Now you can make the Yola Mezcal drink created by Andres Basile from Almaträdgård served at our psychedelic beauty party as well as the fortune cookies we baked for our guests. Costume make each fortune for ultimate effect!
Yola Mezcal drink
40 ml Yola Mezcal
20 ml of raw red pepper juice
25 ml of fresh lime juice
10 ml of sugar syrup
10 ml of agave syrup
2 small pieces of red chilli
Place the chilli in a lo-ball glass, gently tap it around the edges of the inside of the glass. Top up with cubes of ice.
Shake the ingredients, strain over the cubes.
Garnish with lime and edible flowers.
Use environmentally friendly straws made from Vass.
2.5 dl powdered sugar
2 dl wheat flour
0.5 dl Maizena corn starch
A pinch of salt
1 tsp vanilla sugar
75 g butter, melted and cooled
1 zested lemon
Preheat oven to 175 degrees.
Butter a baking tray.
Write the fortunes on approximately 5 cm long strips of paper.
Beat the egg whites until a solid foam. Add the sugar a little at a time and whisk to a meringue batter.
Mix the dry ingredients then swift it into the batter.
Mix well. Add the butter and lemon zest and stir.
Click out 1 tbs batter on the plate at least 10 cm apart.
Shape the batter into thin and even rounds with the back of a spoon, about 7 cm in diameter.
Bake only a few cookies at a time, because you have to be quick and fold them together before they solidify.
Bake for about 8 minutes or until the edges start to colour.
Place a message in the middle of each cake while it is still warm and fold the cake together.
Then bend it over the edge of a bowl. Let cool.