Something Old, Something New
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Free Fall (With Wine)
Next time you’re at Motif hotel in Seattle, stop by Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails and try the Piña Romero cocktail, conjured up by bar manager Chris Blakeslee.
—2 oz. BarSol pisco
—1/2 oz. rosemary syrup
—1/2 oz. lemon juice
—1 oz. pineapple juice
—rosemary sprig for garnish
Combine ingredients, garnish with the rosemary sprig and enjoy!
Courtesy of Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails
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