“Spiced!” reminded me of a soju bloody mary. The fresh ginger is charred and then strained through the drink, giving it a light ginger flavor. He brought around extra Ty Ku for the drinkers that wanted a little more kick with their drinks. ;D
In the picture you miss the light pink color, almost like pink lemonade. The sugar rimmed glass and sweet cocktail was perfect prior to the sea bass. I started stealing my friend, Jim’s drink, because it was so good!
A traditional “Intermesso.” Pickles and miso soup. A light miso, not too salty, not too hearty, but a perfect dish after the main dish.
Han Soju <> Espresso <> Vanilla <> Roasted Chili Peppers
The final drink was a sweet coffee with a vanilla and slight chili pepper flavor. It was my favorite desert drink that I have ever had! I especially loved the light chili pepper after taste. However I think that the two paired together was a poor choice. The sweetness of the tart killed the sweetness in the drink making it bitter. But it is definitely a drink I’d enjoy over and over gain.
I think it’s important that they emphasize that the event starts at 6:30 pm prompt. I know it’s always hard to get a group of people together at a certain time. I was confused that there was presentation. I was under the impression that it was just dinner, so I was half an hour a late, and so was every body else. It was entertaining for the chef and mixologist to come out and explain their dishes and drinks.
Way worth the $45! It’s like $8 a dish, and $7 a drink.
* * * * 4 Stars * * * *
Next month’s drink theme: Whiskey
Hope to see you there next month.
Pictures from dosomethingtonight.com