The Fairmont Miramar Turns Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness

This October in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Santa Monica’s iconic Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows is showing its support by lighting our 80 ft. high Moreton Bay Fig Tree pink, all month long, as well as offering two new pink cocktails with proceeds benefitting Making Strides of Santa Monica.

For the month of October guests and locals can enjoy two refreshing new cocktails, while supporting the fight against breast cancer. The first cocktail available at FIG and our newly redesigned Lobby Lounge is the Amass Gin Faerie Collins. Made with female-founded Amass gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, and Faerie Fizz, the botanical taste notes of Amass gin adds a light and thirst-quenching taste perfect for a girl’s night out, pre-dinner drinks, or casual sipping.

Amass Gin Faerie Collins
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Yola Rosa
gin and two cocktails on a brick wall with the sun setting in the background

If gin is not your specialty, head over to The Bungalow, one of Santa Monica’s top bars and try the Yola Rosa. Featuring more female founders, Yola mezcal, mixed with fresh lime juice, organic cane syrup, and rose & hibiscus extract. The historic Santa Monica hotel – celebrating their 100th year serving & supporting the community in 2021 – will be donating 20% of proceeds from both cocktails to the local breast cancer fundraising society, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Santa Monica.

Additionally, Fairmont Miramar Heartists will be supporting Making Strides of Santa Monica by participating in their annual fundraising walk on Saturday, October 23, 2021. The Miramar encourages locals to join them in walking with Making Strides and to give back where they can this month.

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