Bella Coola pink cocktail recipe

Thomas J. Story

AuthorRosemary West
For a refreshing, nonalcoholic cocktail, Lulu’s beverage director, Rosemary West, combines a botanical spirit with fresh, bright citrus flavors. “This cocktail is named Bella Coola after the Bella Coola River because Riverine botanicals are sourced from the Pacific Northwest,” West says.
 
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How to Make It

1

Fill a shaker with ice. Add Riverine, lime juice, simple syrup, orange juice, and shrub.

2

Shake gently and strain into a coupe glass.

3

Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint.

Ingredients

 2 oz AMASS Riverine
 1 oz lime juice
 ½ oz simple syrup
 ½ oz blood-orange juice
  oz Broken Clock Vinegar Works Lemon & Mint Shrub
 1 mint sprig, for garnish

Directions

1

Fill a shaker with ice. Add Riverine, lime juice, simple syrup, orange juice, and shrub.

2

Shake gently and strain into a coupe glass.

3

Garnish with a sprig of fresh mint.

Bella Coola

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