3 Ways to Master Your Mixology Skills With Yamagen


ollywood starlets like Amber Heard are jetting off to the hottest restaurants around the world like Yamagen, the restaurant nestled in designer hotel QT Gold Coast, for fun winter vacations. But let’s face it, getting vacation time granted from your boss is stressful enough to drive you to drink and eat! Fortunately, re-creating specialty cocktails from Yamagen are easy breezy and Gin is all the rage!  If the warm, smooth flavors of Gin spark your interest,  Yamagen has a few that are a must try. The Utsumi Sour packs a peach punch for a flavorful and fruity cocktail. The Nama Spritzer is a perfect blend of ginger, lime and carbonated sake combined into a refreshingly healthy cocktail while the Tanqueray gives you the kick you need to keep the good times’ rollin. Trying to impress guests? Whip up a pitcher of Yamagen’s Sake It To Me. With gin, sake, lemon and muddled cucumbers, this refreshing cocktail is guaranteed to transport you to a sandy beach on the Gold Coast. Don’t fret about missing that glorious Australian escape to the gold coast and white sandy beaches, designer hotel QT Gold Coast and Yamagen are bringing the endless summer to the comforts of your home and bar.


2oz Tanqueray Gin
½ oz lime juice
½ oz ginger puree
½ oz sugar syrup

Top up with 4 oz Carbonated sake. Build in a large wine glass over cubed ice.


1 ½  oz Tanqueray Gin
12 oz peach liqueur
2 muddled aomomo Japanese baby peach
½  oz lemon

Shake all ingredients over ice and strain into a rocks glass over ice.


2 oz Tanqueray Gin
1 oz Sake
½  oz lemon
½  oz dill syrup

Muddle fresh cucumber and shake all ingredient together. Pour over ice and garnish with dill sprig.

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