What Drink Goes With Fuchs?

Posted on Nov 7, 2017 in Classical Cocktail Pairings
What Drink Goes With Fuchs?

DPO Volunteer / cocktail advisor Katrina Niemisto created a custom drink menu inspired by each piece on Wednesday’s DPO With a Twist: Spritzer set list.

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Gerardo Gombau Guerra: Apunte Betico

Vino Tinto

To really get in the Spanish feel of this piece, sit back, relax, and order a glass of vino tinto, or red wine. We recommend sharing a bottle of Las Rocas from Aragon, Spain to really get into the mood. $45

 

Rebecca Moritzky: Varied Tzlaw

DPO No. 70

Leopold Bros. Gin, Fresh Blackberries, Lemon, House-Made Cucumber Simple Syrup, Slice of Cucumber — This original piece, written and played by Rebecca Moritzky, deserves an original cocktail. Check out the DPO No. 70, this season’s signature cocktail, to complete your experience with this refreshing and palate-pleasing libation! $12

 

Deborah Henson-Conant: Baroque Flamenco

Little Sis

Habañero Tequila, Pineapple, Mango, Lime, Citrus Candy with Mexican Spice — Deborah Henson, AKA the “Hip Harpist,” is known for her flamboyant stage presence and innovation with electric harps. We think she’d enjoy a Little Sis for its balance of sweet and spicy. $11

 

Robert Fuchs: Trio in A Major, Op. 94

Baur’s Kolsch

Though we don’t have any Helles or Märzen available, a piece by an Austrian composer certainly deserves a beer. Prost! $7

 

Antonín Dvořák: Sonatina

Paper Airplane

Dickel Rye Whiskey, Amaro, Lemon, Capelletti Bitters — This whimsical piece captures the nature of children at play, gradually learning and growing. Grab a Paper Airplane and remember being a kid yourself. $11

 

Just Because…

Spritzer

Contratto Aperitif, Sparkling Wine, Lemon Twist — Light. Refreshing. Bubbly. $10

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Enjoy music (and cocktails) responsibly. Katrina M. Niemisto is a digital marketing and brand strategist with a passion for all things cocktail. When she’s not geeking out over analytics, she writes articles about booze and reviews spirits for Distiller. Yeah. You read that right. She gets paid to drink in her pajamas on the couch. She has absolutely no idea how she got this lucky. Yes, you can come over for a drink.