Boston’s most inventive bars and restaurants are welcoming the new year with antioxidant-packed cocktails.
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Take an island vacation... in a Collins glass. This low-alcohol Tiki drink is made with sherry, rum, pineapple and lime juices for some serious immunity boosting, and served over crushed ice. We’ll assume the Luxardo cherry garnish is packed with potassium and antioxidants.
There shall be no common cold for you should you imbibe this rum-based cocktail combined with cleansing lemon for plenty of vitamin C, pineapple black tea (known to help the immune system and digestion) and teapot bitters that are rich in superfood botanicals to keep you on your feet in the dead of winter.
Staying healthy just got much easier thanks to this tropical blend of papaya, banana, lime and orange juices, and ginger. “Returning from a trip to Jalisco, Mexico, that included tasting tequila from 9 until the early morning hours had me clambering for some fresh juices that packed serious health benets,” says beverage manager Kaitlyn Fischer.
Sip on Brazilian avors by way of Cambridge’s newest Italian hot spot with this cocktail loaded with acai, strawberry, chia seeds, lime juice and ginger liqueur. “We named it the Bom Bom because acai is a key ingredient,” says owner and General Manager Carmelo Bari. “We’re also really into music at Sulmona and love the classic songs by Brazilian artist Astrud Gilberto.” So drink up—and feel good about it!