While we are rather attached to our brews, we love our cocktails just as much. Think of it like a first born-second born equation. You can’t choose between your kids, neither can we. And in true parent style, we thought we’d show them off a little. Here.
It’s no coincidence that we’re talking about the Indian Doctor’s Prescription at this time of the year. There’s a nip in the air, and the first suspicious signs of sniffles. Something must be done! And this is the kind of prescription that you might like. Think dark rum, hot apple juice, cinnamon and cloves- sweet and spicy, this one will warm the cockles of your heart.
While we’re on the topic of warm, if you happen to be missing the tropics given the Winter-esque weather, and long for anything remotely related to something tropical, The Pillar 62, christened after the Metro Pillar #62 outside Toit, and crafted with a delectable combination of Vodka, rum, Triple sec, orange juice, pineapple juice, blue Curacao, lime juice and sugar, is the drink for you.
Rather delightfully coloured, in a bright blue and zesty orange reminiscent of a sunset by the sea…
Rather delightfully coloured, in a bright blue and zesty orange reminiscent of a sunset by the sea, along with a sprig of pineapple to complete the mood, this one will transport you to a lazy space by the second sip.
And since we’re now in a lazy space, it’s the perfect place to talk about our cocktail pitchers. Who wants to order a bunch of different drinks when you can have one gigantic pitcher of your favourite cocktail? And if you can have beer pitchers, you can, most certainly, have pitchers for cocktails as well.
Arguably, two of the most popular options for cocktails have been the Mojito, refreshing with its combination of White Rum, Mint, Lime wedges, Soda, and the Long Island Iced Tea with its potent mix of Vodka, rum, Gin, Tequila, Cointreau, lime, Cola.
We thought we may as well serve them in sizes that represent their popularity. Two pitchers in two sizes, based on whether it’s a tight group of best buds, or a large group of merry-makers.
Let no one say henceforth that we indulge in favouritism!