Wesley's recette de cocktail
.75 martini & Rossi Ambrato vermouth
.25 Amaro Montenegro
1oz blood orange cola syrup
.75 lemon & lime juice
3 dashes Dillons orange bitters
2oz mionetto Prosecco
Fresh mint handful garnish
Fresh sage handful garnish
-Blood orange syrup-
Cut 4 blood oranges, 2 lemons 2 limes in wedges and line on baking sheet. Add cinnamon, star anise, close and 2 vanilla pods and toss together. Set your oven to roast 400 and place tray in oven. Roast for 2 hours until sugars of the citrus carmalize
Remove from oven and soak contents of the pan in 2 cups of simple syrup for 48 hours in the fridge. Strain and store.
Build cocktail in Collins glass and begin with martini & Rossi Ambrato vermouth, Amaro Montenegro, blood orange cola syrup, fresh lemon & lime juice and Dillons orange bitters. Fill glass with ice and top with 2oz of mionetto Prosecco. Garnish with a fresh handful of mint and sage.
Qu'est-ce qui a inspiré la boisson?
My inspiration for this cocktail came from the hard-working and generous people of Long Island New York. The largest, congregation of Italian immigrants in the world long island will always be a place I hold dear in my heart from my times travelling around New York. They welcome you into their homes and treat you like family. Mionetto prosecco embodies what it means to be a family, to be passionate about your heritage and where you come from and I couldn’t think of anybody who embodies this more than the people Of Long Island.
The vermouth provides a complexity of flavours that you would find from the blend of spirits in a Long Island iced tea. The combination of roasted blood orange and citrus plus a specific spice blend gives note to the nostalgic Coca-Cola when mixed with the Amaro Montenegro. Dillons Orange Bitters gives a back bone of bitter orange and finally the Mionetto ties it all together with its delicate mousse and floral character.
Dans quel bar travaillez-vous?
CRAFT Beer Market