1 oz St. Germain
3/4 oz Grapefruit Juice
1/4 oz Aperol
Shake with ice and strain into a cocktail coupe.
The other drink I had at Brick and Mortar was one of the first and longest lasting ones on the menu, the Sister Mary. Since Brick and Mortar's menu is mostly stirred straight spirits drinks (save for citrus-containing tall drinks, Daiquiri Time Out shots, and the occasional Fix), the Sister Mary has been a popular one for people wanting softer, citrus drinks like a Daisy. The recipe reminded me of the Bohemian that Misty Kalkofen created while at Green Street; here the Bohemian's gin and Peychaud's Bitters were swapped for tequila and Aperol, respectively. In terms of agave-based grapefruit and St. Germain drinks, Sam Treadway's Agony and Ecstasy that he created while working with Misty at Drink comes to mind; that mezcal-based drink added some spicier notes with chipotle tabasco sauce instead of bitters.