UpRoot Gin Siesta

Amaro Arancia, UpRoot Gin

Normally a tequila-based cocktail, for the UpRoot Gin Siesta, we subbed the oak barrel aged PostModern Spirits UpRoot Gin for the traditional agave based spirit, and paired it with the PostModern Spirits Amaro Arancia. The zippy, refreshing grapefruit & lime juice combination will be certain to please the palate from spring through fall.

Glass:

Collins

Ingredients:

1.5 ounce PostModern Spirits UpRoot Gin
0.5 ounce PostModern Spirits Amaro Arancia
0.5 ounce Lime Juice
1.0 ounce Grapefruit Juice
0.5 ounce Simple Syrup or agave nectar

Garnish:

Grapefruit Twist

Method:

Shake all ingredients with ice and double strain into an ice filled Collins glass.

Tasting Notes:

Refreshing, citrus forward with notes of spice on the finish

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