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There are plenty to call out, from the Hug A Wild Cat (cachaca, pisco, El Jimador Blanco with gooseberry jam and kumquat) to the Cocktail à la Louisiane (Johnny Walker Gold Reserve, oat husk infusion, absinthe and that voodoo smoke again).
A menu of colorful local dishes with Scandinavian flair—charred cabbage with gooseberries, silver hake with yellow-eyed beans, and pork collar with red banana fingerlings—is served to guests seated at the marble bar or in the open dining space.
Aromas of dill, lychee, gooseberry and grapefruit leap from the glass, and those flavors are joined by savory elements and a slight brininess — a hearty rosé for a hearty, grilled fish.
In the 1850s, in a determined effort to create a fruit industry for the Southeast, horticulturists began a selective breeding campaign for peaches and other fruits, including wine grapes, pears, apples and gooseberries.
IGK attributes the shine to a mix of ingredients including Indian gooseberry or Amla oil, which moisturizes like coconut oil, and a small dose of sea-kelp extract.
Roasted tomatoes and halved gooseberries nestle in a pool of kefir and roasted kale oil; avocado wedges rolled in roasted seeds and nuts are separated by sorrel leaves; pea tips and tendrils garnish a stack of fried cheese dumplings.
OEC's special Experimentalis series features only fresh fruits grown in the property's citrus greenhouse and fruit orchards, including gooseberries, raspberries, Meyer lemons, limes and peaches.
In addition to the horticultural offerings, a wide selection of pick-your-own fruits — from gooseberries and cherries to plums and pears — draws crowds.
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