#14 Día de Muertos is inspired by the Mexican tradition of celebrating the dead by decorating their graves and making altars with colorful Aztec Marigold flowers, known as Cempasúchil, which is native from Mexico and means “flower of twenty flowers”. The vibrant scent and bright yellow color of this flower guides the deceased back to their loved ones to enjoy one more day of earthly pleasures. The aroma is sweet, floral and ends with a refreshing menthol hint, while the taste will remind you of an autumn caramelized pumpkin with warm spices and a bitter soul. Used for centuries to cure stomach and respiratory problems. Revives young spirits such as a Corpse Reviver or our own version of this cocktail, the Levanta Muertos. Simply a flavour to die for.
Please note: Due to seasonal availability of several ingredients, “Dia De Muertos” is only available from October to December.