Hog Island Oyster Co. Punch Drunk & Bitter

Saul Ranella of Hog Island Oyster Company in San Francisco making cocktails, The Taste SF
Saul Ranella of Hog Island Oyster Company in San Francisco double straining the punch drunk bitter cocktail with St George Gin, The Taste SF

 

We’re continuing our Summer Cocktail Series with Hog Island Oyster Co. this week. We love this Hog Island gin cocktail from Saul that’s garnished with brandied cherries and tarragon. Something that we love about Hog Island is that they support our Bay Area artisans by using local ingredients like St. George Spirits Bruto Americano and Terroir Gin, along with and tarragon from the CUESA Farmers Market. St. George Terroir gin is the more earthy and intense of St. George’s gins–the perfect match for tarragon. Check out our Sloe Gin Punch cocktail using St. George’s vodka.

 

Saul Ranella of Hog Island Oyster Company in San Francisco double straining the punch drunk bitter cocktail with St George Gin and soda water, The Taste SF
Saul Ranella of Hog Island Oyster Company in San Francisco garnishing the punch drunk bitter cocktail with brandy cherries and tarragon, The Taste SF
Saul Ranella of Hog Island Oyster Company in San Francisco double straining the punch drunk bitter summer cocktail , The Taste SFSaul Ranella of Hog Island Oyster Company in San Francisco's punch drunk bitter cocktail with St George Gin and St. George Bruto Americano , The Taste SF
Punch Drunk and Bitter
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Ingredients
  • .75 oz St. George Terrior Gin
  • .75 oz St. George Bruto Americano
  • .75 oz Contratto Americano
  • .75 oz Encanto Pineapple Cordial
  • .75 oz Lemon juice
  • 1 Spring of Tarragon
  • 2 Lemon Wheels
  • 2-3 Brandy Cherries on a stick
Instructions
  1. Shake the gin, Bruto Americano, Contralto Americano, Pineapple Cordial, and lemon in a cocktail shaker.
  2. Double strain it into a pint glass filled with ice.
  3. Top with soda water.
  4. Garnish with a spring of tarragon, lemon wheels, and cherries.
Notes
If you cannot find brandied cherries, we suggest Luxardo cherries.

Don’t miss the previous cocktail in our Summer Cocktail Series, the Sacred Cenote, Marshall Margarita, or any of the other upcoming cocktails! Check back weekly or sign up below to get the them sent directly to your inbox.

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