The Pachamama Sour Is Inspired By An Incan Goddess
Bartenders and bar managers never stop experimenting and creating and at Miami Beach’s DOA restaurant and bar, that has led to the creation of a new cocktail.
Called the Pechamama Sour, it’s a new twist on one of the oldest and most traditional spirits, gin. Created by the restaurant’s award-winning Bar Manager Josh Gonzalez . the Incan goddess-inspired drink blends Hendricks Gin, Zamaca, Yuzu, an egg white and Demerara Ginger Syrup to bring the senses to life.
Here is the recipe:
1.5 oz Hendricks Gin
• .75 oz Zamaca
• .5 oz Yuzu
• .5 oz Demerara Ginger Syrup
• Egg white
To Mix: Combine all ingredients in a shaker, add ice and shake vigorously, Double Strain into a Cocktail Glass
Garnish: Lemon Zest discard then Angostura Hearts, Dehydrated Lemon.
Glass: Cocktail Glass
DOA a is a Latin-inspired restaurant serving creative Asian food that also takes pride in creating creative cocktails. It has indoor and outdoor seating on Collins Ave., in Miami Beach.
Pechamama is known as the earth/time mother to the Incas. She presides over planting and harvesting, embodies the mountains and causes – get this – earthquakes. So watch out for the latter while drinking this cocktail! Haha.