The Roraima cocktail comes to us from Peru

Jesús, a Venezuelan bartender based in Peru and passionate about cocktail making surprises us with this delicious cocktail

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Jesús, a Venezuelan bartender based in Peru and passionate about cocktail making surprises us with this delicious cocktail

The real privilege is being able to do what you are passionate about while you are working…Jesús Giménez is very aware of this!
This is the great “Roraima” he prepared for us using Caribbean rums and fruits of the forest syrup combined with chestnuts

soaked in pineapple syrup.
Our mouth is watering!

1oz @rondiplomatico_es
1oz Myer’s
3/4 Falernum
1 oz of lemon juice
2 oz of pineapple juice
1/2 oz triple sec
1 oz Sake
3/4 oz @sanzcocktails Fruits of the Forest 
Syrup

 

 

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