black peppercorn, cloves and cinnamon sticks. He mists the glass with Yellow Chartreuse, adds 3 ounces of almond milk and homemade basmati rice horchata and ice, and garnishes with freshly ground cinnamon.
Helland drew on both his Norwegian and Latino heritage for inspiration, combining the idea of a White Russian with the Mexican horchata rice milk drink. To that, we say, “Skål!” and “Salud!” And to you, we say “hurry” – the cocktail’s available for a limited time only, so try the No. 9 before it gets 86’d. During the off-peak hours between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., you can nab one for $5 (regular price $9).
5223 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
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