Landlord

Landlord is a cocktail by Rose Simard, inspired by Boris Pintado artwork at romeo's museum.
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Landlord is a cocktail by Rose Simard, inspired by Boris Pintado artwork at romeo’s museum.

Inspiration for the cocktail : Boris Pintado’s artwork shows a part of the building that isn’t apparent when looking at it from afar or from inside. I interpreted the painting as being the building’s roots. The gentian liqueur is made by macerating and distilling of the plant’s roots. It also gives the cocktail a golden touch, reminiscent of the delicate golden elements of the mural.

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Ingredients

  • 2 oz of romeo’s gin
  • ½ oz of Oloroso sherry, Lustau
  • ½ oz of gentian liquor, Avèze
  • 2 dashes of chamomile tincture
  • 2 bar spoons of Cerignola olive brine
  • Garnish : 1 Cerignola olive

Accessories

  • Mixing glass
  • Bar spoon
  • Cocktail coupe
  • Cocktail strainer
  • Ice cubes

Preparation

  • Combine all the ingredients in the mixing glass
  • Add ice cubes and stir with the bar spoon
  • Strain into a chilled cocktail coupe
  • Garnish with a Cerignola olive

Inspired by

Landlord – romeo’S museum

By Boris Pintado

Learn more about Landlord by Boris Pintado, a mural artwork at the romeo’s museum in Montreal. The emergency stairs, a void crossing the bowels of the building. This same building is placed on a pedestal also revealing metaphorical entrails. The building is the present and symbolizes the human desire for sustainability. Durability that will, in turn, relegated to the depths: thin layer of time buried inside.

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