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Raise the Rhuf: Part Four

We have been growing an abundance of rhubarb on our renowned rooftop garden this year and what better way to put it to use than in a series of fruity cocktails?

In 2015 the harvested rhubarb was given to The Printworks’ tenant Waxy O’Connor’s, who made a rhubarb pie and donated to the complex’s chosen charity, The Booth Centre. This year, The Printworks teamed up with Hard Rock Cafe Manchester and together, decided to shake things up a little!

After calling upon Hard Rock Cafe’s master mixologist, Nathan Larkin,  a series of rhubarb cocktails were created and we can’t wait to share these with you!

 

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At our Raise the Rhuf: A Rhubarb Special event, where we showcased the new cocktails to bloggers and the media, the Rhubarb Old Fashioned cocktail was a bit of a ‘marmite’ cocktail for our guests. The sharpness of the rhubarb bitters with the hard hit of the gin made this cocktail either a lover or a hater for guests. Hard Rock Cafe’s mixologist, Nathan Larkin, described the cocktail saying: “A Rhubarb Old Fashioned. Enjoy this cocktail the old fashioned way with Gin, Rhubarb bitters and Rhubarb and rosemary syrup.”

 

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To make this drink you will need to have some rhubarb syrup and rhubarb bitters which you can see from our first blog post.

 

To make the cocktail you will need:

50 ml Gin

3 dash rhubarb bitters

12.5 ml rhubarb syrup

 

Pour the gin, bitters and syrup over ice. Stir and strain into a fresh glass with ice. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and a twist of lemon. Enjoy!

 

 

Watch how the expert, Nathan, does it here:

 

We’d love to see your creations if you make this at home. Please tag us in your pictures @the_printworks @hardrockcafemcr #raisetherhuf

We hope you have enjoyed all our posts about the rhubarb grown on our roof and the recipes from Nathan.

Read all our posts here:

 

Raise the Rhuf: Part One

Raise the Rhuf: Part Two

Raise the Rhuf: Part Three

 

 

We hope to bring you a new feature in the Spring when our rooftop garden is in full bloom once again!

 

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