Hotel New Otani’s new SDGs-themed cocktail uses spinach grown in compost from hotel kitchen’s food waste
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Japan’s Hotel New Otani’s TheBar Capri will be adding a new cocktail to their already renowned menu, this time with an SDG motivated drink called the “Re.Sprout” as a part of their zero waste initiative. The spinach-based cocktail will be part of a a limited menu only available from December 1st, 2021 to February 28th, 2022.
This new cocktail is a part of Hotel New Otani’s SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), and the 4th of “sustainable cocktail series” at Bar Capri. Using spinach as a main ingredient grown from the hotel restaurant compose soil, world champion bartender Hiroki Yoshida has created a healthy yet sophisticated gin base cocktail, “Re.Spouted”. Combined with apple and lemon juice, it has a fruity and floral finish to it. This can also be served as a non-alcoholic cocktail, too.
In Hotel New Otani, a total of approximately 5 tons of food waste is created daily from all of their 37 restaurants and bars. In an effort to achieve SDGs, they created a food recycling network with local farmers, and have accomplished a 100 % recycle rate of their food waste.
Price: (With or without alcohol) 2,500 yen
Available from December 1st , 2021 to February 28th, 2022 4 pm to 11 pm (L.O. 10:30 pm)
Hotel New Otani, Bar Capri
4-1 Kioicho Chiyoda Tokyo, 102-8578