Gŏng launches Miscellany of Inventions menu

20th September, 2018 by Nicola Carruthers

Lost in Asia

Ingredients: Aged Genmai Sake, Barley Shōchū, apple, banana, sparkling Nigori, citrus,

This long serve is inspired by the ancient Chinese invention the compass. While its exact origins are unclear, the compass is thought to have been popular amongst fortune-tellers in the Qin Dynasty (221–206BC), who used the lodestones to construct their fortune-telling boards.

It is garnished with Peychaud’s Bitters and served in a metal Russian teacup holder.

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