• Signature Drink: Kusama Sour

     
    POSTED June 12, 2020
     

Courtesy of Two James Spirits

A unique mix of bitters creates a treat for the senses in this seasonal sip from Corktown’s Two James Spirits. While typically busy hosting tours and private events or slinging craft cocktails in its tasting room, the distillery’s team has shifted its efforts during the coronavirus outbreak. It’s been producing hand sanitizer for hospitals, police and fire departments across the Detroit metro, while lifting spirits with creative curbside cocktail kits.

INGREDIENTS

—1 egg white

—1.75 oz. Barrel Reserve Old Cockney Gin

—0.50 oz. Dos Jaimes Mezcal

—0.75 oz. fresh lime juice

—0.50 oz. orgeat

—5 dashes smoked chili bitters

DIRECTIONS

Dry shake the egg white, then add all other ingredients and ice to a shaker. Shake and strain into a coupe glass. Garnish with dots of classic, Peychaud’s, orange and smoked chili bitters. 

Marina Kitchen, the signature restaurant at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, launched an urban beekeeping program in 2015 as a way to encourage environmental efforts on the 1,360-room property.

 

Lighten up your winter with Holman’s Table’s honey, ginger and lemon cocktail.

Winter blues getting you down? Fire up the cocktail shaker and try a recipe that will surely lift your spirits. Holman’s Table’s Penicillin is a perfect blend of scotch, honey, ginger and lemon juice— all the ingredients needed to melt away the wintertime sadness. 

INGREDIENTS

— 1.5 oz. Bank Note Blended Scotch

(or your choice aged, blended scotch or whiskey)

— 0.75 oz. Honey Simple Syrup

 

Just because the holidays are over doesn’t mean you can’t have a little holiday-inspired cheer (and by “cheer,” we mean alcohol). Try this super-easy, super-tasty drink recipe from The Benson Hotel.

DIRECTIONS:
Fill a glass or copper
mug with ice.

ADD:
—1.5 ounces vodka
—2 ounces cranberry juice
—juice of half of a lime
—fill/top with ginger beer