Show time!

The time has come to whip out those cocktail glasses, stock up on ice and get ready to host your friends and family for some festive season fun. This spicy creation from Umhlanga’s hottest new cocktail spot, The Beach House, is sure to impress your guests!

About The Beach House
Cocktails feature front and centre at newly opened The Beach House restaurant and bar in Umhlanga. Situated in the heart of Umhlanga Rocks, this contemporary, vibey spot generously serves up strong drinks, cool cuisine and good times! Offering a wide selection of unique and authentic cocktails, customers are encouraged to interact with the bartenders, so you feel a part of the entire process – from glass selection to ingredients and garnish! The restaurant has a funky ocean and beach theme and an award-winning mixologist in the house to whip up your beverage of choice or surprise you with one of his unique hand-crafted drinks.

The Fallen Siren
You’ll need:
50ml good quality tequila, 25ml cinnamon syrup, 25ml orange juice, 25ml lemon juice, ¼ teaspoon activated charcoal.

To make:
Place all ingredients into a shaker. Shake hard shake with ice and then strain into a glass filled with ice. Flame cinnamon over the cocktail (check out some Youtube videos on how to do this safely) to garnish and zest with orange peel.

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Details: www.thebeachhousedbn.co.za, [email protected],
FB: @TheBeachHouseDBN IG: @thebeachhousedbn
031 943 3044, 20 Protea Mall, Chartwell Drive, Umhlanga

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