Oxymel. A mix of vinegar and honey. One doesn’t need to believe it to be the cure-all tonic the ancient Greeks and Romans believed it to be in order to enjoy it. It has a variety of applications, even making its way into the cocktail culture.
Smoky and sweet with an optional extra kick, Pineapple Guajillo is a simple and delicious Porthole infusion. This long infusion develops its guajillo notes over time. Chile de arbol can be omitted if you prefer the gentler, smoky guajillo heat.
A deliciously nuanced cocktail with an interesting backstory is not necessarily what comes to mind when thinking of vinegar. Try his beautiful, versatile Porthole infusion, learn more about its Japanese origins, and watch us give the Porthole a serious shake in the timelapse video.