Monday, April 15, 2024

Bistronomy by Nico’s Bar Director, Kristin Wenzinger, shares her decadent brunch cocktail recipe with us

For our Behind the Cocktail function, we take a look at this superior brunch cocktail that takes espresso cocktails a step additional by incorporating notes of banana bread, permitting friends to drink their pastries.

Bistronomy by Nico in Charleston, SC, the French-inspired brunch options an assortment of contemporary tartines and the Not-So-French French Toast, all ready on the home milk brioche bread.

Desirous to create a espresso cocktail that permits friends to ease into Sunday, Beverage Director Kristin Wenzinger got here up with this scrumptious cocktail. Impressed by the timeless Espresso Martini and the Charleston restaurant’s brunch menu, which revolves round using brioche, her espresso and banana bread cocktail is a much less intense, boozy espresso expertise. Turning to her love of baking to create this cocktail, Kristin was capable of present a pure espresso taste and embrace basic banana bread substances—vanilla, cinnamon, and walnut. Creamy and scrumptious, the drink’s cinnamon sugar rim delivers an added enjoyable textural sensory expertise. Oh, It’s straightforward like Sunday morning. Give it a combination.

Espresso and Banana Bread Cocktail


• 1 oz Cannon Distillery’s Espresso Liqueur
• 3/4 oz 99 Bananas Vodka
• 3/4 oz Chila Cinnamon Cream
• 3/4 oz Cinnamon-infused Vanilla Syrup
• Few dashes of Walnut Bitters

Preparation: In a big rocks glass, rim with cinnamon and sugar, then fill with ice. In a cocktail shaker, add the espresso liqueur, 99 Bananas, Cinnamon Cream, syrup, and bitters. Shake till blended. Pressure over rocks and serve.

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