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Means of Preservation Cocktail Recipe

Happy Hour: Means of Preservation

One of my best nights in Hawaii was spent at the lobby bar at the Waikiki Edition, Oahu's posh new urban resort. There, I was in the hands of the hotel's talented barkeep, Sam Treadway, who crafted, among other things, a deconstructed mai tai (topped with foam and a shiso leaf) — as well as the best Sazerac I've ever had.

I asked the young bartender, who hails from the famous Boston bar Drink, to put together a memorable libation to end the evening on a high note. He came back with this; it's a bit sweet, a tad savory, and incredibly complex, with herbaceous, vegetal notes. To see the unique recipe, keep reading.

Means of Preservation

Means of Preservation

Means of Preservation Cocktail Recipe 2011-05-16 11:57:36

Ingredients

2 ounces Beefeater gin
1/2 ounce St. Germain
1/2 ounce Dolin Blanc (a sweet vermouth)
2 dashes The Bitter Truth Celery Bitters

Directions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass. Stir.
  2. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass or coupe. Garnish with a grapefruit peel.

Makes 1 drink.

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Nicole-Perry Nicole-Perry 2 years
This sounds LOVELY — right up my alley — really, celery was practically made for adding to cocktails whether in whole form, as juice, or as bitters.
Susannah-Chen Susannah-Chen 4 years
There are so many reasons why I love this drink. Everything is in perfect balance: the gingery, slightly sweet Dolin Blanc; the flowery, nearly muscat-like St. Germain; the piney juniper notes of gin; the vegetal element from the celery bitters. The result is uniquely botanical, and one hundred percent delicious.
Mandy-Harris Mandy-Harris 4 years
Celery bitters?! I am so trying this.
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