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PS40's New Cocktail Menu Will Help You Forget That You're Not Still Partying at Dark Mofo

Even if you weren't there, the carbonated mulled wine concoction should sooth any lingering FOMO.
By Marissa Ciampi
June 28, 2019
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PS40's New Cocktail Menu Will Help You Forget That You're Not Still Partying at Dark Mofo

Even if you weren't there, the carbonated mulled wine concoction should sooth any lingering FOMO.
By Marissa Ciampi
June 28, 2019
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It's time for another menu change at CBD cocktail haunt PS40 — and this one will transport you to ten of the world's best festivals. The PS40 Festivus cocktail menu, as it's been named, will launch for a limited time this Saturday, June 29, and we reckon that's your weekend drink plans sorted.

There are ten new cocktails all up, each named for one of the team's favourite festivals. And, as usual for PS40, they sound next-level. We're particularly eager to try the Day of the Dead, a creamy mezcal concoction with mole, Chartreuse, maraschino and a whole egg. As well as the drink named for Tasmania's winter solstice fest Dark Mofo — this one is a carbonated mulled wine with cardamom, mountain pepperberry and sandalwood.

Others on the list include Nevada Desert's Burning Man (gin and Seedlip Garden with smoked pea), Germany's Oktoberfest (white rum and raspberry bier mixed with cured strawberry, lime and egg white) and Japan's Cherry Blossom Festival (rum, vermouth, beetroot and orange bitters).

Wes Nel

Alternatively, you can grab your American friends and take a seat at the Thanksgiving dinner table by sipping on this rye whiskey cocktail that's been combined with sweet potato, sage and egg white. If you're a food-lover, the Into the Wild might be your go-to — it's inspired by a food festival run by Argentinian chef Francis Mallmann and Krug Champagne and combines macadamia-washed vodka and verjus with salt-baked pineapple and basil.

In true festive fashion, the venue has also been dolled up with pops of colour and heaps of new lightly themed posters — including the cocktail menu, which will now be printed on A0 sized paper and become a feature of the bar design going forward.

While there are no exact dates for how long these newbies will be available, the cocktail menu at PS40 changes every two-to-four months and these won't make a comeback, so grab 'em while you can.

Find PS40 at Skittle Lane, Sydney. The PS40 Festivus cocktail menu launches on Saturday, June 29.

Images: Wes Nel

Published on June 28, 2019 by Marissa Ciampi

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