Negative Space | Cocktail Party

Negative Space

Negative Space cocktail with Suze, lemon juice, creme de cacao, absinthe, orange flower water, and prosecco

Don’t you love it when a drink tastes just like the name? Somehow, that’s the case with the Negative Space, a synesthesia-inducing sparkler we just can’t get enough of. The recipe comes from Maks Pazuniak at Jupiter Disco, a futuristic Brooklyn bar known for its out-of-this-world cocktails.

Each sip of the Negative Space is its own little journey: it starts out lightly bitter and herbal, sparkles into a bubbly lemon, and then fades out into a cascade of fuzzed-out white noise. Sound crazy? You’ll just have to make one and experience it for yourself.

Ingredients

Instructions

Shake all ingredients (except the sparkling white wine) with ice. Strain into a chilled flute and top with the sparkling white wine.

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