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Monday, June 6, 2016

Osprey Tavern celebrates the Negroni this week with two limited-time cocktails

Posted By on Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 10:55 AM

click to enlarge The Pink Lady cocktail - PHOTO COURTESY THE OSPREY TAVERN
  • Photo courtesy The Osprey Tavern
  • The Pink Lady cocktail
There's good reason to combine your love of sipping perfectly crafted artisan cocktails with doing good for our community.

This week, June 6-12, is Negroni Week, and the Osprey Tavern in Baldwin Park is adding two limited-time cocktails to its bar menu to both commemorate that bitter Italian cocktail and benefit Harbor House of Central Florida, a domestic violence shelter.



Try the  Pink Lady (shown right) with Campari ice cream, Carpano Antica, Aviation Gin, Campari and Schofferhofer Grapefruit Hefewiezen, garnished with a grapefruit flag, and This One Time in Mexico (shown below), made with Del Maguey Vida Mezcal, Campari, Punt e Mes, coffee liqueur and crème de cacao, garnished with a lemon twist and coffee, ancho and cocoa powder.

Come out on Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. to drink to benefit Harbor House – $1 from each cocktail sold will go to the non-profit.
click to enlarge This One Time In Mexico cocktail - PHOTO COURTESY THE OSPREY TAVERN
  • Photo courtesy The Osprey Tavern
  • This One Time In Mexico cocktail



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