Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Blue Duck Tavern Unveils a New Collection of Winter Cocktails

Isn't She Lovely at Blue Duck Tavern

From our friends at Blue Duck Tavern...

Guests Can Seek Winter Solace and Cozy Up with Seasonal Libations Featuring Local Spirits and Seasonal Ingredients

Blue Duck Lounge & Blue Duck Tavern at Park Hyatt Washington, located at 24th and M Streets, NW, are pleased to unveil a collection of new winter cocktails. Guests can look forward to handcrafted libations showcasing a variety of seasonal herbs and fruits, spices, and house-made infusions. There are 10 new cocktails as well as two new winter “warmers” just in time for snowy weather. Among the newcomers is a new cocktail collaboration with One Eight Distillery, The All-American, featuring Untitled #3, a sourced six-year-old wheated bourbon aged in local vigilante coffee barrels, creating a smoky whiskey with notes of bittersweet chocolate and roasted coffee, and paired with house amaro and white peppercorn. This exclusive cocktail is priced at $20.

The new tempting libations including the Uptown Sour made with rye, yuzu, and mulled wine; the La Manzana made with tequila, apple, rosemary, and jalapeño; the Power & Passion made with rum, cinnamon, passion fruit, and sage; the Push It made with yellow chartreuse, red pepper, and Szechuan; the Fig 75 made with gin, fig, mandarin, and Champagne; the Perfect Eyebrows made with vodka, cranberry, ginger, and lime; the My Christmas Tree Is Still Up made with rhum, vanilla, and peppermint milk; the Isn’t She Lovely made with vodka, Cappelletti, and burnt rosemary; the Fancy Tea made with whiskey, Lapsang Souchong, and elder berry, and the Not Too Sweet made with gin, blood orange, and tarragon. Cocktails are priced at $16.



Guests can also keep warm on the cold winter evenings with Blue Duck Tavern and Lounge's “Warmers,” including the Chartreuse Hot Toddy made with green chartreuse, cardamom, and Genmaicha, or the Dulce Amor made with mezcal, chocolate, cinnamon, and Espelette coffee, priced at $16. Finally, those seeking a non-alcoholic refreshment can opt for Blue Duck’s seasonal “mock-tails” like The Kalorama is made from a combination of weekly rotating seasonal shrub, lime cordial and club soda, or The Mule with seasonal jam and ginger beer, priced at $9.

About Blue Duck Tavern:
Located in the Park Hyatt Washington, at the corner of 24 and M Streets, NW, the dining room of Blue Duck Tavern is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily - breakfast from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM; lunch from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM; dinner from 5:30 PM to 10:30 PM on Sunday-Thursday and 5:30 PM to 11:00 PM on Friday-Saturday; and Saturday & Sunday brunch from 11:00 AM to 2:30 PM. The restaurant has seasonal outdoor seating for 45 guests, a semi-private dining room for up to 12 guests, and a Chef’s Table situated adjacent to the open kitchen seats up to 20 guests. Reservations for Blue Duck Tavern may be made by calling (202) 419-6755 or by visiting www.blueducktavern.com.

About Park Hyatt Washington:
Park Hyatt Washington combines dynamic modernism with classic American style. Located in the fashionable West End Georgetown neighborhood, near Embassy Row and the Smithsonian Museums, Park Hyatt Washington affords guests convenient access to shopping, dining, and cultural attractions of the nation’s capital. With 216 guestrooms and suites, a Tea Cellar offering rare and vintage tea selections, and an intimate Spa Room, Park Hyatt Washington provides a truly unique experience. The hotel is home to the award-winning restaurant, Blue Duck Tavern, an elegant neighborhood tavern offering menu selections focusing on the freshest ingredients available from regional purveyors. Park Hyatt Washington offers flexible meeting and event space, The Gallery, with seasonal catering by Executive Chef Franck Loquet. To make a reservation for Park Hyatt Washington in the U.S. or Canada, please call 1(800) 778-7477 or visit www.parkhyattwashington.com.