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Drink This: Tiny Victories' New Blu-Tang Clan

This cocktail is just begging for an Instagram post.EXPAND
This cocktail is just begging for an Instagram post.
courtesy Tiny Victories

The name Tiny Victories makes you think the place succeeds just a little — but that's not the case with this cozy Oak Cliff watering hole. They are victorious every day, with every cocktail and with every interaction, and they recently launched a new cocktail menu.

Operating Partner Ryan Payne came up with a handful of new cocktails; some have irreverent names like Back Dat Cass Up and Grandmasterrazz. Our favorite of the new bunch is the Blu-Tang Clan. For starters, it's perfectly Instagrammable thanks to the bright blue hue from the butterfly pea curaçao and the stark contrast of the egg white. It offers a beautifully simple yet complex flavor profile — look for smoke, sweet, tart and a touch of banana, all enveloped in a rich texture thanks to the egg white. It's almost tiki-like.

Blu-Tang Clan ($10): Mezcal, agave, lime, grapefruit, egg white, butterfly pea curaçao, Banane du Brésil

Tiny Victories, 602 North Tyler St. (Oak Cliff)

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