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    Smoked Watermelon by Josue Romero

    Brought to you by @thegarnishguy and Mezcal Verde.. this Smoked Watermelon cocktail is smoky and spicy, yet incredibly refreshing. Fresh watermelon is picked and gently juiced at its peak ripeness then blended with fresh lemon and limes, spicy honey and notes of fresh basil.  A delicious agave-smokiness comes through each sip from the high-proof mezcal and its traditional underground roasting process, transported from a remote region of Oaxaca, Mexico.

    This is a fanciful cocktail -- yet the simplicity of the ingredients make it approachable and understandable for even a novice mezcal drinker.  Perfect for a summer day or to remind you that summer can be found right inside the bottle.

    Ingredients: Mezcal, Fresh Watermelon, Fresh Lemon Juice, Spiced Honey, Aromatic Bitters, Basil Infused Water

    • Sweetness: 6/10
    • Bitterness: 3/10
    • Spirit Forwardness: 6/10
    • Sour Factor: 5/10
    • Spicy Factor: 7/10
    The Rum Punch by Bad Birdy
    A tropical paradise in your mouth.  Fresh bananas are infused in white aged rum by Selvarey directly from Panama giving a lightness to the rum not normally found in bars.  Small-batch bitters are added to cut the sweet, and balance this refreshing, tropical drink that we deliberately made not too sweet or syrupy.

    Unsweetened coconut flakes are turned into an in-house syrup, and then blended with fresh pineapple and lime juices.  Pineapple and coconut are the most prominent flavors culminating in a light, refreshing piña colada. 

    To recreate a mint garnish often found in tiki drinks, we infuse fresh, whole-leaf mint in purified water which naturally extracts not only the mint flavor but the dryness notable in the aftertaste.  This helps make the cocktail not too desert-like, balancing the sweet notes with some vegetal in the most delicious way possible. 

    The Bourbon Sour by Jason Yu
    Bold, juicy, and could be poured behind the bar as a drink anywhere in the world.  High-rye bourbon bottled at 45% abv in the top chamber is combined with a small-batch bitters with the following ingredients: cinnamon, ceylon cinnamon, molasses, sassafras leaves, sarsaparilla, nutmeg, mace, kola nut. This brings a layered, full-flavored depth along with the fresh lemon and orange juices.  

    Orange juice helps bring down the acidity, which is normally reduced through egg whites, but it also reminds you of its sister cocktail: the Old Fashioned.  Our Bourbon Sour surprised us as a refreshing version of the Old Fashioned, and we imagine it being just as popular.  There, we said it.  :)

    The Classic Margarita by Charity K.
    Direct, no frills, perfectly balanced.  We tried all kinds of options, but often simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.  You can't hide anything.  100% agave blanco tequila made in the highlands of Arrandas, Jalisco Mexico.  We add organic agave syrup and balanced with fresh lime juice.  Slightly citrus forward with strong notes from all the agave. In-house made orange liqueur, made using local orange peels. We pre-dilute salt into the water so you get just the right amount in each sip.  That's the way we roll.

    The Eastside by Saeed 'Hawk' House
    Refreshing, herbaceous, astoundingly-meticulous. Fresh cucumber, fresh mint, fresh lime, sugar and a dry gin: many didn't think we could pull off this classic cocktail. How can we include mint and cucumber, which is normally muddled in the in-bar version?

    Here's how we did it: we blend fresh cucumbers (including the peel), and then double-strain it, and add just a little bit so you get strong vegetable notes but only notes. Secondarily, we infuse fresh, whole-leaf mint (even slapping it a bit before batching - just like at the bar so it's fully activated). We leave it in cold, purified water for 24 hours and it infuses it like a tea, but by not heating it the leaves don't brown.

    After adding fresh lime and simple syrup, the gin botanicals bring together all the herbal and vegetal notes in an elegant spa water taste. This is the perfect gateway-cocktail for those that don't currently like gin.