The Harold Holt
Yes. That’s what we called it. If the country can name a swimming pool after a man who disappeared at sea we can name a cocktail after him. When you approach the glass you are greeted with the sushi train trundle of the nori seaweed garnish. The first sip is the overwhelmingly petulant gentian kick of the Suze, the middle palate is the joyful cherry blossom waft of the Manchino Sakura, and it’s all connected, ingeniously, with the saline fruit whack of Archie Rose Summer Gin Project: Coast. Bravo.
- 30ml Summer Gin Project: Coast
- 30ml Mancino Sakura Vermouth
- 30ml Suze
Stir the three ingredients over ice, strain over a large ice cube, garnish with some nori.
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