Three of Us

  • Base Spirit Rosolio
  • Preparation Stirred
  • Flavor Refreshing
  • Served On the Rocks

This simple, but delicious drink was created by Selia Bugallo of London’s Kwãnt on her path to victory at the Bar Artist 2019 competition.

“In creating this aperitivo I was inspired by my experience as a professional Flamenco Dancer and its beauty and simplicity. The path to success in dance is to connect your mind, body, and soul which is where the title ‘The Three of Us’ came from. I used this to put together a simple yet beautiful drink just like the art of Flamenco.”

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Three of Us
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Instructions
  1. Combine Italicus, Sake, and Oloroso in a mixing glass with ice. Stir to combine.
  2. Strain into a Collins Glass. Add ice.
  3. Top with tonic water.
  4. Garnish with a basil leaf.
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