Aromatic Winter Cocktails Debut on Local Menus

A roundup of herb-infused cocktails from some of the region’s best restaurants.

Rosemary Amarena Bourbon at Davio's


From thyme to rosemary to mint, we’ve rounded up some of Boston’s best restaurants that take advantage of aromatic herbs to bring a winterized flair to your favorite cocktail. Try Davio’s new Rosemary Amarena Bourbon (the Amarena infusion is made in-house with fresh rosemary, Amarena cherries, honey, and a splash of orange juice), TAMO’s Blackberry Thyme Margarita, or Temazcal Tequila Cantina’s Cerza Fresca. Each of these sophisticated, herb-enhanced drinks make the ultimate winter cocktail.


Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse

Rosemary Amarena Bourbon - $15

2 oz. Bulleit Bourbon

1 oz. Amarena Infusion

Serve in a rocks glass and garnish with rosemary sprig

(Amarena Infusion: In a sauce pan bring to a boil: ½ cup OJ, ½ cup water, 2 tsps. honey, ¼ cup Amarena cherries & 3 sprigs of rosemary. Cool, strain and set aside)

This cocktail is available at all Davio’s locations in Massachusetts: Boston, Braintree, Lynnfield, Chestnut Hill, Foxborough


Blackberry Thyme Margarita


TAMO Bistro + Bar

Blackberry Thyme Margarita - $12

Corzo Reposado tequila, Cointreau, muddled blackberries and thyme, fresh lime juice


Cerza Fresca

Temazcal Tequila Cantina

Cerza Fresca - $13

Grey Goose, Cherry Noir, Cointreau-infused cherries, Gosling’s ginger beer, lime, fresh mint

This cocktail is available at all Temazcal locations in Massachusetts: Seaport, Lynnfield, Burlington

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