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Moreton Bay summer cocktail recipes

Posted: 4pm 05 May 2020

Summer holiday's are for relaxing with friends and family, enjoying the longer days and treating yourself to a drink or two!

Mon Komo Hotel has released the recipes for two of their signature cocktails just in time for the summer holidays.

If you're looking for the perfect summer destination to catch up with friends, look no further than the Mon Komo Hotel.

Stocking a range of international and local wines, beers on tap and a full range of spirits for all the cocktails you could dream of, you could spend many an hour chatting with mates while enjoying views of the stunning water views of Moreton Bay.

The inviting atmosphere of live music, lounge and sofa seating, stand-up tables and incredible views make it the perfect location for catching up with friends and family alike.

Try one of Mon Komo's Signature Cocktails

Tortola Passion:

This fruity cocktail is a passion fruit seduction

Ingredients:

  • Bombay Gin 45ml
  • Pavan 15ml
  • Lemon juice 30ml
  • Gomme 15ml
  • Passion fruit pulp 15ml
  • Egg white 1ea

Method:

  • Prep your cocktail glass
  • Add ingredients to shaker and shake to chill and aerate

Garnish:

  • Rim your glass with passion fruit pulp then sugar
  • Add ice
  • Passion fruit pulp pattern on top

Violet Martini:

With floral and botanical flavours the Violet martini is an easy drinking cocktail.

Ingredients:

  • Hendricks Gin 30ml
  • Smirnoff Red 30ml
  • Violet Syrup 30ml
  • Lime juice 15ml

Method:

Add all ingredients to shaker and shake to chill. Double strain into chilled glass.

Garnish:

  • 3 x flowers floating centrally
  • Straw on outside


To try these cocktails for yourself, head to Mon Komo Hotel this summer. Located on Redcliffe Parade, open 7 Days from 6:30am to late.

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