A sweet in­tro­duc­tion to the world of sake

Sake mar­tini

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COM­MEN­TARY that broad ap­peal that I’m look­ing for,” he said of the drink.

The cock­tail uses a rosé sake for a pur­ple, jewel-like pre­sen­ta­tion, lead­ing to a sweet, clean fin­ish with notes of citrus. “I wanted it to be very ap­proach­able but use qual­ity in­gre­di­ents,” said Moore.

It’s also a low-al­co­hol cock­tail, which makes it a good choice for peo­ple who want to ex­plore tastes without go­ing too wild them­selves.

TREVOR FRASER/OR­LANDO SENTINEL 3 2 1. Pour all 2. Strain

Bar man­ager Casey Moore of Or­lando’s Tori Tori en­joys cre­at­ing cock­tails that show­case the broad ap­peal of sake.

ounces Amabuki Rosé Sake ounce Carpano Bianco Ver­mouth ounce Carpano Dry Ver­mouth dashes An­gos­tura Orange Bit­ters Le­mon peel for gar­nish the in­gre­di­ents in a steel shaker with ice and stir un­til cold. into mar­tini glass. Serve with le­mon peel on the rim.

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