Could the Tiramisini Be Brisbane’s Best Cocktail?

Could the Tiramisini Be Brisbane’s Best Cocktail?

This is one newcomer you won’t want to miss.

By Sarah Tayler | 12th February 2018

We know. It is a BIG call. But we think we might just have done it. We have found Brisbane’s best cocktail.

Cocktails hold a special place in our heart. More glam than a schooner of beer, but just as acceptable as a daytime tipple, there is a cocktail for every occasion.

Image: Giphy

Image: Giphy

So, what makes a good cocktail? There are several factors to consider. Fruity or creamy, fresh and fizzy or thick and slushy, short or long, sweet or sour. We could go on. The best cocktails perfectly accompany the food and ambience of the location, have a balanced mix of flavours with just a kick from the spirit detectable. With this in mind, may we introduce the Tiramisini.

If you love adding new cocktails to your rotating list of faves then like us you will fully appreciate the masterful invention that Italian restaurant Casa Cibo has come up with.

Half cocktail, half desert, the brand new Tiramisini carefully combines the classic Italian dessert, the tiramisu, and an espresso martini.

Tiramisini

The new addition to their cocktail list is made up of vodka, Kahlua, cream, cold press espresso, crème de cacao, and chocolate syrup, finished off with a dusting of cocoa powder.

Located in Westfield Chermside’s newest dining precinct, Casa Cibo offers rustic Italian fare, from wood-fired pizza to fresh handmade pasta and their homemade desserts.

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Launched last weekend the Tiramisini is already proving to be very popular, here are five reasons we think it could be Brisbane’s best cocktail.

1. It will help you save money by being a desert, a coffee and a cocktail.
2. It has chocolate in it.
3. It has coffee in it.
4. It has vodka in it.
5. It is preceded by home-cooked carby Italian goodness, and comes in a fancy glass.

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Article by Sarah Tayler

Sarah Tayler is the Sub Editor at Style Magazines. With a penchant for parmies, pinot gris and all things outdoors, Sarah can often be found hiking, biking or frolicking in the ocean. She loves exploring and has a terrible habit of booking international flights after a few too many vinos, much to her husband's despair.