Encanto Pisco’s floral, citrus spice notes say “Yellow” to Beringer Moscato’s notes of honeysuckle, showcaseing sweet flavors of juicy stone fruit, honeydew melon, Fuji apple and ripe pears. St Germain and Meyer lemon highlight each base spirit. This little pisco sour is then laced with a daring medley of Earl Gray spice, wild blackberry and lavender syrup that wakes up your senses to something new, different, and full of intrigue,”Why Hello There…”
- 1.5 oz Encanto Pisco
- 3/4 oz St. Germain
- 3/4 oz Beringer Moscato 2011
- 3/4 oz Lavender, Earl Gray, Blackberry Syrup
- 1 oz Meyer lemon Juice
- 1 oz egg white
Pour Beringer Moscato into a chilled coupe glass. Combine the rest of the ingredients into a shaker. Shake the bejesus out of it. Add ice then shake again. Fine strain into Riedel Ouverture glass. Garnish with a twist of lemon.
Lavender, Earl Gray, Blackberry Honey Syrup
- 2 Earl Gray Tea Bags
- 1 cup Branches Blackberry Honey
- 1 teaspoon dried lavender
Steep two earl gray tea bags in two cups of boiling water for five minutes. Remove tea bags and place tea in a sauce pan. Add one cup blackberry honey. Turn on heat and let simmer for five minutes. Add one teaspoon dried lavender and let the liquid simmer for another five minutes. Fine strain syrup, let cool and place in an airtight container.