For those of you who thought three-martini lunches went out of style long ago, think again.
NYY Steakhouse has put a twist on the classic by adding a dash of aperol and cranberries to create Winter Rose. It’s sophisticated taste landed a news spotlight, yet its classic ingredients make it so simple to recreate at home. Just one of the many reasons we’re hosting a gin masterclass there…
Unlike traditional steakhouses that focus on scotch and whisky, NYY Steakhouse wanted an eclectic mix of premium alcohol brands, paying particular attention to gin. After all, every good thing has a way of coming back into fashion… Inspired by classic and cutting-edge Lower East Side speakeasies, NYY Steakhouse transplanted that feel to Midtown and began bringing gin to the forefront, Brockmans leading the charge.
As Marketing Manager Sofia D’Alessandro describes, “Brockmans is a wink to creativity,” and as leaders in the drinks industry, NYY Steakhouse pride themselves on sourcing the best ingredients. The cocktail menu changes seasonally to incorporate baseball season, Yankees events and local happenings within New York City. As the second largest recognised brand in the world, it’s certainly a treat to enjoy Brockmans surrounded by the Yankees. We’re just now awaiting summer G&Ts at the stadium…
With NYY Steakhouse helping lead the gin trend in NYC, you won’t want to miss a Brockmans Gin Tasting Tuesday 21st March from 6-8pm. Two signature Brockmans Gin cocktails will be served alongside cheese and charcuterie as you sample gin over the course of history. Tickets can be found here but best be quick…
- 1oz. Brockmans gin
- 1/2oz. Pama liqueur
- 1/2oz. Aperol
- 2 dashes of cranberry bitters
- 1-2 rosemary sprigs
- 2oz. Red cranberry juice
Combine all ingredients in mixing tin and shake with ice. Strain and pour into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a rosemary sprig.