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Four Seasons Hotel Denver Partners with Iconic Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club Bringing Champagne Bar to EDGE Restaurant & Bar

EDGE Restaurant & Bar to serve variety of original cocktails from Champagne Bar with guest bartenders from Miami

Denver, U.S.A. – WEBWIRE

Four Seasons Hotel Denver has partnered with the iconic Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club bringing the award-winning Champagne Bar to EDGE Bar July 18-20, 2024. This unique collaboration will feature the Miami-based mixologists showcasing a selection of cocktails from the classic bar. Savour their signature recipes crafted with flair and showmanship while enjoying the sounds of live jazz performed throughout the evenings. The specialty cocktails will be available throughout the day, and the guest bartenders will be creating the cocktails in person from 5:00 pm until close.

The palm-fringed room of Champagne Bar reflects the soulful charm and glamour of The Surf Club’s early years, enhanced by a modern collection of imaginative cocktails and personable, knowledgeable team of experts. Also offering the largest selection of champagnes in Miami, the famous bar was a favourite destination for luminaries and celebrities, and its aura captures that golden moment in time.

Larry Olea, lead bartender at Champagne Bar at The Surf Club for the past two years, expertly oversees the beverage program with finesse and creativity. His passion for mixology shines through in every cocktail he crafts, delighting guests with innovative flavours and impeccable presentation. Olea’s dedication to elevating the beverage experience has made him a cornerstone of the bar’s renowned atmosphere, where each sip tells a story of craftsmanship and sophistication.

Montre Green, a bartender with Champagne Bar at Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club, will be joining EDGE Bar as one of the guest bartenders from Miami. Upon moving to the city of Miami from his hometown of Pullman, Washington, Green began his journey with Champagne Bar. He was motivated to elevate the cocktails, bar service, and understanding of flavour pairings, using his creativity while observing different bartending styles. At Champagne Bar, Green and his team created a cocktail menu based on the various neighbourhoods of Miami and the rich culture found in each.

Azucar! - Azucar, a beautiful ice cream parlour in Little Havana selling unique, locally-sourced flavoured ice cream, gets its name from Celia Cruz’s world-famous phrase. The flavours are inspired by the ice cream parlour while the excitement comes from the “Queen of Salsa” with her energy and flamboyant wardrobe. Milagro tequila, dry vermouth, guava marmalade

Banana Cabana - This cocktail is inspired by the iconic pools and cabanas that Miami Beach has been made famous for almost a century. Miami Beach has been an escape for people looking to vacation and enjoy long hours in the sun. Relaxing by the pool with the views of the beach paired perfectly with this tropical cocktail. This cocktail pays homage to the poolside classic, Banana Daiquiri. Banana cordial, lime peel, banana liqueur, coconut water

Big City Dreams - Hispanic culture is a very important part of Miami with a large part of the population immigrating from various countries. The dulce de leche foam in this sweet cocktail is a nod to the traditional Hispanic flavour and the Latin influence of the city. Contraluz mezcal, Centinela Eterno, lacto fermented apple (cinnamon, anise, allspice, cardamom, apples, agave), lime

Lemon City - This cocktail was inspired by Lemon City, which is the actual historical name of the area called Little Haiti today. It is believed that the area got its name from the lemon trees that thrived many years ago and the sweet smell of lemons filled the air. Engine gin, Mancino Sakura, lemon juice, lemon peel, cardamom, lemongrass, pink coconut water, carbonation

Mangareva - This cocktail is inspired by the Mangareva cocktail, invented when the Surf Club first opened. A classic poolside drink served in a coconut, the cocktail infuses the two main flavour components of the Mangareva cocktail – pineapple and coconut. The drink is a taste of the original Mangareva cocktail, creating a modern aperitivo-style drink with a cocktail sphere garnish. Coconut oil fat washed Savoia, Mancino Sakura, vermouth, pineapple, carbonation

Pikliz - Inspired by the popular Haitian food named pikliz, made with pickled cabbage, carrots, sugar, and spices. A wild sensation when it hits the palate, from sweet to spicy to sour all in one delicious cocktail. Prosciutto infused Siete Misterios mezcal, carrot hagave, fermented cantaloupe, lime

Serenity - The clear waters of Miami Beach meet the bright lights of Ocean Drive, creating a certain state of mind. Strawberry infused vodka/Mancino Ambrato Bianco, lemon, strawberry kefir, soda water

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