01 Mar 2016

Our team is always looking for a fun twist on the honored tradition of “something blue.”

When a recent bride and groom asked for a blue signature cocktail, we turned to Banquet Beverage Manager John Kao who created a delicious cocktail that’s a colorful take on the classic French 75. Meet the Blue 75…

Blue 75 Cocktail at The Breakers - Sip Your 'Something Blue'

Whip up the “Blue 75” at home…

What You’ll Need:

  • 1 oz. Berry Vodka
  • 1/4 oz. Blue Curacao
  • 1/4 oz. Fresh Lime Juice
  • Dash Simple Syrup
  • 4 oz .Sparkling Wine

How To:
Combine first four ingredients in a champagne flute and top with sparkling wine. Garnish with a red raspberry or cherry (before you pour in the sparkling wine) and serve with a smile!

{If you make an Blue 75 at home – or use any of our Something To Sip On
recipes – take a photo and share it to our Facebook page}

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06 Oct 2015

This October, in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The Breakers is going pink with a specially crafted cocktail – meet the Pink Ribbon Martini. This delicious sip will be featured at HMF, Echo and The Seafood Bar.

Pink Ribbon Martini at The Breakers Palm Beach

Join us: Order the Pink Ribbon Martini during the month of October
at HMF, Echo or The Seafood Bar and The Breakers will donate 10 percent
of the proceeds to Susan G. Komen South Florida.

Honoring a breast cancer survivor at home? Whip up the Pink Ribbon with our special recipe…

PINK RIBBON MARTINI

What you’ll need:

  • 2 1/2  oz. Nolets Silver Gin
  • 3 oz. Fresh Watermelon Juice
  • 1/2 oz. Thai Chili Basil Simple Syrup
  • 1/4 oz. Fresh Lime Juice
  • Pink Rose Petal Garnish

How to:

Combine Nolets Silver Gin, Thai Chili Basil Simple Syrup and Fresh Lime Juice into a cocktail shaker. Shake well and strain into a martini glass.  Add Fresh Watermelon Juice and garnish with a Pink Rose Petal. Serve with a smile…

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Cinco de Mayo may celebrate the Mexican victory over France in 1862, but at The Breakers, we feel it’s important to drink to both sides of the Battle of Puebla on this fifth day of May. But we won’t just raise any glass – we’ll raise a Cointreaurita!

Cointreaurita
{Photo by LILA PHOTO}

Created by The Breakers’ master sommelier Juan Gomez – originally from Mexico City – and Richard Lambert, of Rémy Cointreau – originally from Angers, France – the Cointreaurita is the perfect blend of Mexican independence with a French influence. The eclectic drink also makes a delicious specialty cocktail.

Mix up a Cointreaurita at home…

How to:

  • 3 oz of Patrón silver tequila
  • 1 oz sweet and sour mix
  • 1/2 oz fresh squeezed yuzu
  • 1 oz Cointreau
  • Serve with Cointreau spheres and salty foam

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We’re throwing it back this Thursday — all the way back to the 1890s — to the era of The Breakers’ founder, Henry Morrison Flagler.

When Flagler launched the Palm Beach social scene, what did he serve his guests? Almost certainly, they drank punch. In honor of the Golden Age, the HMF bartending team has crafted a punch worthy of it’s namesake — meet the Flagler Punch.

Flagler Punch

The perfect special treat for a vintage-themed wedding, rehearsal dinner or bachelorette party, we just love this delicious concoction.

At HMF, the Flagler Punch is served in small vintage punch bowls, complete with ladles, perfect for parties of two or four. You’ll almost feel Henry looking over your shoulder as you take a sip…

What you’ll need:

  • 2 oz Maker’s Mark Bourbon
  • 1 Sprig Rosemary
  • Equal Parts Pineapple Juice and Grapefruit Juice
  • ¾ oz Local Honey
  • ¾ oz Vanilla Simple Syrup
  • 1 oz Grenadine

How to:

In a shaker, combine Maker’s Mark Bourbon, Rosemary, Honey and Vanilla Simple Syrup.  Muddle, add ice and shake.  Strain into Beer Pilsner over fresh ice.  Add equal parts Pineapple Juice and Grapefruit Juice.  Top with Club Soda and float with Grenadine.  Garnish with Orange Cherry Flag and serve with a smile!

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