Tmk Cocktail

Bar Business Magazine Features Trademark In Hibisco Disco

2oz Ilegal Mezcal
3/4 oz Cherry Hibiscus Syrup
3/4 oz Lime Spritz
Orange Flower Water

To make Cherry Hibiscus Syrup, steep Hibiscus Tea in simple syrup overnight
(longer for a sweeter flavor). Mix with an equal amount of Cherry Heering. To make the cocktail, combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake, then strain into a Nick & Nora glass. Decorate with edible flowers and glitter!


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Uproxx Refinery

Uproxx Features Refinery Rooftop in Bartenders Tell Us Which Cocktails They Drink After Long Summer Shifts

Alli Torres at Refinery Rooftop in New York City “I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again…Aperol Spritz. It’s the most refreshing drink to unwind with after a grueling shift. Plus, I work at a busy midtown rooftop — by the end of service, there’s nothing more satisfying.”


View full article Here. Features Refinery Rooftop in 17 Ways Restaurants Are Promoting The Fourth of July

Refinery Rooftop: This New York City rooftop restaurant is offering 5 dishes for $14 each on the holiday. Shrimp, Scallop and Corn Ceviche, Pork Belly Sliders with a Spicy Apricot Glaze, Lobster Cakes with Lemon Dill Aioli, Duck Tacos with Mango Salsa and Watermelon, Feta, Mint and Watercress Salad.


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The Manual Features Trademark Taste + Grind in It’s Time to Take Moonshine Seriously

Of course, many spirits now called “moonshine” are neither illegal nor untaxed. In modern parlance, moonshine tends to refer primarily to whiskies and whiskey-adjacent libations. Specifically, moonshine is “whiskey that has never seen the inside of a barrel.  It’s whiskey in its purest form,” says head bartender Mariel Burns of Trademark Taste & Grind in New York City, who works with moonshine on a regular basis. For these reasons, “moonshine” is frequently referred to as “white whiskey.”


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