Garnish: blood orange wheel, Sedona juniper berries
Want a quick and easy G&T that stands out from the crowd? Fill a glass with ice, adding a few juniper berries between the layers. Add Suncliffe and top with Big Marble’s extra dry tonic water. Garnish with blood orange wheel.
Garnish: spiral eucalyptus sprig
Add all ingredients to a mixing glass with ice, stir until chilled. Strain into a coupe or martini glass and dress with a spiral eucalyptus sprig. Unwind in the energy of the Vortex.
by Maxwell Berlin.
Garnish: citrus wheel, nasturtium flower
Jasmine honey: Combine 1 part water and 2 parts local honey. Bring to boil, reduce to simmer with a pinch of jasmine tea. Turn off heat to steep. Strain and refrigerate.
Combine all ingredients into a shaker tin, add ice. Shake until the cocktail shaker is cold and strain into martini glass. Float the citrus wheel with nasturtium on top.
by Manny Peña of Restaurant Progress, Phoenix.
Garnish: orange peel barrette
Stir all ingredients over ice, strain into a coupe cocktail glass. To craft a barrette garnish, cut a “V” in the center of the orange peel, express over the cocktail and “clip” to rim.
Matt Pladgeman of So Far So Good, Phoenix.
Garnish: rosemary sprig
Combine all ingredients into a shaker tin, add ice. Shake until the cocktail shaker is frosty and strain over fresh draft ice in a rocks glass. Decorate with a sprig of rosemary.
by Alex Montoya of Rough Rider, Phoenix.
Garnish: chocolate dipped clementine wheel
Cinnamon demerara simple syrup: 1 cup demerara sugar 1/2 cup filtered CAP water 1 cinnamon stick, broken Combine sugar, water and broken cinnamon in a saucepan. Bring to a boil for 5 minutes and remove from heat. Allow to steep for 45 minutes. Thoroughly strain, refrigerate. Store refrigerated for up to 2 weeks
Add fresh ice to a highball glass. Combine all ingredients with the exception of the ginger beer in a tin and vigorously shake with fresh ice until very cold, add ginger beer and presbyterian shake*. Fine strain into highball glass/ If possible, top with Big Marble Organics Ginger Beer. Embellish with a chocolate dipped clementine.* A presbyterian shake is when you add a carbonated beverage to an unfinished cocktail and then shake again for 2-3 seconds
by Blaise Farber of Valentine, Phoenix.
Build in highball glass in the following order:
lime juice prickly pear purée 0.25 oz agave nectar Ice Suncliffe prickly pear eau de vie Big Marble dry tonic
Top with egg white foam: 1 egg white & 0.5oz agave nectar shaken together Lime zest garnish
Garnish: maraschino cherry
Add ingredients to a cocktail urn, add ice, stir 20-40 times. Strain into a martini glass and garnish with cherry.
garnish: orange twist
Stir and strain into rocks glass over ice. Garnish with orange twist.
by Benny Ogando of Red Hook Tavern, Brooklyn
garnish: spritz angostura bitters
Add gin, cinnamon syrup, apricot liquor, egg white, orange blossom and ice to a shaker. Shake for 10-20 seconds. Strain into a cocktail glass and spritz with angostura bitters.