The list of Sangria was impressive; there were only 3 selections for both white and red, but the ingredient list alluded to some completely different flavour profiles. We chose the Latin Kings; a blend of Hennessey V.S, Tuaca (a vanilla-citrus liqueur), lemon juice, cloves, cardamon, cinnamon, star anise, OJ and red wine. I couldn’t help but think of the similarities to mulled wine and how good a glass of that would be on a cold night in Canada!
Latin Kings Sangria ($45/carafe)
Fries w/ Truffle & Parmesan Aioli ($9)
As the sun set, we had another lovely walk along the riverbank back to New Farm. In the late-afternoon sun, the water sparkled and I couldn’t help but feel perfectly content at the decision that I had made to move to another continent on the opposite side of the planet.
We had mustered up an appetite on the walk home and as we climed the steps to M&J’s apt., I could smell the earthy aroma of Josh’s slow cooker lamb curry wafting down the staircase. He had also made some homemade Naan bread, and when he ladled the curry into bowls, we all sat back for a comfoting home-cooked meal in the place I now call “home”.