Winning cocktail: Genmai
2oz Beefeater 241oz orange juice1/4oz Kumquat syrup1oz cacao mucilage macerated in Genmaicha tea1/2 egg white
Garnish with Genmaicha tea.
Shake all ingredients with ice and serve in a cocktail glass.
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