Phoenix Steakhouse Debuts Low-Calorie Cocktails


To help Valley dwellers keep their bikini bods, Morton’s The Steakhouse announced its new collection of low-calorie “Spa-Tini” cocktails at its Phoenix and Scottsdale locations. The new high-flavor cocktails are under 200 calories and are $14 each. Here’s a peek at the deletable Spa-Tinis at Morton’s The Steakhouse:
Skynny Blood Orange Cosmo
1.25 oz Skyy Blood Orange Vodka
1 oz Ty Ku Soju
0.5 oz Monin Sugar Free Triple Sec
0.5 oz lime juice, freshly squeezed
1.0 oz cranberry juice
Method: Shake ingredients 25 times with ice. Strain into a martini glass.
Garnish: Orange Slice on Rim
Glass: Martini
Antioxidant Me
1.5 oz Absolut Açai Vodka
0.5 oz Monin Superfruit Puree (well shaken)
1 oz Pom Pomegranate Juice
0.5 oz lime juice, freshly squeezed
Method: Shake ingredients 25 times with ice. Strain into a martini glass.
Garnish: 2 raspberries on a pick placed inside the glass.
Glass: Martini
Lean and Green
1.5 oz Ty Ku Soju
0.5 oz Monin Agave Nectar
1.5 oz lime juice, freshly squeezed
1 oz. Soda Water
10 mint leaves
Method: Shake ingredients 25 times with ice. Double strain into a Champagne flute.
Garnish: Small cucumber wheel (1/4” thick) on rim.
Glass: Champagne
The Red Velvet
2 oz. Lindemans Framboise Lambic
4 oz. Lunetta Prosecco
.5 oz Chambord
Method: Roll ingredients in Boston Shaker with ice and strain into Champagne flute.
Garnish: 1 raspberry on clear pick over the top. Twist lemon twist over drink and discard twist.
Should be served with a foam cap.
Glass: Champagne
Skinny Rita
1.75 oz Patrón Silver Tequila
1 oz Monin Agave Nectar
.5 oz lime juice, freshly squeezed
.5 oz lemon juice, freshly squeezed
Method: Shake ingredients 25 times with ice. Strain into a martini glass.
Garnish: Lime Wedge.
Glass: Martini
For more info on the new Spa-Tinis at Morton’s The Steakhouse, visit http://www.mortons.com/.

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