Here’s what guests were drinking at A Ma Maniére sip and shop event in Atlanta

Hendrick’s Gin Collaborates with Atlanta’s Luxury Boutique A Ma Maniére on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 Photo Credit: A Ma Maniére, @maniere_usa

Holiday cheers to Hendrick’s Gin, the world’s most unusual gin, who brought the “Cultivate the Unusual” philosophy to life with a lively, intimate shopping experience at the luxurious streetwear boutique, A Ma Maniére, on Marietta Street.

The Surrealist Sip & Shop event featured custom artwork by local Atlanta artists Bwrightous, Paper Frank, Markeidric and Lavan Wright decorated throughout the walls of the store. The experience brought together over 100 of Atlanta’s tastemakers and creative thinkers including designer OriginalFani, DJ OHSO, Looklive founder Scooter Taylor, DJ Trap, culture curator Trevon Williams among other dynamic artists in attendance.

Throughout the night, guests shopped and sipped on refreshing Hendrick’s Gin cocktails such as the Cucumber Southside, the Cucumber Lemonade and the classic Fall All Over. Sip & Shop is one of a series of unique, collaborative events with Hendrick’s Gin to showcase and celebrate Atlanta’s creative class paving the path for future generations.

See below for recipes courtesy of Hendrick’s Gin brand ambassador Fred Parent.

Cucumber Southside
Ingredients:
1 ½ oz Hendrick’s Gin
1 oz mint simple syrup
1 oz fresh lemon juice
½ oz fresh cucumber juice
Method:
Shaken and strained over fresh ice in a long glass. Garnish with cucumber wheel.

Cucumber Lemonade
Ingredients:
1 oz Hendrick’s Gin
1 oz Fresh Lemon Juice
1 oz Simple Syrup
Sparkling Water
Method:
In a long glass combine ingredients. Add ice, top with sparkling water, give a gentle stir and garnish with a cucumber spear.

Fall All Over
Ingredients:
1 ½ oz Hendrick’s Gin
¾ oz cloudy (unfiltered) apple juice
¾ oz fresh lemon juice
Method:
Shake and pour into a long glass, and finish with ginger beer.

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