Wind of Change

Inspired by Mateo‘s art
created by Alana Nogueda
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  • ½ oz of romeo’s gin
  • ½ oz of Wray & Nephew Over Proof Rum
  • ½ oz of fresh orange juice
  • 1 oz of fresh lemon juice
  • ½ oz of Prosyro Ruby Fassionola syrup
  • ½ oz of Prosyro Falernum syrup
  • 4 dashes of Ms. Better’s Bitters aromatic bitters
  • 4 drops of Pernod Ricard
  • Garnishes: orange wheel and fresh mint

You will need

  • Shaker
  • Strainer
  • Cocktail sieve
  • Jigger
  • Highball glass


  • Put all the ingredients in a shaker, filled with ice. Shake vigorously.
  • Double strain into a Highball glass, on new ice.
  • Garnish with an orange slice and a mint sprig.
One Last Fling is a romeo's gin cocktail, created by Christina Veira, Spirits Educator, inspired by Risk's artwork at Yorkville Murals.

Alana Nogueda

“I see a strong woman with her scarf blowing. This world is full of negative and I see her empowering the positive, and the future of the Wind of Change. “


Mathieu Bories, aka Mateo or Bobo, is a visual street artist born in France in 1985. He questions the perception of the world which surrounds us and the impact of traditions on our Western societies. His humanistic approach proposes to reconnect with fundamental inspirations by building a bridge to our deep origins and the romanticism erased from our contemporary way of life. Traditional patterns travel souvenirs, symbols, and forgotten images are all part of the raw materials that compose the personal monolog of the soul, the one in search of timeless knowledge.

After completing a master’s degree in art in Toulouse, Mateo heads to Montreal in 2008 to work as a graphic designer. He then takes off for a long trip all around South America where he, still to this day, paints murals whenever he has the chance to visit. Mateo heads back to Montreal after his inspirational South American trip and decides to entirely devote himself to the world of art. Between the studio and the streets, he creates artworks that are largely influenced by the Street Art movement with many materials at his fingertips.