Signature Drink- Huckleberry Win

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Huckleberry Win

Idaho’s state fruit-the huckleberry-takes center stage at the Shore Lodge in McCall, Idaho thanks to the lodge’s Huckleberry Mojito. Try it out for yourself!

INGREDIENTS:
Two pinches of fresh mint
1 oz huckleberries soaked in simple syrup
1.5 oz 44 North Huckleberry Vodka
¾ oz fresh lime juice
3 oz soda water
Ice

CREATE:
In a pint glass, muddle mint, huckleberries, simple syrup and three ice cubes.

Add vodka, lime juice, soda water and more ice.

Pour into shaker and shake twice.

Add a splash of soda and garnish with a fresh lime wedge.

 
Idea courtesy of Shore Lodge.

Invite three of your closest friends over to sample Boise Centre’s tasty cranberry martinis! (Serves 4)

INGREDIENTS
—6 oz. gin
—1 cup cranberry juice
—Sliced fresh ginger
—Ginger ale
—Fresh cranberries, for garnish
—Rosemary sprigs, for garnish

 

For a refreshing, nonalcoholic drink option, try this lipsmacking Alaskan Lemonade recipe from the Anchorage Marriott Downtown. The drink was served at a recent familiarization trip and had participating planners clamoring for more.

INGREDIENTS
—2 parts lemonade
—1/2 part rose water
—1/2 part hibiscus syrup
—raspberries for garnish

DIRECTIONS
Combine first three ingredients and garnish with fresh raspberries. Enjoy!

 

Celebrating its 90th anniversary this summer, Seattle’s Mayflower Park Hotel started life as the Bergonian Hotel on July 16, 1927, and has been in continuous operation ever since. The hotel was named after original owner Stephen Berg and his love of The Oregonian newspaper. In salute to its 90 years of service and with a nod to its past, Mayflower Park created The Bergonian cocktail. Raise a glass to honor an icon in Seattle’s hospitality history.