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Sake tonic

Sake tonic

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At Pakta restaurant, Peruvian and Japanese ingredients and dishes fuse to create an eclectic menu inspired by Nikkei cuisine. The bar also embraces this fusion with drinks, using a wide variety of everyday and unusual ingredients. Sake is the most popular drink at the restaurant and here we combine it with aromatic elderflower to create a fresh and fruity cocktail that can be enjoyed either with food or as an apéritif.

Ingredients

1
Cut the apricots into thin slices and add them to a tall glass, such as a collins glass. Pour in the sake, followed by the vodka and elderflower liqueur
2
Add ice cubes and the tonic water. Finally, add the orange peel twist to garnish, running it around the rim of the glass before dropping it into the drink

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