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‘The Roadhouse Bar menu focuses on sustainability,’ says Dylan, ‘and we are trying to approach a zero-waste cocktail program. Feels Botanicals is in line with our ethos of supporting local, quality, craft produce – it uses a unique combination of native botanicals and this adds a level of complexity and sensorial journey in the drinks, while delivering more mouthfeel, but without the need for additional sugar.’

Every Sunday in February and March, you can visit the Roadhouse for Feels Botanical eau de vie cocktails, delicious food, and changing weekly live music – which kicked off last Sunday with Franki Music and Friends.

While you’re soaking up the beats, treat yourself to a Basking Tommy’s Margarita with Dylan’s zero waste orange liqueur, made from left-over bar scraps (orange peel and flesh) which is fermented in alcohol. It’s packed with flavour and pairs beautifully with the hemp, quandong and kakadu plum botanicals in Feels Botanical Bask eau de vie grape spirit. Stir together with agave and lime juice, and you have the perfect Tommy’s Margarita.

Small batch spirits in the Feels Botanicals range, such as ‘Bask’ and ‘Vivify’, are distilled from 100 per cent Australian grapes. The range is 100 per cent Australian owned, and free from grains, gluten, preservatives and added sugars. The eau de vie grape spirit Feels Botanical can be purchased directly from their website, or at the Suffolk Park bottle shop, Sunrise Cellars, and The Little General Store in Newrybar. Cocktails can also be enjoyed at local venues, including Bang Bang, Raes on Wategos, Harvest Newrybar, Super Natural, Daughter in Law, and Mez Club. 



The Roadhouse: 142 Bangalow Rd, Byron Bay

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