Five Broadway-Inspired Cocktails for your Tony Award viewing party!

Five Broadway-Inspired Cocktails for your Tony Award viewing party!

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Five Broadway-Inspired Cocktails for your Tony Award viewing party!


The 71st annual Tony Awards recognized achievement in Broadway productions for the 2016-2017 season. Missed the show? Never fear. The Sweet Hospitality Group, the first to create show-inspired cocktails for each musical, shares five of this year’s drink sensations.

The following drinks were created for, and served, at these Tony-nominated shows: “Casa Valentina,” “Bullets Over Broadway,” “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” “Aladdin,” and “The Little Foxes,” courtesy of the Sweet Hospitality Group. Keep the celebration going. Recipes below!

Prince Ali’s Fabulous Tea – Inspired by Aladdin


3 1/2 cups boiling water

5 black tea bags

1 small bunch fresh mint

1-2 inch piece of ginger, thinly sliced

3/4 cup honey

4 cups cold water


Steep tea bags, mint and ginger slices in boiling water in a heatproof container for 20-30 minutes. Strain to remove solids, add honey and stir until dissolved. Add cold water and mix well.

The Artist – Inspired by Bullets Over Broadway


1/2 oz St. Germain

1/2 oz lemon juice

1/2 oz hibiscus-mint syrup



Fill a shaker with ice, add St. Germain, lemon juice, hibiscus syrup and bitters; shake well. Strain into a champagne flute or coupe, add Prosecco to fill. Garnish with hibiscus flower or mint springs.

The Heir Apparent – Inspired by A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder



1.5 oz gin

3/4 oz ruby port

1 oz lemon juice

1/2 oz rosemary simple syrup

Tonic water

2 dashes orange bitters


Fill a 10 oz cup with ice, add gin, port, lemon and syrup. Add tonic water to fill; top with bitters and flip to mix drink.

The Bungalow Bee – Inspired by Casa Valentina



2 oz gin

1 slice of fresh ginger, about 1/2 inch

1 oz honey syrup (1 part honey and 1 part hot water)

1 oz fresh lemon juice

3 dashes Bar Keep Spiced Lavender Bitters



In a mixing glass, muddle the ginger and honey syrup. Add ice, gin, bitters and a small splash of seltzer; shake gently to combine. Strain into a 10 oz glass filled with ice; garnish with a lemon twist or lavender sprig.

The Southern Aristocrat – Inspired by The Little Foxes




Ginger liqueur


Simple syrup

Fresh lemon juice

Slice of grilled peach


Combine all ingredients, pour into 10 oz glass and garnish with peach.

*Keep scrolling to see some of The Food Channel’s favorite cocktail recipes to add to your list!

The Burning Love Cocktail


When’s the last time you set fire to one of your recipes on purpose? This flaming cocktail is made with brandy, Sambuca, Tequila and toasted coffee beans – Delish! Click here to see the full recipe for the Burning Love Cocktail.

Sparkling Champagne Cocktail


Truly a special occasion drink, this Champagne Cocktail is simple, yet elegant. Click here to see the full recipe for the Champagne Cocktail.

Sultry Affair Tequila Cocktail


A drink to remember! Our Sultry Affair Tequila Cocktail is made with spiced apple cider, heavy cream, tequila and a blend of aromatic spices. Click here to see the full recipe for Sultry Affair.

Grapefruit Beermosa


A nice and refreshing alternative to the traditional mimosa drink made with a delicious grapefruit ale! Click here to see the full recipe for the Grapefruit Beermosa.

Virgin Rhubarb Blood Orange Cocktail


A beautiful cocktail of the best flavors of spring and summer, perfect for hot days spent under the sun. Plus, this recipe can be doubled, or tripled, and is family friendly! Click here to see the full recipe for Virgin Rhubarb Blood Orange Cocktails.


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