Refreshing to the soul and light on the tongue, the Kyuuri Hana cocktail is native to the Shari Sushi Lounge in Orlando, Florida but has found many new homes as it grows in popularity, it sure is a household name here at SK. A strong mix of gin and vodka, this drink is best served with a friend.
Ok we’re tired of people always knowing that Sex on the Beach is a cocktail but having NO idea what’s in it or how it’s made. Here at SK, we’re alcohol-enthusiasts (no not alcoholics) and we’re very picky when it comes to these things. So get your notes, get your shaker, and get ready to learn (and drink).
The Bloody Mary is one of the most iconic and well-loved drinks in the world. So why would anyone want to change it? Cause we love gin. That’s why. Don’t worry, we don’t mess around with it too much. Enjoy the Bloody Snapper on a cold day (or a hot one, we won’t judge).
A spin off the Old Fashioned cocktail, the Forefather successfully combines the smokiness of bourbon with the sweet-and-bitter combination of peaches and sweet tea.
The Whiskey Sour is of the older cocktail recipes. The cocktail recipe was originally seen in Jerry Thomas’ book, The Bartender’s Guide, in 1862. The history behind the conception of the drink; however, actually originates a century before that, when sailors and those looking for a new life in the new America’s would fix alcohol and their scurvy-fighting rations (think limes/lemons) as a more fun way to get their nutrients. Once these sailors and immigrants would finally land (sometimes the trek being longer than a year) they would continue to drink their favorite way of getting their daily dose of vitamins.
Ok we want you to think of brunch. Now if you’re not thinking of a decadent mimosa next to your probably-too-large dish of half breakfast, half lunch meal, then one could argue that you’ve never really had brunch. The mimosa is delicious, easy to make, and, a lot of times, bottomless.