JuicyChef's Boisson Bar Recipes
JuicyChef's Summer Peach Soda.

For the 10th anniversary staging of Kingston Kitchen, I wanted to do a little something different. During the pandemic, under my Nyam & Trod brand on Instagram, I created three seasons of home bar cocktail videos between 2020 and ended them in early 2022. Many people expressed to me that they wanted to taste them in real life, so I jumped at the opportunity to create a pop-up bar to make this a reality for those who have been loyal supporters of Kingston Kitchen and JuicyChef over the years.

I was blessed with an amazing team to make this dream a reality. Sarah Jackson of Simply Jim Dandy who designed the look and feel of Boisson, my amazing stylist Trudi Hamilton who executed my vision for rustic Caribbean chic in her own inimitable style, and my amazing bartenders Luke, Ovando and Kenny who served my cocktails with a smile to the wonderful Kingston Kitchen patrons.

Of course, the Jamaica Observer is my original media home, so it's only apt that I share them with you so you can create your own home bar drinks with loved ones for your entertaining pleasure. Special heartfelt thanks to my sponsors at CPJ Ltd and Pure Country Juices who sponsored my boutique bar execution by providing their amazing premium products. Finally, thanks to my mentor, Novia, for giving me the space to share the cocktail love with you. Please remember to drink responsibly and stay hydrated with lots of water. You must be 18 years and older.

Cheers to home bartending!

Boisson pop-up bar founder Jacqui "Juicy Chef" Sinclair.
Grey Goose (left) and Bacardí on display at Juicy Chef Boisson bar.
Jacqui "Juicy Chef" Sinclair's Boisson bar menu board (Photo: IG:@juicycheffoodie)
JuicyChef's Passion Fruit and Ginger Mojito.
JuicyChef's "Sugarloaf" Mocktail.
Jacqui "Juicy Chef" Sinclair's Boisson bar was quite the rage at Kingston Kitchen: The Night Market.

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