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Cocktails Sample Menus

  • Caipiroska


    • Absolut Vodka
    • White sugar
    • Lime wedges

    It is a classic sweet/ sour mix that can easily be created fruity and extended together with your favourite flavour.

  • Manhattan


    • Bulleit Bourbon
    • Sweet vermouth
    • Dash aromatic bitters

    You’re able to have it on the rocks or straight up, just inquire your bartender to resolve it nevertheless you like it best.

  • Lychee Martini


    • Beefeater Gin
    • Lychee liqueur
    • Lychee juice

    Since the strong flavours really complement the light lychee flavouring, we use Beefeater Gin in this martini.

  • French 75


    • Beefeater Gin
    • Lemon juice
    • Mumm Champagne
    • Sugar syrup
    • Champagne

    This drink is provided a hit of gin and also a dash of lemon and sugar.

  • Cuban Pussy


    • Grand Marnier
    • Chambord
    • Apple juice
    • Orange juice

    Long fruity and refreshing, definitely one to try in case you are a fan of Cuban rum.

  • Mai Tai


    • Appleton 1-5 Year Outdated Rum
    • Lime juice
    • Orgeat
    • Sugar syrup
    • Orange curacao
    • 1 Mint leaf

    Mai Tai is a variation of the Tahitian word for ‘great’, but we feel it really is FANTASTIC! We make ours with Appleton 15-year outdated.

  • Woo Woo


    • Smirnoff Vodka
    • Peach Schnapps
    • Cranberry Juice

    It just tastes actually excellent! It’s lengthy, fruity, disco-ey and is really refreshing. Do not be frightened to fall into it really is trap of deliciousness!

  • Old Fashioned


    • Orange slice
    • Maraschino cherry
    • Maraschino cherry syrup
    • Bourbon
    • Sugar syrup
    • Orange bitters

    Bitters, sugar, maraschino cherry and orange are stirred in to get this to classic that was a strong and smooth.

  • Tom Collins


    • Beefeater Gin
    • Lemon juice
    • Sugar syrup
    • Egg white
    • Soda water

    This late 19th Century number is exceedingly simple, and exceedingly good. That Tom guy would have been a good bloke I reckon.

  • Twisted Mojito


    • Absolut Vanilia Vodka
    • Lemon juice
    • Sugar syrup
    • Lime juice
    • Healthy mint stalks
    • Ginger ale

    It’s slightly sweeter than its Cuban counterpart. This drink is given its own accent with vanilla vodka and ginger ale to boost the minty citrus base.

  • Cosmopolitan


    • Absolut Citron Vodka
    • Cointreau
    • Lime juice
    • Cranberry juice

    This city common is a robust little citrus number complement with some cranberry and an aromatic flame to garnish. In the event that you’d like to be high a tiny bit, this drink tastes great on the rocks.

  • Sazerac


    • Cognac
    • Bourbon or rye whiskey
    • Sugar syrup
    • Creole bitters
    • Absinthe rinse

    (Can also be created without cognac, just include more whiskey)

    This really is a nearby New Orleans variation of an old-fashioned cognac or whiskey cock-tail plus it may be made with bourbon and cognac or rye whiskey. Pick one, or try both variations! (Not likely throughout happy hour though, it really is quite a powerful one…)

  • Espresso Martini


    • Absolut Vodka
    • Kahlua
    • Fresh espresso
    • Sugar syrup

    As it will cool down faster * Add the coffee first. You can also chill some espresso before-hand if you are heading to pre-make a batch to get a party. This cocktail also tastes great with vanilla vodka, rum or Cafe Patron XO.

    It is a fantastic one to begin the evening with should you have just finished work and want something to provide you with a raise for the night forward.

  • Cuban Zombie


    • Havana Especial
    • Havana 3YO
    • Havana 7YO
    • Maraschino Liqueur
    • Passionfruit Syrup
    • Grenadine
    • Lime Juice
    • Pineapple Juice
    • Aromatic Bitters
    • Havana De Maestros

    This is a great one to try, in the event you’re a huge fan of rum. It is well-balanced with a sweet-and-sour blend of pineapple, passionfruit and citrus juices while it’s strong. A traditional cocktail using a Cuban accent!

  • Bramble


    • Beefeater Gin
    • Lemon juice
    • Sugar syrup
    • Creme d-e mure

    London bartender Dick Bradsell was created by by a modern gin classic. We mix Beef Eater Gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup before capping with ice and creme de mure that is floating.