The social mingling part of Happy Hour is now being enjoyed virtually.
For the drinks, of course, there is no virtual option. Two businesses have stepped into the breach here, and are sharing their recipes.
The Martini is a classic and in the hands of Tommy Bahama, it gets an island twist. The Grapefruit Basil Martini is crisp, bright and refreshing. Best of all, it requires only a few key ingredients that are easily accessible and can have you shaking them all up like a master mixologist in no time. Simply muddle simple syrup and one basil leaf in a shaker. Add ice, vodka and grapefruit juice then shake. Pour into a Martini glass, garnish with a basil leaf and voila! You’ve crated the Tommy Bahama Grapefruit Basil Martini like a pro! —Tommy Bahama Marlin Bar
- 2.25 parts Grey Goose Vodka
- 1.50 parts fresh grapefruit juice
- 0.75 parts simple syrup
- 2 fresh basil leaves
Muddle simple syrup and 1 basil leaf gently in shaker to avoid breaking.
Add Grey Goose, fresh grapefruit juice and ice to shaker.
Shake 2 times and strain into martini glass.
Garnish with 1 basil leaf.
With events cancelled and celebrations taking place in people’s living rooms, we wanted to keep their spirits high and their drinks higher. Let’s continue our Cinco de Mayo festivities at home! IZO Agave Spirits (classic, tart and subtly smoky) shares our famous MargarIZO recipe with a few simple ingredients! — Gaston Martinez, founder and CEO of IZO, which sustainably produces a collection of premium, handcrafted agave spirits according to centuries of tradition in the heart of Durango, Mexico
- 2oz. IZO Mezcal
- 1 Lime, Juiced
- 1/2 oz. Triple Sec
Salt the rim.
Garnish with lime.