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Sn 3 - Ep 11

LINA BO BACARDI COCKTAIL*
by
Esther Choi
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Makes 1 cocktail

The sensational Italian-born architect and designer Lina Bo Bardi came to Brazil in 1946. She quickly formed an approach to architecture all her own, epitomized by her Casa de Vidro (“Glass House,” 1950–1951), which integrated a European rationalist approach with Brazil’s lush, expressive scenography. Likewise, this basito gives a nod to Italy by using basil as its green foundation. A simple concoction, its citrus aroma and herbaceous notes are suspended in an effervescent stream of bubbles, weightless and elegant, much like her home.

½ lime, cut into wedges, plus a slice for garnish
4 fresh basil leaves, plus more for garnish
2 tsp cane sugar
1½ ounces (45 ml) white Bacardi rum or cachaça
Tonic or carbonated water

Steps

  1. In a tall glass, place the lime wedges. Add the basil leaves and sugar, adding more sugar to taste if desired. Using a muddler or the end of a rolling pin, pound the ingredients until the lime has released its juice and the basil has released its oils. It should smell fragrant.
  2. Add the rum or cachaça and stir.
  3. Fill the glass with crushed ice. Top with tonic or carbonated water.
  4. Garnish with a rain forest of basil leaves and a slice of lime.

*This recipe is excerpted from Esther Choi, Le Corbuffet: Edible Art and Design Classics (Prestel, 2019).

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