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Mixologist Brett Butler creates tropical summer cocktails using watermelon and pineapple

Meet the master of mixology, Brett Butler, a renowned mixologist representing Alcomy LLC. With a flair for crafting exquisite summer tropical cocktails, he’s set to tantalize taste buds with two exceptional creations. Brace yourself for a thrilling ride of flavors with a smoked Tequila concoction featuring the luscious notes of pineapple, passion fruit, and a touch of smoked habanero honey for that perfect kick. And if that’s not enough, prepare to be enchanted by his spicy watermelon cucumber mojito. Follow his magical mixology journey on social media at for more exclusive experiences and collaborations. Cheers to a summer filled with extraordinary libations! 🍹🏝️

FIRST SEGMENT: “Spicy Watermelon Mojito”

2 oz.  Caribbean Rum

.75 oz.  Dry Curacao

1 oz.  Fresh Squeezed Watermelon Juice

.5 oz.  Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice

3      Watermelon Chunks

5      Cucumber slices

2-3   Jalapeno slices, according to spice tolerance

3-4   Sprigs Fresh Mint

Add the fresh watermelon, cucumber and jalapeno slices to a mixing tin, and muddle thoroughly with the fresh squeezed lime juice.  Add the fresh mint and tap lightly with the muddler to release the aromatics and flavor, for about 5-6 seconds, being careful not to overmuddle.  Add ice, and the rest of the ingredients and shake vigorously for about 20 seconds until well chilled and emulsified.  Double strain over ice into a large rocks or Collins glass.  Add a splash of premium seltzer for effervescence.  Garnish with a fresh watermelon-cucumber-jalapeno sword and mint.  Enjoy!

SECOND SEGMENT:   “Mezcali Sunset”

1 oz.  Tequila Blanco

1 oz.  Del Maguey Vida Mezcal

.75 oz.  Aperol

1 oz.  Smoked Habanero Honey Chipotle Syrup

.75 oz.  Fresh Squeezed Lime Juice

1 oz.  Pineapple Juice

2-3    Sprigs Fresh Mint

Add all of the ingredients and ice to a cocktail shaker.  Slap the fresh mint to awaken the essential oils and aromatics, and add to the shaker.  Shake vigorously for about 20 seconds.  Double strain over ice into a Collins or large rocks glass.  Garnish with fresh pineapple and pineapple leaves.

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