For a fine dining experience in downtown SoHo in New York City, consider the Osteria Morini restaurant. Chef Michael White serves great tasting Emilia-Romagna cuisine and after a wonderful meal, try a Luce del Sole cocktail.
Summer is the ideal time to enjoy a delicious summer cocktail. The Luce del Sole means “sunlight” in Italian and is made with FACUNDO NEO. The cocktail also includes honey syrup, Montanaro liquore in addition to a bit of floral flavors from the Dandelion Burdock bitters.
Osteria Morini is a casual Italian restaurant that’s a very popular place to dine for both visitors to New York City as well as locals. The establishment is perfect for either a romantic couple or large groups.
Whether you meet friends for a drink after work, or want to try a cocktail during or after your Italian meal at Osteria Morini restaurant, enjoy a Osteria Morini cocktail.
If you would like to make this cocktail at home for your next party or social gathering, here is the recipe.
Luce del Sole by Osteria Morini
– 2 parts FACUNDO NEO
– ¼ parts Honey Syrup (4 parts honey, 1 part water)
– ½ part Montanaro Liquore alla Camomilla
– Dash Dandelion Burdock Bitters
– Lemon twist
– Orange twist
Combine ingredients in a glass shaker, stir and strain over large ice in a double Old Fashioned glass. Express oils from lemon and orange twists and trim to rectangles. Garnish twists as an X.