On this week’s blog, we cover the launch of completely redesigned drinks and wine menus – plus some exciting additions to our desserts menu.
Our new drinks menu features an all-new design, with a featured drink from each cocktail section. This showcases the ingredients and instructions on how you can make your favourite Fazenda cocktail at home.
Below you can find a favourite, one our Leeds team created almost 8 years ago and which turned into our signature cocktail.
18.75ml Santa Teresa Claro rum
18.75ml Velho Barreiro cachaça
50ml pineapple juice
50ml guava juice
12.5ml Velvet Falernum
12.5ml lime juice
1 dash of Angostura bitters
Combine all ingredients, except the bitters, into a Boston cocktail shaker tin and shake well with cubed ice until the tin feels ice cold. Strain the cocktail into a long glass filled with fresh ice cubes. Top the glass up with crushed ice and use a dash of Angostura bitters to add a drop of colour and aroma. To garnish the cocktail we use a pineapple leaf, lime wedge and an edible flower.
Our brand-new wine menu is sure to impress. We’ve redesigned it to make it more concise, making your choice of wine even clearer. We’re pleased to have several new additions in this menu as well, which we’ll be featuring here on the blog in the next couple of weeks, and which we think you’re going to love, Fazendeiros.
You’ll also be able to see all wines available to be served using Coravin technology throughout the menu and identify them via their logo.
We have some very exciting additions to this menu, Fazendeiros. We don’t like changing our desserts menu in its totality because we like to keep those you love best, so our Executive Chef Fran Martinez has simply introduced some new creations we think you might fall in love with.
Chocolate lovers? Our take on a classic Sundae might be your next favourite dessert at Fazenda.
Chocolate in So Many Ways…
And when our Executive Chef Fran Martinez used ‘so many’ in that description, he meant it.
This chocolate lovers’ dream starts with chocolate sauce, then layers of chocolate brownie, white chocolate mousse, milk chocolate mousse, chocolate crumble & chocolate popping candy topped with a scoop of white chocolate ice cream and salted caramel chocolate shards.
Some might say that’s too much chocolate in one small dish. What do you think, Fazendeiros?