The drink is bright green highlighted with a cherry at the top and an orange slice. It calls to you and you can't help but notice it when someone walks by. So naturally, when I saw it, I had to stop someone and ask.
"It's called a Welsh Dragon," the nice lady who was two-fisting the drinks. "At the Crown" she said.
So I headed over to the Rose and Crown located in the U.K. Pavilion and ordered up the $13.00 coctail and my only complaint is that I didn't order two.
And there it was. Someone in front of me had just ordered it as well. Naturally, I had to try it and I was not disappointed, only that I had to share it with my wife.
It is made from Peach Schnapps, melon liquor, creme-de-mente, and pineapple juice. It has a sweet note that isn't overpowered by the mint or the melon. I do recommend swirling it a bit to get the best mix but overall, it's a walkaway drink that you won't regret.
I haven't seen this before at the R&C so finding it was a nice bonus.
Overall, I would rate this higher than the Tokyo Sunrise and the Violet Saki you get at Japan and there is more of it!
Is it worth it? Absolutely and I can't wait to try and make this at home at some point!