These Cocktails Would Make Van Gogh Proud
The Starry Night – Vincent Van Gogh
A view from Van Gogh’s room at the asylum at Saint-Remy-de-Provence, the work is part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New York
The Starry Night – Rajendra Limbu
Limbu uses Chalong Bay Rum, a Thai spirit made in Phuket, Frangelico, Strega, Bittermens Xocolatl Mole Bitters, fresh lime juice and finally, a dash of Blue Curacao.
The Persistence of Memory – Salvador Dalí
One of the most famous pieces of surreal art in history, Dali’s 1931 work of melting watches is hangs at New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
The Persistence of Memory – Rajendra Limbu
Limbu paints this drink with Los Danzantes mescal, Grand Marnier, ginger liqueur Domaine de Canton, Fee Brothers orange bitters; and orange juice.
Tableau #1 – Piet Mondrian
An abstract from early in Mondrian’s time in Paris, you can find the original hanging in the Museum Ludwig in Cologne, Germany.
Tableau #1 – Rajendra Limbu
Here Limbu works with a mix of Saffron gin, elderflower liqueur, Chartreuse, lemon bitters by The Bitter Truth, fresh lemon juice and grenadine syrup.