1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge Ingredients First Drink To Spring With Our Spring Toki Recipe Published on: March 12, 2018 Share Article: Spring is a time of blossoming flowers, singing birds and longer days. To many, the season symbolizes rebirth, renewal and the awakening of life. Our bartenders at Brooklyn Heights Social Club recommend the Spring Toki cocktail, which embodies the sensibility of spring by finding balance with the sweet, spicy and refreshing citrus character of the Santory Toki. It is then layered with peony flower extract, to create a light, well blended mix of fruity and herbal notes. Good for both whiskey and non-whiskey drinkers a like, it is the perfect onset to a spring cocktail. The Spring Toki Cocktail Ingredients 1.5 oz Santory Toki 1/2 oz ancho verde 4 dashes butterfly pea extract 3/4 oz lemon juice 3/4 oz honey syrup 2 dashes orange bitters 1/2 egg white Method Add all parts excluding the Santory Toki and stir Add Santory Toki and dry shake for 10-15 seconds Add ice and shake for another 10-15 seconds Double strain over a martini glass Serve up with a lemon twist. Join us at Brooklyn Heights Social Club to enjoy the Spring Toki cocktail with views of the New York City skyline. Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy Immunity Boosting Juice Blends from 1 Hotel South Beach There’s no better time to strengthen your immune system with all natural ingredients. Our Culinary Director at 1 Hotel... View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel South Beach Ingredients First Our People Wellness Nourishing New York City While we all grapple with the impacts of a global pandemic, COVID-19 has increased food insecurity for even more of our most... View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel Central Park 1 Promise Field Report Ingredients First Our People Introducing Our Resident "Farmista" Jill Volat here, the resident "Farmista" at 1 Hotel West Hollywood. In collaboration with 1 Hotels, I spearheaded the creation... View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel West Hollywood Ingredients First Our People To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.