This is a variation on a pomegranate martini in which we let the smoke play well with the pomegranate juice and citrus notes.
A take on a Negroni replacing vermouth with Lillet and Campari with Aperol to allow the delicate notes of Kimo Sabe shine.
A variation on the gold rush cocktail with ginger juice added to it. The notes from the angostura bitters as a float create a more spice forward profile to build way for the smoke in Kimo Sabe
In style a variation on an old fashioned. The coffee and Ancho Reyes create a memory of spiced coffee that allows for the smoke in Kimo Sabe to play on the palate
A margarita variation with cucumber juice to produce a lighter cocktail, which enhances the smoky notes of Kimo Sabe while maintaining the refreshing aspect of the cucumber and citrus notes
This is a variation of an Old Fashioned. A good way to bring some of the whiskey drinkers who is not into the overly smoky styles of whiskey into a bit of smoke in their beverage.
A variation on a highball cocktail that plays with two ingredients common to Mexican cuisine, pomegranate and tamarind.
An herbal and floral yet sweet and delicate cocktail. The notes of lemongrass bring out some of the lighter style notes in Kimo Sabe
With how predominant IPAs have become, this variation of a Paloma brings out some of the grapefruit notes of IPAs while enhancing the smoky notes of Kimo Sabe.
A way to showcase how Kimo Sabe can be used in many classic cocktails such as the Mojito & the way it blends well when brings fruit into a cocktail. Using the fruit forward qualities of the drink to pave the way for layers of flavor.
*For the Spicy Kimo Margarita muddle in 2-3 slices of serrano chili.