Here at TTS, we are known to bring you recipes of dishes from some of the best restaurants in NYC. We have swooned over The Black Ant’s guac, fell in love with Brucie’s penne Brussels Sprouts pasta, and still even fantasize about Vinegar Hill’s House cask iron chicken (so much drool). But now, we are turning the tables by bringing you a one-of-a-kind cocktail recipe that is just too good to be part of a regular ole round up.
The Eddy’s Bedrock Fizz is the type of drink that you’ll always want to tell your friends about. It essentially looks like a delicious science experiment topped with fruity pebbles. You heard right: This out-of-this-world pink cocktail is made with Fruity Pebbles-infused Aperol that is topped with your favorite kid cereal. It’s seriously hard to hate this drink. The Bedrock Fizz itself was created by Kevin Uffre and it’s a modern take on the New Orleans classic Ramos Gin Fizz. The drink alone will take approximately 10 minutes to make. But don’t worry, in the mean time, they’ll quench your thirst by giving you a small appetizer drink in a tea cup called The Eddy’s 7th Regiment Punch. When the Bedrock Fizz does arrive, we recommend putting the straw aside, because the only way to drink this cocktail is by diving head first into its fruity mixture by sipping through the frothy foam of sweetness and then getting a mouthful full of delicious fizziness that will easily tickle your insides.
If you are intrigued about the drink and want to make it in the comfort of your own home, then below is the recipe to make all your unicorn rainbow dreams come true.
1 1/4 ounces Fruity Pebbles-infused Aperol
¾ ounce Greenhook Old Tom Gin
¾ ounce cream
½ ounce fresh lemon juice
½ ounce fresh grapefruit juice
½ ounce apricot brandy
½ ounce 2:1 gum arabic syrup
1 egg white
Sprinkle of fruity pebbles
- Mix egg white, heavy cream, fresh squeezed grapefruit juice, fresh squeezed lemon juice, simple syrup, fruit based brandy (apricot), green hook old time gin, and most importantly, fruity pebble infused aperol in a shaker. Flipping it to trap the air so that it emulsifies.
ADD SOME OXYGEN
2. Open up the shaker a couple times to introduce some oxygen, and finally throw a spring in at the end.
3. Add some pebbled ice and shake until the ice is melted
POUR INTO A GLASS
4. Pour into a chilled glass, add some cold club soda, and freeze!
5. After the drink freezes a bit (can be around 10 mins), take our The Bedrock Fizz, poke a hole in the middle, and pour cold club soda into the hole. The egg white at the top will rise, forming a merengue
6. Sprinkle with fruity pebbles!
If you can’t wait to make this drink, try jumping in a cab and driving down to The Eddy and ask for the Bedrock Fizz. Your mouth won’t regret it.
Feature image via Vanessa Granda