Hanukkah is now in full swing. To celebrate, Brookline hot spot Regal Beagle has concocted eight drinks — one for each night, get it? — named for Hebrew letters. L'chaim!
Here's the menu:
א Alef (“Hanukkah Gelt”): Reyka vodka, Goldschlagger, and white cranberry juice
ב Bet: Earl Grey tea-infused gin, lemon juice, honey
ג Gimel: Russian Standard vodka, Domaine De Canton liqueur, lime juice, muddled lime wedges
ד Dalet: Pierre Ferrand cognac, Mathilde XO orange liqueur, apple cider, lemon juice
ה Heh: Lunazul Reposado tequila, lime juice, Gosling's ginger beer, muddled lime wedges and Amarena cherries
ו Vav: Old Overholt rye, grape juice, simple syrup, lemon wedge, mint sprigs
ז Zayin: Vanilla-infused Maker's Mark whiskey, Regan's orange bitters, sweet vermouth
ח Chet ("Last Ner," a spin on the Last Word cocktail): Bulldog gin, Luxado maraschino liqueur, green Chartreuse, lime juice
[Lovely drinks, all in a row.]
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