Four of the best CON­COC­TIONS

THERE’S A WORLD OF CU­RI­OUS AND CLAS­SIC COCK­TAILS TO BE SIPPED ACROSS TOWN. HERE’S JUST A FEW

The Advertiser - SA Weekend - - ADELAIDE -

MAE TAI Vic­to­ria Behrendt and the Maybe Mae team make a mean cock­tail. A popular cre­ation is a mix of blanco rum, anejo rum, dry cu­ra­cao, pineap­ple syrup, tiki bit­ters, orgeat, cit­rus and an­gos­tura bit­ters with a mint and pineap­ple gar­nish. Maybe Mae, 15 Peel St, city, 8212 0708, proof-bar.com RUBY ROOT This gem is based on the na­tional drink of Peru, the Pisco Sour (two part spirit, one part cit­rus and half sugar). Proof uses plum mac­er­ated Pisco, egg white to thicken plus beet­root and freshly ground pep­per in their clas­sic twist of a treat. Proof, 9a An­ster St, city, 8212 0708, proof-bar.com ESPRESSO MAR­TINI Cof­fee, choco­late and shi­raz... oh my. Since open­ing, The Loft has used more than 54kg of cof­fee beans while mix­ing their com­bi­na­tion of dark rum, house­made spiced caramel and shi­raz re­duc­tion shaken with freshly run or­ganic sin­gle ori­gin sin­gle es­tate blend. The Loft, 1/128 Gouger St, loft­bar.com.au PEACH ON A BEACH Lush cabaret bar La Bo­heme’s cock­tail list in­cludes this lit­tle doozy (peach vodka and Bols fin­ished with pineap­ple juice, cran­berry juice and co­conut). Ev­ery Fri­day from 6pm to 7pm is Ab­so­lut Hour (two-for-one), which means dou­ble the cock­tail for your buck. La Bo­heme, 36 Grote St, city, labo­he­me­bar.com.au

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