From May 6 – September 1, make your way over to Tujague’s, a local favorite in the French Quarter District, for a Grasshopper Cocktail! The Corsican-mint flavored crème de menthe (French for “mint cream”) and crème de cacao, as a style of chocolate liqueur, is a must-try when visiting New Orleans! And the best part of it all… it’s FREE (if you’re a Hilton Honors Member).

Hilton Honors members have the opportunity of receiving this complementary drink just by showing proof of your Honors account and posting a picture on your social channel!

How to Redeem:

  1. Order a Grasshopper at Tujague’s and take a photo of it.
  2. Post it on your Facebook or Instagram account.
  3. Tag @tujagues_restaurant
  4. Hashtag #HiltonsOfNOLA and#HiltonPromotion
  5. Set the location as “Tujague’s Restaurant.”
  6. Show your post, and proof of Hilton Honors membership to the bartender or server to get your Grasshopper for free!

Complimentary Grasshopper for Hilton Honors guests from May 6, 2019–September 1, 2019. Limit 1 free Grasshopper per person per day.

About Tujague’s
Tujague’s, New Orleans’ second oldest dining institution, is the birthplace of brunch and home
to the oldest stand-up bar in America.

History of the Grasshopper
Shortly after the turn of the century, the Guichet family purchased Tujague’s from founders Guillaume and Marie Tujague. Philibert Guichet invented the drink that would become known as the Grasshopper, for a 1918 cocktail competition in New York City. Guichet’s cocktail secured a second-place finish and became so popular back home in New Orleans, that it’s held a permanent spot on the Tujague’s cocktail menu ever since.

Tujague’s Adaptation of 1918 Recipe:
1 oz. BOLS White Crème de Cacao
½ oz. BOLS Dark Crème de Cacao
½ oz. BOLS Green Crème de Menthe
¼ oz. BOLS White Crème de Menthe
⅛ oz. Brandy
2 ½ oz. Heavy Whipping Cream

1. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice
2. Shake vigorously
3. Strain into a champagne flute
4. Top with Brandy floater

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