2018 January 3
Original: Forbidden Island (SF) via Imbibe Magazine.
“This cocktail pays tribute to Laka, the Hawaiian goddess of song and dance—patroness of hula dancers,” says Susan Eggett of Forbidden Island in San Francisco’s East Bay. Eggett marries mezcal with a homespun cordial of agricole rum and agave syrup. “At Forbidden Island, we garnish it with an edible hibiscus flower,” she says. “A garnish fit for a Hawaiian deity.”
- 1 ½ oz. joven mezcal
- ¾ oz. fresh lime juice
- 1 oz. agricole rum-agave cordial
- 1 oz. ginger beer
- Glass: Collins
- Garnish: lime wheel and a hibiscus flower
Combine all ingredients except the ginger beer and shake well with ice. Strain into a Collins glass filled with fresh ice cubes. Top with ginger beer and garnish.
For the cordial: Heat 2 cups agave syrup and ½ cup water to a simmer, stirring to combine. Remove from heat, let cool to room temperature, then stir in 2 ounces of agricole rum. Will keep refrigerated for up to 2 weeks.
Credit: Susan Eggett, Forbidden Island, Alameda, California. Originally posted on Tumblr.
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