Subiaco Christmas Cocktail Crawl
What is the best way to have a holly, jolly Christmas? Cocktails, of course. And nothing says, ”Tis the season’ like enjoying a festive tipple with these Christmas-inspired cocktails at Subiaco bars and restaurants.
Little Things Gin
Aqua-fablova: Little Things Gin’s Christmas Cocktail is a take on a Christmas classic, mum’s pavlova. This sweet and silky smooth mix includes Australian dry gin, mixed berry preserve, vanilla, merengue and soda.
Berry Christmas Martini: Martinis are the perfect way to celebrate! Accent Cafe’s refreshing cocktail is mixed with vodka, Chambord, Lemoncello, Grenadine and club soda and is sure to make your Christmas both holly and jolly.
Amelie’s White Christmas Margarita: Bar Amelie is bringing everyone’s favourite drink to the Christmas festivities. Their White Christmas Margarita includes tequila, cointreau, coconut milk, agave, and lime juice, shaken and served over ice, finished with fresh cranberries and a coconut and salt rim.
Amelie’s Raspberry Christmas Bellini: Bright, bubbly, and beautiful. Bar Amelie’s Raspberry Christmas Bellini includes homemade fresh raspberry syrup with a hint of star anise spiced sugar syrup and is topped with prosecco.
Basil & Jalapeño Margarita: With layers of taste, this Christmas margarita is sure to tickle any tequila enthusiast’s fancy. Refreshing and perfect for a hot Australian Christmas, Bark’s cocktail is a jalapeño infused tequila and fresh basil Tommy’s margarita.
Pavettone: Classic Christmas flavours shine through Dilly Dally’s cocktail. Incorporating elements from Christmas desserts worldwide, think Christmas pudding, pavlova, and panettone, the Pavettone cocktail is made with Four pillars Christmas gin, 23rd Street Distillery Not Your Nanna’s Brandy, Alpe Amaro, egg white, lemon, spiced cranberry and dehydrated panettone. Gluten-free option available (without the panettone).
El Peruvian Food Co
Watermelon & Mint Pisco Sour: A slightly sweet and citrus-sour sensation. El Peruvian’s Christmas cocktail is a take on a pisco sour, a traditional Peruvian cocktail made of Pisco, combined with the flavours of an Australian Christmas, watermelon and mint to create a delicious summery cocktail.
Horchata Eggnog: So long boring eggnog. La Condesa’s spiked horchata includes reposado tequila, house-made horchata, coconut, frangelico, salted caramel, agave and walnut bitters.
Drunken Snowman: There’s nothing like a Drunken Snowman to get you into the festive spirit. Lums’ Christmas cocktail contains creme de casis, traditional method sparkling wine and sorbet.
The Grinch: Even if you aren’t a Grinch around the Christmas period, you’ll love Subi Hotel’s Dr Seuss-inspired cocktail, made with Midori, Pampero Blanco, lemon juice, lime juice, and lemonade.
The Unicorn Bar
Salted Rhubarb: A sweet and salty treat. The Unicorn Bar’s Christmas cocktail is rum-based, with a sweet tarty rhubarb liqueur rimmed with salt to balance the sweet and tarty flavours.