Art on Demand | Spirit Wars with Hunter & Slayde

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Join us Wednesday, September 16th at 5pm for another episode of “Spirit Wars,” a virtual Art on Demand event brought to you by the Cultural Arts Alliance of Walton County in partnership with Alys Beach, and Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs.

“Spirit Wars” features two bartenders, four cocktails, and some fierce and fun competition for best cocktail bragging rights! Hunter Church, General Manager for Neat Bottle Shop & Tasting Room, challenges Slayde Martin from Pescado in a battle of the bartenders. They’ll be mixing and sharing some of their favorite cocktail recipes for your votes. So, grab these ingredients, tune in, follow along, and be sure to vote for your favorite cocktail in each category!

Spirits are available for purchase at Neat Bottle Shop & Tasting Room in advance of the episode. Please enjoy responsibly!

The event will be viewable on 30A and Cultural Arts Alliance’s Facebook pages as well as available on our Art on Demand website page following the broadcast.

Hunter’s ‘What’s the Tea’:
1.5 oz Plantation Over Proof Rum
1 oz Hibiscus Tea Concentrate
.75 oz Lime Juice
.5 oz Simple Syrup
2 Barspoons Raspberry Jam
*Shake all ingredients with ice, strain into coupe glass.
-Garnish with lime peel twist.

Slayde’s ‘Hot and Smoky’:
1 oz Tequila
1 oz Vida Mezcal
1 oz Lime
¾ oz Simple Syrup
3 Cucumber Wheels
3 Serrano Slices
2 Sprigs of Cilantro
*Double strain into Collins glass over rock.
-Garnish with Cilantro sprigs.

Hunter’s ‘Key-ping up with the Thymes’:
1.5 oz Vida Mezcal
1 oz Lillet Blanc
.75 oz Key Lime Juice
.25 oz Simple Syrup
2 thyme sprigs
*Shake all ingredients with ice, strain into rocks glass with medium cubes.
-Inside out lime half as garnish.

Slayde’s ‘A Night at Port’:
1 ¼ oz Zacapa 23
¾ oz Plantation OFTD
½ oz 20 Year Tawny Port
½ oz Amaro Averna
2 dashes Ango
-Garnish with an Orange peel.

Simple syrup
1 cup sugar
1 cup hot water
*Combine ingredients and stir until fully incorporated.
-Good for 1 month refrigerated. 

Hibiscus Tea Concentrate
1 quart Hot Water
10 Hibiscus tea bags
*Steep tea bags in hot water for 10 minutes. Strain into container.
-Good for 2 weeks refrigerated.

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