With the amount of liquor and liqueur in an Asian Ecstasy, it's clear a designated driver is in order. If you are seeking that warm, fuzzy feeling -- and if you have a D.D. -- head for Ginger Asian Bistro, 3100 West White Oaks Drive. Head mixologist Lynne Woodrum can make some interesting, unusual and tasty drinks at a moment's notice.
Sit in the relaxing bar, forget about the fact your teenager hasn't been able to find the perfect dress in spite of 12 trips to the mall and have a cocktail. Be a little adventurous; try the one with the Ecstasy liqueur. It has taurine, pomegranate and caffeine in it to keep you fuzzy and perky. Get a 6 oz. martini glass and a shaker for this one.
How to make it
Story published Friday, September 3, 2010 ( Volume 5, Number 5 )