Summer time is perfect time for sipping cocktails. If you’re looking for new coctail you should go to The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal. Although is non-alcoholic, this Hotel’s last concoction based on the protein-rich camel milk offers guests a taste of the Middle East in the most unique manner. This delicate work was entrusted to in-house camel milk mixologist – new profession. His job is to mix cocktails with freshly muddled ingredients such as strawberry and mint, all infused with locally sourced camel milk.
The launch of the new service coincides with one of the most important months in the Muslim calendar – the Holy Month of Ramadan kicks off July 9.
“I wanted to create something special for the upcoming holy month of Ramadan,” said Hotel’s mixologist Mohammad Daoud . “Because camel milk has a high level of protein and additional nutrients, it’s an excellent beverage to consume during Sohour, the meal taken prior to sunrise for Muslims fasting during Ramadan.”
The hotel will continue to serve the cocktails after Ramadan, so if you want to taste healthy cocktail, rich in vitamins B and C, and iron, this is an interesting and authentic opportunity for visiting Mijana, the hotel’s Arabic restaurant. The Mixologist will be on-hand to make recommendations on which camel milk flavors to pair with various dishes and can create a unique blend based on the guests’ tastes, saving their preferences for their next visit.