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on the road – The Sentinel

So, I’m three weeks into a photography major at ECU which has put a bit of a dampener on my drinks photography hobby. (I have old photos here: flickr and some new photos here: behance)

On an invitation from their manager, Lowri, this week I managed to slip in a quick visit to The Sentinel Bar & Grill. It’s on the corner of a busy intersection in the Perth CBD. Their bar manager even brought in a pretty cup that his mother has had since she was 19! He used it for the ‘Johnny Appleseed’.

See their website here: link


house martini: Brokers London Dry gin, Dolin Dry, orange twist


Power of Three: Cynar, Lillet blanc, Brokers London Dry gin, orange twist


Johnny Appleseed: Berneroy Calvados, Licor 43, Fee Bros Old Fashioned Aromatic Bitters, cinnamon and vanilla pear puree, lemon juice, apple juice, egg white

The Humbug: The Kraken Black Spiced Rum, Bittermen’s Burlesque Bitters, maple syrup, lemon juice, apple juice, egg white, Mythe Absinthe rinse

My bartender for the afternoon, Luke.

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pineapple sazerac

We’ve been messing around with shrubs at home recently, (this link really got us started: how to shrub), so we’ve been working on a couple of batches at home… but then the pineapple/sugar syrup was so delicious we couldn’t wait. This drink is a variation on a sazerac , replacing sugar with our pineapple syrup, and the absinthe rinse with Jagermeister. We also added a tiny dash of rhubarb bitters.

Yet another damn fine cup.

Bakers 7yo Bourbon, Jagermeister, Fee Bros Rhubarb Bitters, Peyhauds Bitters, homemade pineapple syrup.

boozeinprettycups on the road – Helvetica

Helvetica Bar is another venue that opened with the first wave of
Small Bar licence approvals.
They’ve recently been named an Ardbeg Embassy (link). A few collectors amongst the staff meant we had a lot of pretty cups to choose from.
(Special thanks to Jason Millhahn).

Once again, bartenders choice featuring current drink list items.

Howards Rusty Nail: Talisker 10 year old, Marie Brizard cacao blanc,
Limeburners whisky liqueur, served with salted fudge.

Ardbeg Lord of the Isles

Penicillin: Compass Box Asyla, lemon juice, homemade honey & ginger syrup,
Laphroaig 10 year old float, served with crystallised ginger.

Barrel Aged Bobby Burns: Famous Grouse, Dubbonet, Dom Benedictine,
Fee Orange Bitters, port barrel aged.

Our bartender for the afternoon, Javla Fitzgibbon.

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