Thanks to 🍸@highproofpreacher
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One of my favorite cocktail nerd things right now is making simple syrups from different tea blends 🤓🍵 Simple syrup is just equal parts sugar & water, so I’ll brew a tea concentrate, then combine it with equal parts organic cane sugar. It’s an easy way to incorporate unique flavors & add complexity to cocktails.
For my latest, I used a loose-leaf tea from @townshendstea called “Mt. Hood Vanilla.” It’s a crisp black tea with a rich vanilla flavor that almost tastes like an old-timey soda 😋 It was perfect for this brandy Old Fashioned. Have any tea syrup suggestions for me? Hit me with ‘em!
2 oz @bertouxbrandy
1 tsp Black Tea Vanilla syrup
1 dash aromatic bitters
2 dashes Sarsaparilla bitters
Combine ingredients in a mixing vessel & stir with ice until chilled. Strain into a rocks glass over a large cube. Gently express an orange peel over the top of the drink then discard 🍊
Glassware by my friends at @hospitalitybrands ✌🏼
Dinheiro não compra felicidade, mas compra pizza, que é a mesma coisa. 😋
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6 Stundes vor
This Korean 2D cafe is called @greem_cafe and located right in #Seoul. Flat mugs, chairs, tables, and flattened shirts on the laundry line – every little detail in this cafe reminds you of a comic book.
The cafe’s owner, J.S. Lee, was inspired by pop culture and Korean cartoons especially W, a web cartoon fantasy about a man caught between real life and a cartoon. While that show lasted only 16 episodes, Lee’s cafe, though still young, seems to have staying power. That’s partly due to his another reason: the cafe was designed to be as Instagrammable as possible. 🎥: @gypsea_lust#architectanddesign
11 Stundes vor
Morning in Marseille by @nathanyelbns! ☕️🥐🥞✨