I'm Jenner Cormier, We're here today at our beautiful bar, Isabelle, going to make you guys a few drinks with Hoshizaki ice, our preferred choice. We're going to start with some chocolate bitters, going to add in 2 dashes of those. Followed by some fresh meyer lemon juice, and a barspoon of homemade yellow plum jam. You could substitute in just about anything, in this case. Anything seasonal, anything with some nice sweetness, some nice brightness. That'll act as our sweetening agent as well. We're going to add a little bit of fresh mint, just going to use some of the leaves, leave that sprig for garnish. We're going to add some overproof bourbon, a nice healthy ounce. Followed by an aromatized wine, full French. So we're going to add some ice in here, give it a good shake. Today, we're lucky enough to be using Hoshizaki's crescent cube, which is going to give us a really nice chill on the drink without over diluting. Now we're going to fine strain this into a chilled glass. See we don't have many ice shards? It's that wonderful, dense, crescent cube we used. Going to quickly chill down our mixing vessel, with this wonderful 1" cube from Hoshizaki. We're going to jump right in, 2 dashes of bitter truth Jerry Thomas bitters, followed by a healthy half ounce of moscow, we will follow that up with a nice artichoke flavored amaro. Tie that drink together with Plantation's pineapple rum. So we're stirring this drink with Hoshizaki 1" cubes, they're nice and dense, so we're going to get a really wonderful chill with just the right amount of dilution that we're looking for. We're going to strain that into a nice, chilled, old fashioned glass, and we're going to express an orange zest over the surface of the drink. I think that far too often, ice is overlooked as a main ingredient in drink making. You can depend on Hoshizaki's ice to produce a consistent, final product.
Ice is a main ingredient in proper drink making, and thanks to Hoshizaki, you'll always have a dense, perfect ice cube for drinks. Watch this video to learn more about how Hoshizaki ice aids in making wonderfully chilled products every time.