Spicy with a side of refreshing, The Hot Take features the Navy Strength Dry Gin, Empirical Gin, and House Made Limoncello. Built with a Chili Lime Shrub – a drinking vinegar and the spicy and slightly smoky Strongwater Bonfire Bitters, this cocktail manages to bring sweet, sour and spicy together in one refreshing cocktail glass!

Glass:

Globe

Ingredients:

Empirical Gin 1.25 ounce
Limoncello 0.75 ounce
Chili Lime Shrub 0.5 ounce
Rosemary Syrup 0.5 ounce
Simple Syrup 0.5 ounce
Bonfire Bitters 4 dash
Cocoa Bitters 4 dash

Garnish:

Juniper Berries & Dehydrated Lemon

Method:

Shake all ingredients with ice & strain into an ice filled Globe & top with soda water. Garnish with Juniper Berries & Dehydrated Lemon.

Tasting Notes:

Sour, spicy, smoky, refreshing

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