Through The Menu: The Cocktail Journey, Q&A, The 7 Days Of Creation: The Repetitive Combination (7)

How the concept of “The Cocktail Journey” came to be called back to the origin of how things in the universe are base on intersected and interconnected of forms and patterns. There are selected 13 sacred geometry forms the team has interpreted through myths and principles with distinguishes characters of 52 classic cocktails. Exclusively for you to experience a journey of origins through time. Almost like a testament to their style and a take on classics.

These entries are how I experienced “The Cocktail Journey” with Q&A. Some small details of garnishes or tweaks in recipes may vary per customer. Nonetheless, the team makes sure to pay great tribute to all the 52 classics with an abundance of research and experiment over the years.

Here’s some trivia time, If you pay close attention to the wall from the entrance, you will find small nameplates of cocktails going through years of creation.


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The 7 Days Of Creation: The Repetitive Combination

This pattern will have you question whether the repetitive combinations are a great experiment or an obsession with these principles in building these drinks.


7♠️   Dark ’N’ Stormy, Hamilton, Bermuda, 1860

Q&A Cocktail Journey - 7 - Dark 'N' Stormy

Who: Vipop Jinaphan (Tor)

Spirits and others: Gosling’s Black Seal Rum

Ingredient: Old Jamaica Ginger Beer

Garnish: Lime Wedge

Method: Build

Glass: Old Fashioned

Words: This layers of brown are a bit light, but there’s still a nice sweet and butter ding of Gosling. Later, the refreshing and spicy ginger beer swept refresh the palette


7♥️   Corn ’N’ Oil, Barbados, Caribbean, 1890

Q&A Cocktail Journey - 7 - Corn 'N' Oil

Who: Attapon De-Silva (B)

Spirits and others: Havana Club 3

Ingredient: Fresh Lime Juice, House Falernum, Angostura Bitters, Bitter Truth Peach Bitters

Garnish: Lime Twist, Vanilla Seed, Nutmeg (Grated)

Method: Build

Glass: Old Fashioned

Words: Although it usually calls for blackstrap Rum, but Attapon decided to play around that buttery sweetness the other way around with bitters and garnish. It sends out a mysterious herby medicine-like smell. It was a nice mixture of sweet clean of white Rum and lime that blend well with swapped ingredients mentioned earlier and a bit of bitterness from lime and nutmeg. It was a bit watery at the very end.


7♦️   Pisco Sour, Lima, Peru, 1915

Q&A Cocktail Journey - 7 - Pisco Sour

Who: Vipop Jinaphan (Tor)

Spirits and others: Demonio de Los Andes Pisco

Ingredient: Fresh Lemon Juice, Fresh Lime Juice, White Sugar, Angostura Bitters

Garnish: – 

Method: Shaken

Glass: Fruit Brandy

Words: The yogurt and vinegary were pungent foam but delicate. It has an almost clean fruity finish with a bit of Angostura Bitters.


7♣️   Moscow Mule, Los Angeles, California, 1947

Q&A Cocktail Journey - 7 - Moscow Mule

Who: Attapon De-Silva (B)

Spirits and others: Grey Goose (Chilled)

Ingredient: Fresh Lime Juice, House Ginger Beer (Contains malt and brown sugar)

Garnish: Mint Sprig (France)

Method: Build

Glass: Tin Mug

Words: Decently fresh with mints and its medium-light body that the spiciness slowly builds up. Oddly left lavender-like aroma along with the house ginger beer.


 

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