shaker and strain out the seeds. Add strained berries, remaining ingredients, and about 1 cup of ice to a blender and blend until smooth. Garnish with rosemary and frozen blackberries. . 🥃 Glassware by @agedandore
from @whats.marisa.drinking ✨ ✨ ‘BITTER CRANBERRY’ 60ml Ruby Red Grapefruit Juice 60ml Light Cranberry Juice @oceansprayanz 15ml Lime Juice Dash of Homemade Rosemary Syrup Topped up sugar free Cranberry & Hibiscus Syrup @nexba Cranberry Bitters @bittermens Garnish with Ruby Red Grapefruit and wax flower 🌺
from @moodymixologist. After many requests, I’ve been putting together some photography resources and this is a shot I used to demonstrate a simple lighting technique that can help cocktails pop and bubbly drinks sparkle. ✨ It’s also a super simple, tasty, and low abv cocktail! 🍹 . 1 oz pink gin (Linton Hill) Barspoon Peychaud’s bitters Expressed lemon peel Top with grapefruit sparkling water Garnished with a kousa berry . If you’re not familiar, the garnish is a kousa berry. These berries come from the kousa dogwood, the only dogwood species with edible fruit. The berries are really strange looking and grow straight upward from the branches. The taste is kind of hard to describe, but similar to papaya.