2019 Global Challenge Highlights
HOW IT WORKS
The Marie Brizard Toast to HERStory dedicated microsite opens on May 1st. This competition invites bartenders to submit their carefully crafted cocktails, utilizing Marie Brizard flavors, and their HER inspired cocktails.
Cocktail entries must be submitted starting May 1, 2021 at 12am eastern standard time and ends at 11:59pm June 5th, 2021 eastern standard time.
THE TOP 25
On June 7th, the final twenty-five (25) cocktails will be announced.
The top twenty-five (25) bartenders will be required to submit a video of themselves creating their HER inspired cocktail by June 21st for Dale DeGroff & Julie Reiner to review.
Dale & Julie will review the video presentations and the final ten (10) bartenders will be invited to showcase their HER inspired cocktail during an exclusive Zoom event on June 28th where one (1) overall winner will be selected!
FINALS & PRIZES
After the five (5) weeks of the competition are over, the top twenty-five (25) cocktails will be selected on June 7th. Each of the twenty-five (25) finalists will win a signed cocktail book by Dale DeGroff & Julie Reiner.
The twenty-five (25) bartenders will be asked to submit a video of themselves creating their cocktail by June 21st. Dale & Julie will review the videos and select the top ten (10) cocktails. Each of the ten (10) finalists will receive a $100 Venmo payment.
The final ten (10) bartenders will be invited to showcase their HER inspired cocktails on June 28th during an exclusive Zoom event. Dale & Julie will be live from the Clover Club in Brooklyn recreating the cocktails while each bartender presents their drink.
VIRTUAL FINAL WINNER
One (1) overall winner will win an opportunity to showcase and present their HER inspired cocktail presentation at the 2022 Marie Brizard Global Challenge, in Bordeaux, France! This is a once in a lifetime educational experience!
In addition to the grand prize, the winning cocktail will be featured in an article on chilledmagazine.com and Marie Brizard’s new Cocktail Book, along with a cash prize of $ 1,000!
About the Marie Brizard Global Challenge
The international Bartender Contest will be held in Bordeaux, France November 2022.
In its 35th year, it’s a historical brand event since 1886.
The Winner of the Toast to HERStory competition presented by Chilled Media, will advance to the Global Finals.
Your entries will be judged by the following criteria:
Name of Cocktail
HER Story Inspiration
Balance of Flavor/Aroma/Character
Julie Reiner has been elevating the cocktail scene in NYC for fifteen years, most notably with the opening of the Flatiron Lounge (2003), the Pegu Club (2005), And Brooklyn’s Clover Club (2008) and her consulting company, Mixtress Consulting, which helps to create top-notch beverage programs and cocktails for restaurants, bars, resorts, and spirits companies.
In 2009, Clover Club was honored with the award for “Best New Cocktail Lounge in the World” at Tales of the Cocktail in 2013, took home the award for “Best American Cocktail Bar”, “Best High-Volume Bar”, and Julie was personally awarded “Best Bar Mentor”. Clover Club has also been listed in Drinks Internationals 50 best bars in the world.
In 2015, Julie opened Leyenda, a pan-Latin bar and restaurant with Ivy Mix, a long-time bartender at Clover Club. Leyenda celebrates spirits and imbibing traditions from across the Spanish-speaking world and beyond. The drinks are complemented by authentic fare by Chef Sue Torres, a noted Latin culinary authority.
Known as the King of Cocktails, and a leading trainer and sought-after authority in the beverage industry, DeGroff is a founding partner of the award-winning Beverage Alcohol Resource (BAR), a partnership of six of the world’s leading spirits and cocktails authorities who provide training and credentialing in distilled spirits and mixology.
Author of two best-selling cocktail books: The Essential Cocktail (Random House), winner of the 2009 Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Award, And The Craft of the Cocktail (Random House), DeGroff recently won the 2019 Wine Enthusiast Magazine Legends Award, and the 2019 VIBE Industry Innovator Award. Dale also recently released his new book The New Craft of the Cocktail in September of 2020.
- The cocktail creation must include a minimum of 30 ml or 1 oz of Marie Brizard ® Products (Liqueur)
- Contestants must use a Marie Brizard ® product sold in the U.S.
- The cocktail creation shall contain no other competitors’ liqueurs and syrup brands.
- The cocktail creation shall contain no more than 5 ingredients – Excluding garnish, sprays, and zests.
- Cocktail recipe using widely available ingredients, commonly used on bars, are preferred.
- Cocktail recipe including a “homemade ingredient” can be used but the recipe of the “homemade ingredient” must be included. Please consider that an easily “homemade ingredient” is preferred.
- Hot cocktails and shooters are not permitted.
- Cocktail names using rude, lurid, sexual words or associated with narcotics or engine vehicles is not permitted.
*Not following the rules could result in score deductions or disqualification*
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Enter the Toast to HERStory contest by submitting your original cocktail recipe using Marie Brizard as a base along with an image and your inspiration. Bartenders are allowed to submit multiple recipes.
Make sure to take a look at our contest rules before entering!
Recipe by James Starbird
- 2 oz Johnny Walker Black
- .5 oz Bourbon
- .5 oz Marie Brizzard Creme de Menthe
- 1 barspoon Fernet Branca
Stir all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled coupe.
Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookie
This was inspired by the 'High Society' cocktail, and our favorite bartender at our local tavern, Michelle. Michelle once told me once that she used to love stingers when she was younger. She got me messing around with Stingers and other Creme de Menthe cocktails and led to the development of this drink
Recipe by Sérgio Paschoal Senopoli
- 60ml arak el rif
- 30ml marrie brizzard parfait Amour
- 25ml strawberry shrub
- 2 dashes of Orange bitter
- 120ml of whole milk
Mix all ingredients with the exception of milk
Put the milk in a mixing Glass and slowly pour the mixture. Pt aside for a few minutes.
When the milk curd, strain through a paper filter
Serve in a long glass
50gr refined sugar
20ml white wine vinegar
½ bar spoon of citric acid
½gram of salt
Mix water and sugar over low heat, stirring until the ingredients are mixed
With the fire off, add vinegar, acid and salt
Macerate the strawberries in a sterile container with a lid, add the liquid and rest for 12 hours.
Filtering paper strain
Zest of Bahia Orange and Cherry
Tali Fahima (Arabic: طالي فحيمة, Hebrew: טלי פחימה); born 8 February 1976) is an Israeli from Algerian Jewish origin, pro-Palestinian activist who was convicted for her contacts with Zakaria Zubeidi, Jenin chief of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades. She describes her nationality as Palestinian. In June 2010, she converted to Islam at a mosque in Umm al-Fahm.
Tali Fahima sticker, 2005
Fahima was born in Kiryat Gat, a development town in the south of Israel, to a family of Algerian Jewish origin. She was one of three daughters born to Sarah Lahiani and Shimon Fahima. After her parents divorced, Fahima and her sisters were raised by their mother, who worked in a variety of jobs to support them. After completing her mandatory military service, Fahima moved to Tel Aviv and worked as a legal secretary. Until 2003 she was a Likud supporter; she then read an interview in which Zubeidi described his transformation from peace activist to wanted terrorist; intrigued, she found Zubeidi's phone number, and spoke with him several times. When she learned that Zubeidi was at the top of Israel's list of intended assassinations, she decided to travel to Jenin and live in his home as a human shield. She became involved in the Palestinian children's project in Jenin which featured in the film Arna's Children, along with Zubeidi before his imprisonment. She did not deny that she later met Zubeidi in Jenin a number of times, but she denied any involvement in armed activities. In March 2004 she stated that she was prepared to act as a human shield to protect Zubeidi. Both she and Zubeidi deny the allegation that they had a romantic relationship.
On 8 August 2004, Fahima was arrested, interrogated by security officials for one month and then placed under administrative detention for three months. She was indicted in December 2004 and charged with "assistance to the enemy at time of war". On 23 December 2005 she pleaded guilty to some less serious charges, admitting to maintaining contacts with a foreign agent with the intention of harming state security. She also admitted to passing information to the enemy, and to violating a legal order forbidding the entry of Israelis into Palestinian Authority-controlled territory. The most serious charges, aiding an enemy in time of war, supporting a terrorist organization and possession of weapons against her were dropped. She received a three-year prison sentence and a suspended sentence that would go into effect if she violated any order forbidding entry into closed military zones, leaving less than one year of prison time left to serve. Her first request for early release was denied, the Parole Board ruling on 13 September 2006, that she "acted in an insolent and rude manner toward prison guards".
She was released in early January 2007, a year earlier than her original sentence, for good conduct. She was banned from leaving the country, contacting foreign agents or entering the Palestinian-controlled areas in the West Bank
On 23 April 2007, Fahima participated in an alternative torch-lighting ceremony for Israeli Independence Day, where she lit a torch in honor of Zubeidi.
In June 2008, Zubaidi, confined to Jenin in an amnesty agreement requested permission to travel to Ramallah for an eye operation; leading Fahima to denounce him as a "whore of the Shin Bet security service."
Fahima lives in the Arab village Ar'ara in northern Israel, and works as a Hebrew teacher. In June 2010, she converted to Islam at a mosque in Umm al-Fahm.
A Daisy for You
Recipe by Mar Orozco Arango
- -1 oz Marie Brizard Apri
- -1.5 oz Scandalous One Cabernet Noir (Red Wine)
- -0.75 oz Goya Cocktail Passion Fruit Juice
- -0.75 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
- -1.5 oz Bruce Cost Ginger Ale unfiltered Jasmine Tea
- -1 Cinammon Stick
- - Fresh Spearmint
-Mix all the cocktail ingredients together, except the Ginger Ale, into a shaking tin.
-Add ice and shake vigorously.
-Strain using a Hawthorn strainer into a coup.
-Top off with Ginger Ale.
-Add the garnish.
Cinnammon & Spearmint
This cocktail is inspired by my grandmother, who embodied an elegant disregard for the strict societal rules of her time, while still being incredibly kind and compassionate. Margarita (Daisy in Spanish) was a pioneer; being one of the first women of her town to graduate from a university, and then continued to revolutionize her field of work by doing what she thought was right and not what anyone else told her to do. She treated everyone with a mixture of firmness and love, and was incredibly kind. She then went on to become one of those great women who stand behind a great man, without being overshadowed in any way. Her grace, stern guidance, compassion, and unusual sense of humor brought everyone’s attention to her constantly and is what I wish to convey in this cocktail, on top of the fact that she loved Marie Brizard liqueurs. It is simple, direct, sweet and, of course, delicious.
Recipe by Tim Weigel
- 1 whole muddled kiwi
- 1.5 oz grapefruit juice
- 1 oz Marie Brizard peach liqueur
- 1.5 oz Hendricks
Add all ingredients and muddle the kiwi. Shake all with ice and double strain into a stemmed flute. Garnish with peach slice and baby's breath flower garnish.
Peach slice adorned with baby's breath
My aunt Viola was an incredible woman and had a heart of gold. Whenever you entered the room, you could always pick her out as she would be wearing some dazzling clothes and blinged out in her fancy jewelry, hence the name of the cocktail, Voila Viola! Ever the gracious host, she would go out of her way to make sure you were always taken care of while at her house and always reminds me out what true hospitality is. I try to exemplify her caring heart whenever I have guests enter my bar and get in the "Viola Mentality". Even though she battled many health issues including a debilitating hip abnormality she never let it slow her down and she never complained or was self-pitying. Sadly, last year she succumb to health issues and passed away in her home while her loving husband, Dennis, was at her side.
Each ingredient in this cocktail I can trace back to one of Viola's qualities. The grapefruit represents her juicy personality. She never let anyone feel like they were unincluded and was the life of the party. Green was her favorite color and this is complemented by the kiwi. Within her vibrant jewelry collection, you could always spot her wearing a green jewel somewhere whether it was jade ring or emerald earnings! I choose Hendricks gin because Viola like to consume a gin martini from time to time. Finally, I chose Marie Brizard peach liqueur because the peach is a perfect way to describe Viola. She had the sweetest disposition, like a peach, and the fragrant aromas you get from peaches reminded me of her perfume. Not also would she dress the part with her fancy clothes, but her floral perfume was part of her style that was so Viola!
Recipe by Wilson Oliver
- .75oz Lemon Juice, .5oz chapuline syrup, 1oz cacao, .5 reposado, and .5oz over proof mezcal blanco
Make your chapuline syrup with white sugar and water 1:1. Than bring to a low simmer with a cup of dried chapulines.
Dehydrated lemon or Pineapple Slice, and dried chapulines
I love adding spice & salt to my syrups. As a result of trying chapulines(grasshoppers) for the first time I found a way to a savory salty, grassy flavor with one step.
With that being said "El Chapo" is .the perfect drink for summer with notes of cacao from the reposado rounding out the marie brizard and the over proof mezcal living a slight kick. And finally the chapulines giving a beautiful salty finish after the bitter chocolate
Recipe by Jorge Cherriz
- 1.5 oz bourbon
- 1 oz Marie Brizard banana
- .75oz lemon juice
- .75 Demerara syrup
- Egg white
Put all the ingredients in a shaker
Over a mini tub
Mini rubber duck
Mini bad tub
The idea come from the gigantic robber duck who was traveling around the world
Recipe by Onasis Anthony
- 2.Marie brizad orange
- 3.Angostura bitter
- 4.Simple syrup and lime juice
Step1: Fill all the ingredient in the shaker
Step2.Add ice and shake well.
Step3.Double strain in the glass
Step4:Garnish with orange ribbon
All the bartenders they serving from Heart so i create the name Jaithai means service from Heart.
Recipe by Robert Boughner
- 2. oz. Marie Brizard parfait amour.
- .5 oz. Mezcal
- .5 oz. Fresh Lemon Juice
- 1 egg white
Add all ingredients into shaker.
Marie Brizard Irish Coffee style
I was using Gin, Vodka, & Bourbon as the primary spirit. Nothing was feeling right, I felt as Marie Brizard should be at the forefront and highlighted even more. From there I started to think what cocktails will not mask Marie Brizard and yet are very enjoyable. Eureka! A sour. I added a little Mezcal to add to the parfaits amour quality, extend the finish, and brought in fresh ingredients to elevate everything else.
Picture Of You
Recipe by Paula Lukas
- 1.25 oz Marie Brizard Pear William
- 1 oz Belvedere Smogory Forest Vodka
- .75 oz Aperol
- .75 oz Noilly Prat Rouge
- Pinch of Pink Himalayan Sea Salt
- 2 Dried Chrysanthemums -Garnish
Build cocktail right in the glass
Combine all ingredients except sea salt and garnish in a large rocks glass
Add ice and stir until chilled
Top with a pinch of sea salt.
Garnish with dried chrysanthemums
Large Rocks Glass
My inspiration for my cocktail was Faye Schulman who was a Jewish photographer and partisan resistance fighter in the forests of Eastern Europe during the Holocaust. She was spared because of her photographic skills. She sabotaged Nazis , helped the wounded and foraged for food. She was the only photographer to photograph their struggle in Eastern Europe during the Second World War.
I wanted to use Marie Brizard Pear since they are often grown in Eastern Europe. The rich pear flavor is also used in Eastern European and Jewish cooking such as stewed pears and pear cake.
The bold flavor of the rye vodka comes from a rural area in Western Poland surrounded by vast forests such as the one that Faye could have hid out in , The vermouth, Aperol and sea salt to me represent strength and also bitterness along with the many tears that were cried for all the lives lost during that time. The flowers are a sign to never give up hope.
Faye Schulman risked her life to capture images so that we will never forget. She just passed away in May at the age of 101.
Recipe by Marc Anderson
- 1.25 oz Marie Brizard Yuzu
- .75 oz Van Gogh Açaí Blueberry Vodka
- .5 oz agave Nectar
- .5 oz Lemon Juice
- 3 oz Yuzu Club soda
- Lemon peel
Add Yuzu Liquer, Vodka, and Lennon juice to a shaker.
Add ice and Shake until mixed and chilled throughout.
Pour into ice filled Goblet
Sprinkle Tajin over top of drink and add a large piece of lemon peel
Tajin, lemon peel
A woman that inspires me on a daily basis is my best friend Kristy Morimoto. HERstory goes back to a young girl with a disease that was misdiagnosed for most of her life.
She is the strongest and toughest person I know. she is now on her second kidney transplant after the first transplant failed and many years living with dialysis and on the waitlist. I cannot recall her complaining about how tough a hand life has dealt her. She brightens the room for everyone when she enters.
While she works in an office she is an amazing baker and decorator of sweet treats for friends and family.
I chose the Marie Brizard Yuzu as a nod to Kristy’s Japanese heritage and made a spritz that is perfect on a sunny summer day or to brighten your spirits on a cloudy day
Recipe by Joan Villanueva
- 2 oz Marie Brizzard Anisette
- 1 1/2 oz Pineapple Juice
- 3/4 oz Marie Brizzard Yuzu
- 3/4 oz Marie Brizzard Blue Curaçao
1. Add all ingredients to Pilsner glass
2. Add pebble ice and swizzle
3. Garnish with Lemon twist and Mint bouquet
4. Enjoy and toast to Her (whom ever she might be for you)!
Lemon twist and Mint Bouquet
This cocktail is a toast to my amazing wife and Her story.
Plane was her first word and even at a young age, she was determined to chase the blue sky and make it her own!
Since then, she has followed her visions which have led her lived in six states.
With this cocktail I capture some of my wife’s favorite flavors in a delicate and strong balance similar to her personality.
Recipe by Cesar Diaz
- 1 oz Marie Brizard Pink Grapefruit No 15
- 3/4 oz Miske Blanco (Agave Andino from Ecuador)
- 3/4 oz Singani 63 from Bolivia
- 1 oz Lemon juice
- 1/2 oz Simple syrup
- 2 dashes peychaud bitters
Add all the ingredients in a Cocktail shaker. Add ice. Shake well. Double strain and serve up
Dehydrated pink grapefruit and lemon with mint flag
Nick & Nora style
Manuelita was known as The Liberator of the Liberator Simon Bolivar. Her courage and passion for freedom help the campaign to Simon Bolivar to free Southamerica. Born in Ecuador and Bolivar in Venezuela this Cocktail represents the freedom of a continent. Bolivar got his revolutionary idea from France.While in Europe he witnessed the proclamation of Napoleon Bonaparte as Emperor of France and later the coronation of Napoleon as King of Italy and Milan. Manuelita is represented for Chawar the spirit of Ecuador produced by women from the Miskitta tribe and Singani from Bolivia country named after it Liberator. Sweet and citrus notes with very refreshing finish.
Doña Manuela Sáenz de Vergara y Aizpuru (27 December 1797 – 23 November 1856) was an Ecuadorian revolutionary heroine of South America who supported the revolutionary cause by gathering information, distributing leaflets, and protesting for women's rights. Manuela received the Order of the Sun ("Caballeresa del Sol" or 'Dame of the Sun'), honoring her services in the revolution.
Vines of the Times
Recipe by Leanne Favre
- 1 oz Marie Brizard Yuzu
- ¾ oz Siembre Azul Blanco Tequila
- ¾ oz Barsol Pisco Acholado
- ½ oz Lustau Fino Sherry
- ¼ oz Wolffer Verjus
- ¼ oz Jalapeño Agave*
- 2 cucumber coins (muddled)
Muddle the cucumbers in the Jalapeno Agave in a mixing vessel.
Add the rest of the ingredients.
Stir until properly diluted and cold.
Fine strain into a chilled Nick & Nora.
2 parts Fresh Jalapeno Juice
1 part Agave
Using a breville juicer, juice the jalapenos and strain.
Whisk together until incorporated.
Garnish w/ a cucumber ribbon.
Nick & Nora
This cocktail is for my Great Grandma Jenny. She was first generation Italian, born in Patterson, NJ. She married an Italian immigrant, they bought a house, and planted a garden. There was war, times were hard, they had 5 children but they made ends meet; utilizing their garden and foraging. She even made her own wine and vinegars from the grapes that grew behind the house. My grandma always tells stories of her mother crushing grapes and ringing out the juice in giant sheets... apparently it was never very good!
I used a variety of grape based spirits and modifiers to create a beautiful base that highlights the Marie Brizard Yuzu, which brings a bright burst of floral citrus. I also wanted to connect this to the garden, as Yuzu pairs wonderfully with green herbs and vegetables. I added muddled cucumber and a touch of jalapeno agave for savory spice.
Tequila works flawlessly with the green pepper and brings hints of earthy tones, while the Pisco offers delicate floral notes. These two spirits are blended to add structure and complement the similarly complex flavors of the Yuzu Liqueur. Lustau Fino Sherry elongates the drink while adding hints of fresh dough and almonds. Verjus adds acidity and brightness. All of the flavors blend together elegantly working together in an unexpected combination.
This cocktail represents the strength of all of our mothers to subsist through hard times, build family and my Great Grandmother’s love for gardening.
The Pink Pyrus
Recipe by Melissa Kim
- 1.5oz Marie Brizard Pear William
- 1oz cran-pomegranate juice
- .5oz lemon juice
- Club soda
- Ground clove
- Mint sprig
Add pear liquor, lemon juice and cran-pomegranate juice to shaker tin
Fill with ice and shake
Double strain into Collins glass with ice
Top with club soda
Add pinch of ground clove to top
The inspiration for this cocktail was my grandmother Barb. Growing up next door to her, I spent many afternoons picking pears off her pear tree and helping can them for the Fall. She was always interested in blending ingredients to match flavor profiles of the items she was working with, which in turn sparked my passion and creativity to mix cocktails in the same manner. This cocktail evokes memories of my childhood of light and refreshing summertime flavors.
Recipe by Zev Glesta
- 2 dash saline solution (1:10)
- 1/4 oz Floral syrup*
- 1/2 oz Dry vermouth
- 3/4 oz Lime juice
- 1 oz Marie Brizard Pear Williams
- 1.5 oz Amass gin or a botanical-forward gin
- *shake all ingredients
- *double strain over large blue ice cube into decorative snifter
- *garnish with thinly sliced cucumber and Black Sea salt
- 1 cup magnolia petals (sub with 1 inch of ginger)
- 1/2 cup of violets
- 1/4 cup of rose petals
- 1 tsp of lemon zest
- 8 oz (by volume) of granulated white sugar
- 8 oz (by volume) water
~ macerate fruit and zest in sugar for 15 minutes
~ add water and fine strain
~ store and refrigerate for up to two weeks.
Blue ice cube
~ 1 drop of blue food coloring into large ice cube mold
Long thinly sliced cucumber wrapped around the inside of the glass, large blue ice cube, Black Sea salt, rose petals
Decorative snifter\ balloon glass
My Toast to Her Story is to Gaia or Mother Earth. I was born in a carriage house in Brooklyn. As a kid in New York City, the closest nature we had was the sidewalk and Prospect Park. When I was 5 years old, we moved across the world to Australia. My twin brother and I were blown away and overjoyed by the natural beauty that we were constantly surrounded by. From this childhood experience, I will forever be finding San excuse to escape from the big city and get back into nature.
The beauty of Gaia or Mother Earth is her ability to show her love and give her love no matter where you are. I wanted to represent the flavors of Spring which is a monumental moment of change in Mother Earth’s many phases.
I chose Pear Williams because of the beautiful blossom like quality and delicate pear nuances that it delivers. I paired it with a homemade floral syrup and botanical gin to really drive home the wonderful “rainy Spring day” aroma and flavor. The dry vermouth and lime balance the elegant sweetness and floral notes of the cocktail. The subtleness of the many natural flavors echo those first Spring days when nature starts to show its colors and scents to remind us that Winter is over.
Recipe by LaShan Arceneaux
- 1.5 ounces Kikori Whiskey
- 1 ounce Marie Brizard yuzu
- . 5 ounce Satsuma orange juice
- Two dases orange rose bitters
Crack ice and fill rocks glass
Combine all other ingredients in a shaker tin filled with ice and shake.
Strain into rocks glass
Orchid blossom with mini clothespin
Ive been researching fearless women in history. The onna-bugeisha were the female equivalent of the samarui (a male term).
The history of the onna-bugeisha can be traced back to Empress Jingū (169-269), one of the first female warriors in the history of Japan.
Jingū was a fearsome warrior who defied every social norm of her time; she is said to have been pregnant when she bound her body, donned men’s clothes and rode into battle.
Women have always been able to carry life and be badass!
Recipe by Crystal Lake
- 1oz Ketel One
- .75 Banana Marie Brizzard
- .50 Amaro Nonino
- .25 Allspice Dram
- Bspn Honey Syrup
- .375 Lime Juice
- .25 Egg White
Combine all ingredients in shaker.
Dry shake until foamy.
Add ice, shake.
Double strain into coupe glass.
Top with a banana that has been soaked in rum, rolled in sugar and caramelized.
Rum soaked banana slice, rolled in sugar and caramelized.
My Grandma Anna used to make banana pudding cake for my birthday every year. No matter how old I got, or how fancy my cakes got… She always brought hers. This drink is in honor of her and that cake.
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