Experience Solbeso in Connecticut by visiting one of the establishments below.
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Want to know what Miamians are drinking this winter? Check out '7 Winter-Inspired Cocktails to Try Now' on Eater Miami where not one, not two, but three Solbeso cocktails were featured from amazing establishments like Macchialina, Radio and Blackbird Ordinary
Read on for a sneak peek:
Macchialina’s concoction is a blend of Solbeso, Bénédictine, simple syrup, orange bitters, and cherry bark vanilla bitters. Served over ice, the dark cherry and vanilla flavors are great winter.
Translated to “sun in the winter,” this cocktail’s name is indicative of the winter weather in Miami. Created by Bryan Canales, it’s with Solbeso, pineapple juice, applewood-smoked coco syrup, bitters, and lemon and orange juice.
A mix of Ancho Reyes, Solbeso, pineapple, honey syrup, and lemon juice, this drink from Blackbird Ordinary is a mix of sweet and tart.
Experience Solbeso under the Miami Sol at these establishments
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Blackbird Ordinary 729 SW 1st Avenue FL Miami 33130
Brother Jimmy's (Brickell) 900 S. Miami Ave. FL Miami 33130
Brother Jimmy's (Sunset Place) 5701 Sunset Drive - Suite#194 FL Miami 33143
Il Mulino (South Beach) 840 1st Street FL Miami Beach 33139
Broken Shaker 2727 Indian Creek Drive FL Miami Beach 33139
Lucali (1930 Social Club) (blank) FL Miami Beach 33139
Lure Fish Bar 1601 Collins Avenue FL Miami Beach 33139
Macchialina 820 Alton Rd FL Miami Beach 33139
Radio Bar 814 1st St. FL Miami Beach 33139
Setai South Beach 2100 Collins Ave FL Miami Beach 33139
Sushi Samba Coral Gables (blank) FL Coral Gables 33134
Sushi Samba Miami Beach, 600 Lincoln Rd FL Miami Beach 33139
Vintage Liquors III FL Miami 33129
Zuma Restaurant 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way FL Miami 33131
Vintage Liquor and Wine Bar 3301 NE 1st Ave, Bld 4 STE 105 FL Miami 33137
SugaCane 3252 NE 1st Ave FL Miami 33137
Visit local watering holes and inquire about Solbeso. Try one of below for a little Sol.
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Barkeeper 3910 Sunset Blvd CA Los Angeles 90029
Petit Ermitage 8822 Cynthia Street CA West Hollywood 90069
Sunset Marquis Hotel 1200 Alta Loma Rd. CA West Hollywood 90069
Trick Dog 3010 20th Street CA San Francisco 94110
La Urbana 661 Divisadero Street CA San Francisco 94117
Culver City Tavern 9739 Culver Blvd. CA Culver City 90232
Easy Lounge 3255 Lakeshore Avenue CA Oakland 94610
Caña Rum Bar 714 W Olymipic Blvd CA Los Angeles 90015
Hals Bar and Grill 1349 Abbot Kinney Blvd. CA Venice 90291
Bar & Garden CA Culver City 90232
Seventy 7 Lounge 3843 Main St. CA Culver City 90232
Larry`s 24 Windward Ave CA Venice 90291
Great Dane Catering and Events 12473 W. Washington Blvd. CA Culver City 90066
Son of a Gun 8370 W. 3rd St. CA Los Angeles 90048
Short Order 6333 W. 3rd Street Suite#110 CA Los Angeles 90036
Copper Still 4493 Beverly Blvd CA Los Angeles 90004
Experience what is dubbed the most progressive cocktail culture in America. Nashville has become the gathering point for innovative bartenders from SF, NYC and Austin. Flocking to the home of country, they open bars and restaurants that are equally affordable and fun as they are innovative and cutting edge. If you're only going one place for cocktails this month, Nashville should be at the top of your list.
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Midtown Wine & Spirits 1610 Church Street TN Nashville 37203
Patterson House 1711 Division Street TN Nashville 37203
Lugo's 107 South Main Street TN Dickson 37055
Urgan Grub 2506 12th Avenue South TN Nashville 37204
Acme Feed & Seed 101 Broadway TN Nashville 37201
Local Taco-Eastside 501 Murphy Road TN Nashville 37209
Cork & Cow 403 Main Street TN Franklin 37064
No. 308 407 Gallatin Avenue TN Nashville 37206
Union Common 1929 Broadway TN Nashville 37203
Party Fowl 719 8th Avenue South TN Nashville 37203
Casa Fiesta Knights Inn Nashville-Antioch, 1111 Bell Road, TN Antioch 37013
Bombay Bistro 9040 Carothers Pkwy, B111 TN Franklin 37067
Pancho's Villa Grill 233 Long Hollow Pike TN Goodlettsville 37072
T G I Friday's Madison 1705 Gallatin Pike North TN Madison 37115
USA Sports Grill 151 Adams Lane TN Mount Juliet 37122
Casa Vieja Mexican Grill 711 East Main Street #101 TN Hendersonville 37075
Guadalajara Mexican Grill 1068 S Riverside Dr TN Clarksville 37040
Margarita House 145 N Lowry St TN Smyrna 37167
Rio Bravo Mexican Grill 200 East Main Street TN Hendersonville 37074
The Thirsty Turtle 2804 South Rutherford Boulevard TN Murfreesboro 37130
Benchmark 117 2nd Avenue North TN Nashville 37201
Burger Up 01 Cool Springs Boulevard TN Franklin 37067
The Southern The Pinnacle at Symphony Place, 150 3rd Avenue South #110 TN Nashville 37201
Casa Vieja Mexican Grill 206 Anderson Lane North TN Hendersonville 37075
Rolf and Daughters 700 Taylor Street TN Nashville 37208
Salsa 818 Palmer Place TN Nashville 37203
Cinco de Mayo 209 10th Avenue South #200 TN Nashville 37203
Grays on Main 332 Main Street TN Nashville 37064
Los Agave 104 Glen Oak Blvd TN Hendersonville 37075
Sinema 2600 Franklin Pike #102 TN Nashville 37204
Carmen's Taqueria 206 West Northfield Boulevard TN Murfreesboro 37129
Chauhan Ale and Masala House 123 12th Avenue North TN Nashville 37203
Prima 700 12th Avenue South TN Nashville 37203
The epicurean capital of the South, Atlanta boasts a red-hot, emerging cocktail scene. Find a drink with Solbeso at several of the top locations in town.
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Holeman & Finch 2277 Peachtree Road Northwest GA Atlanta 30309
The Optimist 914 Howell Mill Road GA Atlanta 30318
The Original El Taco 1186 North Highland Avenue Northeast GA Atlanta 30306
Yebo Restaurant and Bar Phipps Plaza, 3500 Peachtree Road GA Atlanta 30326
4th and Swift 621 North Avenue NE GA Atlanta 30308
Alma Cocina 191 Peachtree Street Northeast GA Atlanta 30303
Coastal Kitchen 102 Marina Drive GA Saint Simons Island 31522
Graft 516 Grayson Parkway GA Grayson 30017
Kyma 3085 Piedmont Road Northeast GA Atlanta 30305
Lure 1106 Crescent Avenue Northeast GA Atlanta 30306
Restaurant Eugene 2277 Peachtree Road Northwest GA Atlanta 30309
Top Shelf Liquors 12872 Highway 9 N Ste 150 GA Alpharetta 30004
Umi Sushi One Buckhead Plaza, 3050 Peachtree Road Northwest GA Atlanta 30305
Johnnie Ganem 501 Habersham Street GA Savannah 31401
Southern Ground Social Club 18 Main Street GA Senoia 30276
Tequila's Town 109 Whitaker Street GA Savannah 31401
The Brice 601 East Bay Street GA Savannah 31401
Frog Hollow Tavern 1282 Broad Street GA Augusta 30901
JTC Kitchen Westside Urban Market, 1198 Howell Mill Road #18 GA Atlanta 30318
Trappeze Pub 269 North Hull Street #6 GA Athens 30601
Meet Logan Ronkainen. Part chef, part mad scientist, all around great guy to know, especially when it comes to crafted cocktails. Logan taps into his experience as a trained chef to create flavor combinations and serving rituals that redefine the cocktail experience.
The New World Spirits team claims a special bond with Logan. Not only was he one of the team’s first supporters, he also truly understands Solbeso’s unique versatility and character, finding ever more intriguing ways to mix and serve the spirit. Check out Logan’s postings on Instagram to see some of his ridiculously delicious (and jaw-droppingly creative) cocktail creations.
To taste his Solbeso innovations in person, head to Trattoria Il Mulino in New York’s Gramercy Park neighborhood and watch Logan— the restaurant’s head bartender and spirits consultant — spin the shakers behind the bar.
One of the stars appearing on the restaurant’s winter menu is the Italiano-Americano, Logan’s spin on classic American cocktail the Negroni. “The name is a pun on the classic as well: The ingredients are Americas (Solbeso) meets Italy. By swapping the gin out with Solbeso, it yields a much lighter, smoother Negroni, quickly becoming a crowd favorite,” says Logan. Logan one of our first supporters, Logan understands Solbeso’s unique versatility, character and chemistry in cocktails. Follow Solbeso’s Instagram to see some of his ridiculously delicious (and beautiful to behold creations.
Head to Trattoria Il Mulino in New York’s Gramercy Park neighborhood to see Logan— the restaurant’s head bartender and spirits consultant —in action behind the bar. As a ‘next generation” mixologist, Logan taps into his experience as a trained chef and infuses the menu with culinary know-how and creativity.
Appearing on the restaurant’s winter menu, the Italiano-Americano is Logan’s spin on a Negroni, a classic American cocktail. “The name is a pun on the classic as well: the ingredients are Americas (Solbeso) meets Italy. By swapping the gin out with Solbeso, it yields a much lighter, smoother Negroni; quickly becoming a crowd favorite,” says Logan.
1 oz Solbeso
1 oz Capelletti
1 oz Cocchi Barolo Chinato
Stir all ingredients in a mixing glass with ice. Strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass. Garnish with an expressed grapefruit peel and a piece of bittersweet chocolate rested on top of the peel.
Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe enjoyed his bottle of Solbeso recently at a dinner at the Grand Hyatt in Tokyo. We are told the PM especially appreciated the craftsmanship and design of the bottle as well as the soft smooth finish of Solbeso when enjoyed chilled as a shot.
Thank you Chris B-San and Mr. Soichiro Masuoka for this one!
Play word association and the name Jacques Torres immediately conjures chocolate. When the famed chef offered to create a signature cocktail for the Premier Cares Foundation's Annual Celebrity Chef Dinner just one week before the event, Solbeso's Culinary Ambassador Clay Gordon needed little persuasion.
"I wanted a drink that connected the cocktail to the chocolate theme of the dinner menu and also allowed the unique qualities of Solbeso to shine through," said Clay. "And it was important to me that the drink not be sweet.”
Based on Chef Torres’ wildly popular Wicked Hot Chocolate, Clay teamed with Torres to concoct the ultimate cacao fruit-meets-chocolate wintery drink. "Over the summer I experimented with Solbeso cocktails featuring horchata, which often has the same spices as the chef’s hot chocolate, minus the heat. From experience, I knew Solbeso would go well with the spices, but it was still necessary to find the perfect ratios. That's some of my favorite kind of research!” says Clay.
The Wicked Hotchata hit the spot, agreed Premier Cares Foundation dinner coordinator Julie Goldfischer: "Your Solbeso creation, the wonderful Wicked Hotchata, was the perfect festive drink with ‘wow’ factor to serve guests at our chocolate-inspired fundraising dinner."
3 oz Whole Milk
4 oz Unsweetened/Unflavored Almond Milk
2 oz Solbeso
1 oz Jacques Torres Wicked Hot Chocolate
0.5 oz Orgeat Syrup
Warm both types of milks on the stovetop. Add additional ingredients together into the milk. Make sure the mixture doesn’t come to a boil. Serve hot in a mug. For the cold version, mix ingredient in a shaker and strain ice, serve in a coupe. Yields 2 servings. The Wicked Hotchata is equally delicious served cold or hot.
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During the Builders & Innovators 2014 conference, participants provided insights and lessons learned on topics ranging from innovation and sustainability to medical systems and entrepreneurship.
The commentary was captured by artists and 12 boards of wisdom were crafted to showcase the commentary.
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California, late Fall 2014. 100 young entrepreneurs descend upon the Four Seasons Biltmore in Santa Barbara to attend the 2014 Builders & Innovators Conference - an annual event hosted by Goldman Sachs and this year attended by Tom Higbee & Thomas Aabo with a mission to introduce Solbeso to the captains of the Industry of Tomorrow.
The B+I conference focus on teaching the next generation of entrepreneurs to pursue their business and passion in a responsible and sustainable way through advice and lessons from accomplished leaders, most of whom started with no more than an idea and a passion for change of their own.
Speakers included Michael Dell (DELL Computers), Sheldon Adelson (Sands Casino & Resorts), Kevin Plank (Under Armor), Reed Hastings (NetFlix), Aubrey McClendon (Chesapeake Energy) and many others. The common theme across all discussions: not accepting convention. Pushing against or working around an establishment holding back your idea; Walking new paths to connect a vision with reality and the customer waiting to support that vision. All speakers showcased a deep level of insight in their industry, making it clear their success was not easily won, but the result of intense focus, passion and dedication over a long period of time and against the expectation of the 'smartest people in the room' at the time.
The mantra heard over and over was simply; work hard, believe in yourself, never let a closed door stop you, stay hungry and never, ever accept when someone tells you 'it can't be done'.
B+I yielded a number of wonderful sound-bites, ranging from Kevin Planks Zen-like relaxation advice, "Get more than 2.5 hours of sleep at night? You're not working hard enough" to Shelly Adelsons, understanding your business; "I wasn't in the hotel business. I was in real-estate; buying square feet by the dime and renting them out by the dollar", to Michael Dells classic spot-the-opportunity-and go "I knew the parts combined cost maybe $275... yet the IBM Personal Computer was selling for over $2,000". Sage advice came from the man behind most natural gas in the US today; Aubrey McClendon, "When I'm in doubt, I'll take a beer and a nap. If still in doubt when I wake up, I'll have another nap - maybe a second beer." Considering Aubrey started Chesapeake at 23 and turned it into the 2nd largest US producer of natural gas worth more than $16B, one imagines he's earned a nap or two. We of course cannot help but wonder what the Natural Gas industry would look like today if Mr. McClendon would have had access to Solbeso during his pontifications.
Want more advice from the participants of B+I 2014? Watch this video;
Source: Bar Business Magazine
Date: August 2014 Issue
Buzzing among the bartender community as what just may be an entirely new category, Solbeso is still in a preliminary launch phase (currently only available in select locations in NYC, Miami & Los Angeles). It is backed by New World Spirits, a newly formed incubator and importer based in NYC with an advisory board full of current and former executives hailing from the likes of Diageo, Brown-Foreman, Treasury Wine, Anheuser Busch, and more. Read more at BarBizMag.com
Solbeso - the new 'workhorse' of spirits.