Around The Corner

  • Base Spirit Amaro
  • Preparation Stirred
  • Flavor Bitter & Sweet
  • Served Up

Marcus Fredriksson of Care/of Bar in Malmö, Sweden created this cocktail as his winning entry in Amaro Montenegro’s The Vero Bartender competition. From ingredients like lactic acid fermented apple juice to flower pots as serving vessels, this is not an easy-to-make-at-home drink, but it’s certainly delicious. The presentation is stunning and the complex blend of flavors harmonizes perfectly.

 

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Around The Corner
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Instructions
  1. Stir ingredients and strain into a watering can and flowerpots.
  2. Garnish with apple crisps.
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