Colorful sour cocktail

Brocarts

Brocarts is a romeo's gin cocktail created by Vincent Lavoie, amateur mixologist, inspired by the art of Annie Hamel at the romeo's Museum.

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THIS COCKTAIL IS:

Inspiration for the cocktail : I wanted to get inspired by the natural flavors of romeo’s, especially cucumber, and of gin fizz to create this cocktail. I loved the color of the mural and it is the hue that I wanted to recreate with my homemade syrup.

Social networks :  @vincent.f.lavoie

Top 3 of his favorite gin cocktails : Gin Tonic, Ramos Gin Fizz, Negroni

Ingredients

  • 1 ½ oz of romeo’s gin
  • ¾ oz of of lemon juice
  • 1 egg white
  • ¾ oz of homemade syrup (white sugar, two teaspoons of butterfly pea flower, macerated in lemon juice for 12 hours, then infused with a cucumber slice for 15 minutes)
  • Sparkling water
  • Garnish : edible flowers

Accessories

  • Shaker
  • Ice cubes
  • Strainer
  • Cocktail coupe

Preparation

  • Shake all the ingredients except the garnish
  • Strain into the coupe glass
  • Top with sparkling water
  • Garnish with edible flowers

Inspired by

BROCARTS – ROMEO’S MUSEUM

By Annie Hamel

Discover Brocarts, mural artwork by Annie Hamel at romeo’s museum! This work deals with the world of girls and preteens: in a setting created from scratch, it gives a childan aura of icon and raises questions about the predetermined expression of genres, images adopted by young girls and their relationship to aesthetic constraints or freely chosen.

Discover Brocarts, mural artwork by Annie Hamel at romeo's museum!
Meet Vincent Lavoie, an amateur mixologist who created a cocktail for romeo's gin at romeo's museum!

Vincent Lavoie

Meet Vincent Lavoie, an amateur mixologist who created a cocktail for romeo’s gin at romeo’s museum!

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romeo’s gin

A spirit curated for the non-conformists. A blend of juniper, cucumber, dill, lavender, almond and lemon. Discover cocktail creations with this spirit.