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5 Spicy Tumeric Drinks to Try in NYC

Turmeric hails from India and Southeast Asia. Often referred to as the golden spice, it’s a member of the ginger family and has a long history of use in Ayurvedic medicine. Made from the ground roots of the flowering plant, the spice boasts a bright yellow color. Many mixologists have been using the ingredient to add some spice to cocktails, lattes, juices, and teas—here's where to find this trending spice in NYC.



Delicious food made simple. That’s Gather’s philosophy. Items on Gather’s health-conscious menu are made with seasonal ingredients, and were inspired by exotic flavors such as fennel, cilantro, mint, tahini, and turmeric. The Park Slope eatery offers a range of turmeric lattes that are made in-house from scratch with love. Offered hot or cold with the guest’s choice of milk. 341 Seventh Ave., Park Slope, Brooklyn, 718-768-2439,

The Dead Rabbit 

The Dead Rabbit

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Downtown venue The Dead Rabbit’s Beverage Director Jillian Vose entices spice enthusiasts with a new cocktail menu, which stars the Watch Tower. The libation boasts the flavors of American grape brandy and Irish whiskey with an unexpected twist of Greek yogurt. There’s also splashes of pineapple and peach, and cacao along with bright spices such as turmeric and cinnamon. “Using turmeric in a drink brings subtle and bright spice. We combine ground turmeric in a citric acid solution with lime zest to amplify this. Just a dash or two can add another layer, leaving guests going back for another sip to seek out what that underlying flavor is,” reveals mixologist Jillian Vose. 30 Water St., 646-422-7906,

Juicology Kitchen

Head to Juicology Kitchen for turmeric ginger lattes, as well as teas and juices made with the golden spice. 115 W. 30th St., 646-484-6550,

The Little Beet Table 

The Little Beet Table is a completely gluten-free restaurant in NoMad. With a mission to make wellness more accessible, LBT’s executive chef Matt Aita partnered with superfood-centric company Golde to create the Golden Turmeric Latte—a warming drink made with Golde’s Turmeric Tonic and the patron’s choice of milk. Those who prefer their turmeric in a cocktail can spice up their evenings with the Clementine & Turmeric. The bright, refreshing cocktail is made with Golde Turmeric Tonic, dark rum, amaro, clementine juice, and lemon juice. Spread the news—The Little Beet Table just introduced a Happy Hour, offered Monday through Friday from 3 to 6pm. 333 Park Ave. S, 212-466-3330,



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East Village cocktail bar Mace offers a new lineup of spice-driven cocktails created by global bar star Nico de Soto who has worked as a mixologist in 33 countries across the globe. Mace’s cocktail A-list stars 12 of the most admired cocktails ever to grace Mace’s menu since its opening in 2015. It's Turmeric is made with jalapeño-infused blanco tequila, mezcal, chicharon, cloudy apple juice, corn milk, blend of spices, coconut water, and clarified lime juiceBeverage accolades include landing on the World’s Best Bars list every year since its opening, being nominated for a Spirited Award for “World’s Best Cocktail Menu” at Tales of the Cocktail in 2016, 2017 and 2018, and beyond. Mace recently relocated to new digs and boasts a full kitchen helmed by Chef Nick Sorrentino. 505 E. 12th St., 347-866-7739,

About the Author

Regina Molaro is a freelancer writer whose work spans from luxury to fashion, art, lifestyle, and beauty. Her work has appeared in Modern Luxury Hawai‘i, as well as Bespoke Magazine and In Season—the in-house magazines at the St. Regis and Mandarin Oriental New York.

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