Practical Magic

ByKathryn Sears

Victoria, BC


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Kathryn's Cocktail Recipe

Get all your mise en place set up and then its time to shake this banger!

2 oz Coconut Fat Washed Pisco @elgobernator
0.5 oz Lime Juice
0.5 oz Simple Syrup
3 Dashes Cranberry Bitters
3 oz Mionetto Prosecco
4 Spritz of Orange and Vanilla Essence

In a shaker tin filled with ice place the pisco, simple syrup, lime juice and cranberry bitters and give a good hard shake to chill and dilute your cocktail base.
Then you can take your chilled glass or glasses if you are making multiple drinks and dirty dump your cocktail (meaning the whole shaker into the glass) and then top with prosecco, garnish with watermelon and a strawberry and finish with the orange essence spritzed over the top of the glassware.
Now its time to enjoy your beautiful summer spritz.

Cin Cin!

What inspired the drink?

My inspiration came from a childhood movie that was based around witches and it was called "Practical Magic". This drink is tropical and flirtatious and brings me back to a scene in the movie where everyone is drinking and dancing around the kitchen letting their inner goddess out. I see this drink like a love potion for the senses and for me it fits perfect with the sharp bubbles. I chose to use an orange spritz to really tie in the base of the cocktail to work with the Mionetto and was hoping that the cranberry bitters would also lend to the subtle dryness of the bubbles. I was going for a "feeling" with this cocktail and I truly hope you have the sparkle wash over you as you sip this summertime concoction.

What bar do you work at?

Clarke & Co

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