Molecular Cuisine: Cosmopolitan Drink Recipe

Molecular Cuisine: Cosmopolitan Drink Recipe The Cosmopolitan is a popular drink, traditionally made with vodka, triple sec, cranberry juice and a hint of lime juice. In molecular gastronomy, most of those same basic elements can work together to create something far different than an average cocktail. But don’t worry, it’s just as delicious. At resto-loft Fibo, they make a cranberry-vodka-lime slushie, and top that with an air of Grand Marnier. The result is a refreshing take on this run-of-the-mill drink. In this video, WatchMojo.com speaks with the executive chef and co-owner of resto-loft Fibo to see how they make a Deconstructed Cosmopolitan Cocktail.

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