Casablanca

Head to Darlinghurst, then climb the neon stairwell and you end up at Don Peppino’s, a good times Italian restaurant serving up a considered drinks list and delicious seasonal neo-nonna cooking. Bring a few friends so you don’t miss out on any of the small but considered menu. We have big love for this place.

 

Recipe

30ml turmeric tissane
30ml Poor Toms Gin
30ml Maidenii Sweet Vermouth
15ml fresh lime juice

Add all ingredients into Mud Wine Cup.
Add ice to fill cup.
Top with soda water.
Stir and garnish with fresh mint sprig.

Turmeric tissane
60g fresh turmeric root
300g caster sugar
30g mint leaves

Peel and grate turmeric.
Combine sugar with 300ml hot water, stir until dissolved.
Add turmeric and mint leaves, cover and leave to infuse for an hour.
Strain through a fine mesh sieve and store.

This recipe card highlights our new Wine Cup — available in store and online now.

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