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From a douglas fir martini to a drink made with a rumored aphrodisiac and hallucinogen, find the most exotic cocktails in Seattle.
Updated: February 24, 2003
There's a strict one-per-customer limit on the Yohito, a mojito made with the African herb yohimbe, rumored to be an aphrodisiac, stimulant and mild hallucinogen.
For a quintessential Northwest experience, try the Alpine Martini--Absolute citron floating on a "snowball" of douglas fir sorbet, garnished with a pine needle.
Order a Pickletini to complement your pastrami sandwich; it's a dirty gin or vodka martini made with pickle juice.
The Bacon-Tini is not for vegetarians. It's a salty concoction of Absolut Peppar, liquid smoke, celery salt and Worcestershire, garnished with a crispy piece of bacon.
This modern sushi house's slick lounge has become a destination for fans of trendy sake cocktails.