The title might look a bit ironical with respect to the ongoing season. The rainy season has set in already with the summers gone. Ice stick cocktails are usually associated with the summers.
But guess what!
CRB Tech reviews is going to give you a few stick cocktail suggestions, for this monsoon season. So, check them out….
1. Chocolate Jameson Golarita:
The icy golas get a Jameson boost in this drink. The chocolate-flavored gola has ice lollies dipped in whisky. Golas have been a most loved among Mumbaikars for a very long time. These days, even barkeeps are interested in trying different things with cocktails thus needed to bring an old most loved to the masses remarkably this is what bartender Jack Jagwan has to say.
Place: True Tramm Trunk, VL Mehta Road, JVPD, Juhu.
Time: 6.30 pm to 1.30 am.
Champagne never looked as alluring as it does in Swey’s LollyTa. The drink consists of champagne with sweet and sour blend and an ice lolly stirrer – as it melts, it changes into a mimosa. The cocktail has been made by the bar team of Su Kumar and Joaquim Fernandes. We purposefully played with champagne to add a component of amusing to the celebratory drink. Ice lollies are substantial on nostalgia, blending them with liquor makes them genuine fun for an adult individual, is what they say.
Place: Atria Mall, Worli.
Time: 6 pm to 1.30 am
3. Kala Khatta:
This drink has kala khatta, vodka, rock salt and lime juice. Kala Khatta is the universally adored flavor. We chose to add a twist of vodka to it. It is chatpata and tangy. It is anything but difficult to make and can likewise be made for house parties. This is the gist of what beverage head Shailesh Gawde had to say.
Place: Pravas Gujarati Kitchen & Bar, Kamala Mills, Lower Parel.
Time: 12 pm to 3 pm; 7 pm to 11.45 pm
4. Pina Colada:
At 212 All Good, you can taste fresh fruit popsicles – they are 100% vegan, and made utilizing the freshest seasonal deliver. Cocktails on-a-stick make for a fun loving inclusion to our menu. Consider it a cocktail that never warms up is what Tanai Shirali, chief of operations, Bellona Hospitality Services has to express.
Pina Colada is their frozen take of the exemplary cocktail. The popsicle has coconut drain, pineapple and a pinch of vanilla added to it.
Place: High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel.
Time: 9 am to 11.30 pm
5. Kiss on the lips:
A strawberry popsicle presented with vodka, peach alcohol and sweet mango panna.
Place: Light House Café, Worli.
So, head out to these hangouts and enjoy the stick based cocktails this monsoon season. Check out the CRB Tech reviews space for such interesting blogs.