September 24, 2018 Slideshows » Food & Drink

Brooklyn's on Boulder previews fall menu 

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Check out these fall specials created by the team at Brooklyn's on Boulder.
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Griffin Swartzell
Bar manager Carlos Garcia's Matcha Man is a Tom Collins play, made with Navy-strength gin to stand up to the matcha syrup's strong flavor. Alpine liqueur adds a floral kick. It's somewhat heavy but cleans up quickly for a refreshing finish.
Griffin Swartzell
Robin Jones is the team's newest bartender. The Mamma Jamma gets its velvety texture from apricot jam and egg. There's a nice shift from fruity to a bitter finish, courtesy Angostura bitters, that travels through baking spice notes on the way.
Griffin Swartzell
The evolving cocktail starts out as a sweet martini, but an ice cube full of orange bitters and dry vermouth slowly turns it into a more complex Bronx as the drinker sips and swirls.
Griffin Swartzell
The Trial and Error is bartender Philip Taylor's offering for Old Fashioned fans. A fresh sage leaf leads the nose, but barrel stave and cocoa gins, with aromatic and orange bitters to finish, make it taste like a brown liquor drink.
Griffin Swartzell
Brooklyn's has introduced a list of vintage recipe cocktails, made to historical specifications. Ada Coleman's original recipe for the Hanky Panky comes from the Savory hotel, and its mix of gin, sweet vermouth and fernet is a bitter but balanced sip of cocktail history.
Griffin Swartzell
The Dear, I Miss You is all punchline, a mix of alpine, coffee and vanilla liqueurs with demerara syrup and heavy cream, tasting like, well, tiramisu.
Griffin Swartzell
Ian Lee's made his own contributions to the cocktail menu this go-around. The Jour Bremeux is a play on a Foggy Day, a strong mix of gin, absinthe and orange bitters.
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Griffin Swartzell
Bar manager Carlos Garcia's Matcha Man is a Tom Collins play, made with Navy-strength gin to stand up to the matcha syrup's strong flavor. Alpine liqueur adds a floral kick. It's somewhat heavy but cleans up quickly for a refreshing finish.

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