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Louis Brisset has been tossing and spinning his shaker in some of the most luxurious hotels in the world. Now in charge of all the bars at the Royal Palm Marrakech, he shares the recipe for his creation, ‘Esprit Chai bil n’anâ’, his own version of mint tea for an aperitif – a way of paying tribute to this classic Moroccan beverage. This exclusive cocktail is a gin drink infused with green tea and fresh mint tea mixed with some elixirs of his own: verbena bitters, a syrup blending three types of citrus fruit and a few drops of orange blossom water.

Enjoy the tasting!


Royal Palm Marrakech Cocktail

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