This poppy-hued drink from Jeff Savage, Head Bartender at Botanist Bar in Vancouver is exceptional, citrusy and aromatic, with a puckering tartness that lingers. The combine of Aperol, grapefruit zest and cranberry-infused tequila conjures up an unforgettable style in ¡Qué Padre!.
Botanist Bar options a list of advanced nevertheless whimsical cocktails, with a find variety of chemist-like experiential layouts. Under the path of award-profitable Artistic Beverage Director, Grant Sceney and Head Bartender, Jeff Savage, see very first-hand how the odd and fantastic creations intended in the country’s only ahead-going through cocktail lab integrates a culinary tactic into the cocktail application.
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¡Qué Padre! Tequila Cocktail
This poppy-hued consume from Jeff Savage, Head Bartender at Botanist Bar in Vancouver is exclusive, citrusy and aromatic, with a puckering tartness that lingers. The mix of Aperol, grapefruit zest and cranberry-infused tequila conjures up an unforgettable taste in ¡Qué Padre!.
- .75 oz cranberry-infused Altos Blanco Tequila
- .75 oz Lustau white vermouth
- .75 oz Aperol
- 1 dash orange blossom h2o
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