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Chef versus Watson: Remedy Bar
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Chef Versus Watson: Remedy Bar

A new cocktail concept that does not give you what you want, but gives you what you need.

Remedy Bar

Do you have an exam coming up and would you like a Smart Brain? Been stressed out and could you use some Calmness? Would you like to treat your gut well and do you prefer a Happy Belly? Or do you want to be ready for anything and Boost your Immune System?

The Remedy Bar is our latest concept pop-up bar (now also translated into the Remedy Box) where you tell us what you need, and we make a cocktail for your personal health goals. Research shows that certain ingredients are connected to certain health benefits. We have used this newfound knowledge to develop 5 cocktails, made from high quality ingredients, to serve you the drink that you need.

The Carrot Chamomile Margerita

This exciting, modern interpretation of the Margerita serves you a vegetal, floral and refreshing cocktail at the end of a long day.


  • Calle 23 Tequila Blanco
  • Triple sec
  • Carrot juice
  • Lime juice
  • Chamomile syrup
  • A dash of Gimber ginger juice
  • Dried lime slice
  • Himalaya salt with lemon and chamomile
  • Add your own: ice cubes


Pour the chamomile syrup on a small plate and dip the rim of the glass in it. Then roll the rim of the glass through the sea salt. Fill a tumbler glass with ice and pour the liquid ingredients and the remaining syrup over ice into the glass. Stir the ingredients well with a bar spoon. Top off the drink with a few drops of Gimber ginger. Garnish the drink with a lime slice. Enjoy!

Health benefits

Research suggests that eating carrot, especially its fiber, is body cleansing and contributes to healthy gut flora. In addition, the slightly spicy ingredient ginger is associated with strengthening the immune system. Next, chamomile is known as a calming herb, helping your mind and body unwind after a long day of work.

This motivated us to play with a mixology classic, the Margerita. By combining carrot, ginger, lime and chamomile syrup with a white tequila we create a modern interpretation of this world-famous cocktail.

The Kyoto Spring

This Japan-inspired “green-tini” is reminiscent of the vegetation in the ocean and a perfect pairing with seafood. We present you a green, vegetal, light and bold cocktail.


  • Honey-Matcha syrup
  • Lemon juice
  • Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur
  • Belvedere Vodka
  • Cucumber ribbon and candied ginger to garnish
  • Add your own: ice cubes


Add all ingredients (all except cucumber ribbon and candied ginger) into a cocktail shaker and dry shake vigorously without ice for 3–5 seconds. Add ice and shake 15–20 seconds or until properly diluted and chilled. Pour through a fine mesh sieve into coupe or cocktail glass, and garnish with cucumber ribbon and candied ginger on a cocktail stick. Enjoy!

Health benefits

Green tea is traditionally known to induce mental clarity, cognitive function, physical activation and relaxation. Recently, a special green tea, matcha tea, is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the world and is frequently referred to as a mood and brain food. Matcha tea consumption leads to much higher intake of green tea phytochemicals compared to regular green tea. The phytochemical L-theanine alone improved relaxation, tension, and calmness. Additionally, green tea and therefore matcha, is very high in beneficial anti-oxidants.

Additionally, ginger and honey are reported to have anti-inflammatory effects. By combining these ingredients we created the Kyoto Spring, helping you to get some calmness while improving your mental performances and boost your immune system.

The Garden Sour

Solving the problem of what to drink when you are not drinking, a delicate and refined alcohol-free cocktail.


  • Seedlip Garden 108
  • Cloudy Apple Juice
  • Lemon Juice
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Sprig of Rosemary & Thyme
  • Dash of Sugar & 1 Egg White
  • Add your own: Ice cubes


Place the thyme and half the rosemary in the cocktail shaker and muddle together with the first ingredients, the lemon juice and vinegar. Add the rest of the ingredients, except the garnish, and shake vigorously for a few seconds. Add ice and shake once more, then strain through a fine mesh sieve into the coupe glass. Garnish with a rosemary sprig. Enjoy!

Health benefits

Although fiber in any form is helpful, there are some types that are particularly important when it comes to keeping the gut bacteria in good shape. These are known as ‘prebiotics’. A prebiotic is a special type of plant fiber which your body can’t digest but which encourages the growth of good bacteria in the gut. One could say that prebiotics could be considered as a sort of fertilizer for the gut microbiome. Apples are rich in fiber, and therefore they make your belly happy. Furthermore, many dried herbs like thyme, rosemary and basil are rich in anti-oxidant polyphenols. We created a delicate and well-balanced prebiotic non-alcoholic cocktail with Seedlip, which is a gin without alcohol, cloudy apple juice, apple cider vinegar, rosemary and thyme.

The Aztec Cafe

A play on the classic Espresso Martini with a Cuban coffee liqueur and notes of Aztec chocolate, an ideal after-dinner drink.


  • Bébo Cuban Coffee Liqueur
  • Cold brew coffee
  • Belvedere Vodka
  • Aztec Chocolate bitter
  • 3 coffee beans
  • Add your own: ice cubes


Shake all ingredients (all except the bitter and the coffee beans) with ice in a cocktail shaker. Pour the cocktail through a fine mesh sieve into a (martini) cocktail glass. Drop 3 large drops of Aztec Chocolate Bitter on top of the cocktail and garnish with three coffee beans. Enjoy!

Health benefits

Coffee, and more specifically caffeine, is associated with alertness, improving the processing speed of the brain. Second, bitter and dark chocolate is associated with improved learning abilities and better performances during complex mental tasks. The flavonoids that are absorbed when chocolate is consumed penetrate and accumulate in the brain regions involved in learning and memory, especially the hippocampus. These flavonoids increase blood flow to the brain, promote the formation of new neurons, improve the functioning of existing neurons, enhance connections between them, and protect them from death caused by free radicals. To help you improve you mental performance and enjoy these ingredients we created a cocktail out of a rich Cuban coffee liquor, vodka and a delicate bitter of Aztec chocolate.

The Amaro Choco Negroni

This is a great alternative to the classic Negroni, bold, strong & pleasantly bitter with warming notes of various spices, chocolate and caramel.


  • Amaro Ramazzotti
  • Lillet Rouge Red Vermouth
  • Plymouth Gin
  • Aztec Chocolate Bitter
  • Orange peel &
  • Amarena cherries
  • Add your own: ice cubes


Place ice in a low tumbler or whiskey glass. Pour over the Amaro Ramazzotti, then add the red vermouth, the gin and top off with a few dashes of chocolate bitter. To finish, cut the orange peel and garnish with the peel and cherries. Enjoy!

Health benefits

The widespread use of concentrated extracts from plants, mainly herbs and spices, for medicinal purposes and immune system boosts is well known. Plants which are high in bitters often contain many antioxidant phytochemicals, which are associated with creating resilience in the immune system. Often these extracts come with strong but refined bitter flavors, and because of this, they also have been introduced in the world of mixology to add a specific flavor edge to drinks. Furthermore, the consumption bitter chocolate has been associated with improved learning abilities.

We combine the bittersweet, herbal liquor Amaro Ramazotti with red vermouth and topped it off with a few drops of Aztec chocolate bitters, creating a play on the iconic Italian cocktail, the Negroni.

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