Cocktail: GDP | Bartender: Trinh Quan Huy-Philip

GDP, “Gross Domestic Product,” is the best way to measure a country’s economy! The GDP cocktail is named after the combination of three key ingredients, Genever, Drambuie and Peychaud’s Bitters. Like the Dutch Golden Age, the spirit of this Genever is based on the Islay Cask finish. GDP is inspired by one of the classics, “Rusty Nail,” but it’s not too sweet for any respectable Martini & Manhattan Aficionado.

Cocktail: GDP | Bartender Atlas

2 oz. Wenneker Genever Islay Cask Finish
1/2 oz. Drambuie
dash of Peychaud’s Bitters
Slice of Fresh Ginger

Gently muddle a slice of fresh ginger in a mixing glass. Then add the rest of ingredients with ice. Stir over well and fine strain into a pre-chilled coupe. Garnish with pink grapefruit zest and a Luxardo Maraschino cherry.

Trinh Quan Huy-Philip
I was not born to be a bartender, but life did carry me through it as a solo traveler. I’ve been traveled across Asia to Europe and currently in the US. I’ve been working from Cocktail Bar to Hotel Bar in various positions from Bartender to Bar Manager as well as Beverage Manager.
The only things that I’m fall in love for traveling around the world is to master such experimentation like Learn & live with local, get more valuable about life skills and self-experience to enhance the future prospects. And that’s the journey of Vietnam Mixxit Master to Global Swizzle Master!
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