It’s FriYAY (!) and this week’s cocktail is a tasty tipple, 339 Julip, the signature cocktail of Spring, with American whiskey, bursts of caramel and a hint of spice.
Not just catering for the ladies when it comes to sipping in style; a sophisticated cocktail and spirit selection is on offer at Primus Hotel Sydney’s perfect Gentlemen’s Club, including the ‘Godfather’ cocktail made with Amaretto and American Whisky and our Friday Cocktail, the ‘339 Julip, encompassing American Whisky, yuzu juice, agave nectar, lemon and mint.
60 ml *American Whiskey
20 ml yuzu juice
15 ml agave nectar
2 slices of lemon
2 sprigs of mint
Shake 60 ml of American Whiskey with 20 ml of yuzu juice, 2 slices of lemon, 2 sprigs of mint and 15 ml of agave nectar with ice
Served in a pre-chilled glass filled with crushed ice. Squeeze lemon zest to sprinkle lemon oil on top of the glass. Garnish with lemon peel and mint
Taste note: Citrus, mint and caramel on the nose with a hint of spice
Refreshing mint with toasted spice and butterscotch on palate with a kick of citrus
Afternoon Tea at the perfect Gentlemen’s Club
Primus Hotel Sydney has introduced an afternoon experience to appeal to its discerning male guests.
Disregarding the customary sweet delicacies and dainty sandwiches, the no-nonsense high tea menu offers a gastronomic array of savoury favourites.
Whether it’s a novel way to impress clients at a meeting or a new location other than the neighbourhood watering hole to catch up with friends, The G’N’ Tea, served in the hotel’s soaring Art Deco lobby is sure to impress.
Served beneath the hotel’s eight-metre high marble columns and sweeping glass sky-well, guests are reverted to an era of 1930’s theatrical glamour.
Available every day from 3pm-5pm, prices start at $45 with the option to include a glass of Chandon or beer for $55 or a flute of Veuve Clicquot or cocktail for $65.
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