Number 11 Cocktail by Agostiono Perrone and Giorgio Bargiani from The Connaught Bar
The ‘Number 11’ features the bar’s own gin which is created and bottled in house, vodka, Amalfi lemon oil, wine distillate and all five bitters (cardamom, tonka, ginseng and bergamot, lavender and coriander seeds).
This cocktail is served with a hand cut half diamond rock of ice, in a stunning coup. Each coup has been hand painted by the bar team with five colours to represent the five bitters used.
This painterly effect and the name of the drink are inspired by Jackson Pollock who used to number his masterpieces.
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30 ml Grey Goose Vodka
45 ml Connaught Bar Gin
15 ml Martini Ambrato Amalfi Lemon Oil
5 bitters distillate (Cardamom, Tonka, Ginseng and Bergamot, Lavender, Coriander Seeds)
10 ml Wine distillate
Aerate all ingredients
Strain into painted coupe over an ice diamond
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20ml fresh lemon juice
15ml raspberry syrup (homemade, if possible)
15ml egg white (approx. ½ white of a large egg)
Put the egg white to the shaker. Dry-shake hard without ice to make a froth
Pour the rest of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice cubes
Shake vigorously (more than normal to properly mix the egg with the rest)