Cocktailing at the Jazz Age Lawn Party
Patrón the Summer jumped into the 1920s, serving up spicy Kicking Mules at the Jazz Age Lawn Party.
May. 23, 2018
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We know summer is meant for grand parties, but at the Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island, grand took on a whole new meaning. A touch of splendor and Gatsby-esque fun was added to the usual summer mix for two evenings of 20s swinging that took the party to a whole new level. Patrón the Summer brought the cocktail tour to the island to serve up New York’s perfect cocktail – the jalapeño-spiced Kicking Mule made with Patrón Silver. Revelers clad in suspenders, swingy dresses and glimmering accessories sipped on Patrón cocktails, keeping their summer spirits up as they danced the night away to live jazz and big band sounds. While taking a break from doing The Charleston, lawn party goers got the chance to dip their toes into a citrus-filled pool and capture the night in true jazzy (and Instagram-worthy) fashion. Now, back to the future!
- 1.5 oz Patrón Añejo
- 1 oz Ginger beer
- .75 oz Lime juice
- .5 oz Agave syrup*
- .5 oz Averna
- 2 Jalapeño coins
- Cherry for garnish
- In the bottom of a mixing glass, muddle one jalapeño coin and agave syrup.
- Add remaining ingredients except ginger beer and shake with ice to chill.
- Strain onto fresh ice in a mule mug and top with ginger beer.
- Garnish with a jalapeño coin and a cherry on a pick.
*Agave syrup: Mix 2 parts agave syrup to 1 part water.