"DIVISION BELL"

by: Ian Hassett

photo: farika

The true signature of a quality cocktail is balance. Though the list of ingredients may include syrup-sweet or bitterest of bitters, the real enjoyment of a well-made drink is the harmony of ingredients to create a complex yet discernible palate. The Division Bell, from Mayahuel’s Philip Ward, is such a cocktail.

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COCKTAIL OF THE MONTH
The “Paper Plane”
Originally created by Sam Ross of Milk and Honey in 2008 and named after singer M.I.A’s song “Paper Planes”

The Paper Plane is a bright and refreshing bourbon citrus cocktail made with 2 different Italian bitters. We love our Italian bitters around here! It consists of equal parts of bourbon, Amaro Nonino, Aperol and lemon juice. An easy to remember recipe and perfect balance of bitter and sweet!  You’ll fly like paper and get high like planes.
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COCKTAIL OF THE MONTH

The “Paper Plane”

Originally created by Sam Ross of Milk and Honey in 2008 and named after singer M.I.A’s song “Paper Planes”

The Paper Plane is a bright and refreshing bourbon citrus cocktail made with 2 different Italian bitters. We love our Italian bitters around here! It consists of equal parts of bourbon, Amaro Nonino, Aperol and lemon juice. An easy to remember recipe and perfect balance of bitter and sweet!  You’ll fly like paper and get high like planes.

"THE FRIDA"
by: Ian Hassett
photo: farika
Borne out of frustration with polar vortexes and a desire for warmer weather, The Frida consists of Cazadores Blanco tequila, freshly squeezed lime juice, and sweet agave nectar. However it’s the addition of muddled cucumber and jalepeños that makes The Frida a truly refreshing take on the classic margarita. Our latest addition takes its name from one of our favorite Mexican artists (Frida Kahlo), and is slightly sweet, with heat on the nose and a citrus-cucumber base. Let The Frida transport you to warmer weather and happier times.
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"THE FRIDA"

by: Ian Hassett

photo: farika

Borne out of frustration with polar vortexes and a desire for warmer weather, The Frida consists of Cazadores Blanco tequila, freshly squeezed lime juice, and sweet agave nectar. However it’s the addition of muddled cucumber and jalepeños that makes The Frida a truly refreshing take on the classic margarita. Our latest addition takes its name from one of our favorite Mexican artists (Frida Kahlo), and is slightly sweet, with heat on the nose and a citrus-cucumber base. Let The Frida transport you to warmer weather and happier times.