RHUBY TUESDAY 25th DECEMBER with Jolene cadwell
With only two more girls behind the bar – in comes a colorful and a little shaky Jolene Cadwell from Papaji’s in Bristol.
She opened up with the line ‘not rocky – too cocky’ when she showed some nerves pouring the first drink. The response was a massive cheer from a lively audience and she got stuck in.
With flaming personality and a poem with memories from childhood stating;
‘What are little boys made of?
Snips and snails, and puppy dog tails. That’s what little boys are made of.
What are little girls made of?
Sugar and spice and all things nice – that’s what little girls are made of’ - the judges were captured.
All things nice
50 ml Rhuby Liqueur
25 ml Green Island Spiced Rum
25 ml freshly squeezed lime juice
10 ml ‘pinked’ cinnamon sugar syrup
50 ml Prosecco
Add all ingredients except Prosecco into Boston shaker. Quickly shake and double strain into pre-chilled glass with crushed Rhubarb & Custard sweet rim Top with Prosecco. Serve with rhubarb & custard sweets.
Her small frame had nothing to do with the power of her force and personality. Jolene had Rhuby down to a dream in regards of product understanding and mixability.
Her classic twist on the Collins was a surprising and beautiful serve where the fresh and gentle rhubarb taste came into real force.
Last but not least she finished with ‘in for a penny in for a £’ containing rhubarb compote itself and served with a short-bread.
Her innovative and true to rhubarb approach was refreshing, balanced and innovative. Jolene is a true Rhuby personality.