Peruvian Dragon
1.0
0.5 Whole
Red Flesh Dragon Fruit
Oz
Pisco
0.5 Oz
Agave
Oz
Lime Juice
Oz
Lemon Juice
0.25 Cup
Ice
Scoop out the dragon fruit into a blender with the other ingredients. Blend until everything is smoothe. Rim the glass and pour over a large ice cube.

I used a sugar/salt/lime-chile rim because the dragon fruit can taste a little earthy. Our friend Rose did this with white flesh dragon fruit and jabanero tequila, delicious!

Golden Hour
1.0
Whole
Nectarine
1.5 Oz
Bourbon
1.5 Oz
Dry Vermouth
0.25 Oz
Honey
Dash
Bitters
0.5 Cup
Ice
Peel and chop up the nectarine, and throw it in a blender with the other ingredients, make sure you get all the skin bits or else it comes out all lumpy. Blend until all the ice is smoothe. Pour into a tumbler.

Perfect for a warm summer evening with some kind of white fish on the grill.

Jambledon
1.2
Whole
Strawberries
2.5 Oz
Takamaka White Rum
0.5 Oz
Honey
Sprigs
Mint Leaves
0.5 Cup
Ice
Chop up those mint leaves as small as you can. Put everything in a blender until the ice is smoothe and the mint is as finely chopped as possible. Slowly pour it into a tumbler to catch any ice lumps before they fall out, and top with some mint leaves to garnish.

Be careful - this is delicious. It's like English summertime took a Carribean vacation.

Shelterwood Spritz
1.0
Oz
Aperol
Oz
Gin
0.5 Oz
Lemon Juice
0.5 Oz
Blood Orange Juice
0.25 Pint
Tonic
Shake the booze and the fruit juice with ice. Pour into a large wine glass filled with ice cubes and top off with the tonic. Garnish with some lemon and mint.

This is relatively light on the alcohol, I think version 2.0 is going to have a bit more gin in there to take some of the sweetness off.

Cilegia
1.0
Oz
Bourbon
Oz
Aperol
0.5 Oz
Bruto Americano
0.5 Oz
Maraschino Cherry Liquer
Stir everything in the glass with the biggest ice cube you have.

The boubon, the cherry, the Aperol... it's a lot of heavy sweet stuff, I think it needs an orange twist or something to cut it.

Dan's Bramble
1.0
Oz
Gin
Oz
Lemon Juice
0.5 Oz
Blackberry Simple Syrup
Sprig
Mint
Shake it all with ice and pour into a tumbler full of crushed ice. Garnish with mint sprig stuck into a blackberry.

For the blackberry simple syrup, simmer 1 cup of water with 3/4 cup of sugar and a handful of smashed-up blackberries for about 5 minutes until it feels all syrupy. Strain and cool!

Matt's Jalapeño Paloma
1.0
1.5 Oz
Mezcal
1.5 Oz
Grapefruit Juice
0.75 Oz
Jalapeño Simple Syrup
0.75 Oz
Lime Juice
Shake it all with ice and pour into a tumbler with a big ice cube. Garnish with thin slice of lime so it sticks to the top of the cube.

A good rim for this is some chili-lime powder mixed with some sugar, use lime to wet the rim and do this before you put the ice cube in! For the jalapeño simple syrup, simmer 1 cup of water with 1 cup of sugar and half a sliced up jalapeño for about 5 minutes. Strain and cool!



All built on some sweet XML