How to Make the Lost Lake

How to Make the Lost Lake
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If you want to hear how the Lost Lake Cocktails was born, you can meet Shelby Allison, founder of Lost Lake Bar on this Lush Life Episode.

Lost Lake by Lost Lake, Chicago - Cocktail Recipe

Lost Lake

Ingredients

  • 2 oz Plantation Xaymaca Rum
  • .75 oz passionfruit syrup (Small Hands Foods)
  • .75 oz fresh lime;
  • 5 oz fresh pineapple juice
  • .25 oz Campari
  • .25 oz Luxardo Maraschino

Instructions

  1. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with one cup crushed ice.
  2. Blend for three seconds using a single spindle drink mixer.
  3. Pour into tropical glass
  4. Top with more crushed ice.
  5. Garnish tropically!

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Thank you so much to Choose Chicago and Enjoy Illinois for all their assistance and support, making this trip a success. We had a great time and, of course, everything on Lush Life is my own opinion!


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