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Bay Berry Lemonade

This is a refreshing, fresh, summer cocktail that brings out the smooth flavor of Maker’s Mark, and sweet locally grown Bay area strawberries.

Glassware: Highball glass

Ingredients
  • 1 1/2 muddled strawberries
  • 2 oz Markers Mark
  • 1 oz Peach Schnapps
  • 1 oz lemon juice
  • 1 oz simple syrup

Start by making your simple syrup with 1 cup sugar and 1 cup water. Bring to a boil, then pour in a container to chill in refrigerator (i do this the day before). When creating the drink, I first muddle the 1 and 1/2 strawberries with a muddler in a shaker. Then I add 2 oz of Makers Mark, 1 oz of Peach Schnapps, 1 oz lemon juice, and 1 oz simple syrup to the shaker, then add ice in the shaker, and shake up for 15-20 seconds. Pour into a high ball glass

Garnish: Strawberry, orange, lime, lemon, pineapple chunk, and fresh cherry. I slice a strawberry in half and leave the top leaves and stem attached, then slice a small slit into the bottom of the strawberry half. One slice of orange, with a slit in the middle. One lime and lemon wedge with a slit in the middle. One pineapple chunk with a slit in bottom. Place all of these on the side of the glass where it is. Place one fresh cherry on the top of the glass.

Brittani-Evans-Oakland
Black Restaurant Week
Author: Black Restaurant Week

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