One of the most iconic drinks to come out of 1920s prohibition. Courvoisier, Cointreau and lemon juice shaken double strained into a sugar rimmed coupé glass with an orange twist
The ever popular porn star. A true modern, classic Martini. Absolut Vanilia Vodka, passion fruit puree, Passoa, gomme and fresh lime juice. Served with a shot of Prosecco to the side.
You don’t tamper with the classics... Buffalo Trace Bourbon Whiskey, Demerara sugar syrup, Angostura bitters.
In 1919, in Florence, Italy, General Pascal Olivier Count de Negroni asked a bartender to strengthen his Americano cocktail. The result was a classic still used today. Plymouth Gin, Campari, sweet vermouth.
Always the life and soul of the party. Straight up or over crushed ice. Olmeca Silver Tequila, triple sec and fresh lime juice. Strained into a kosher salt rimmed glass.
Taking its name from the Manhattan club in 1880s New York. An absolute classic still popular today. Made with Buffalo Trace Bourbon Whiskey either sweet, dry or perfect, with a dash of cherry cerise and three maraschino cherries to garnish.
Named after two drunk Polynesians were heard arguing over a piece of neckwear. There are many variations of this cocktail, and we think ours is the best. Havana Club 3yo, orange Curacao, Black Seal Barbados Rum, almond syrup and fresh lime.
A twist on a classic prohibition cocktail. Johnnie Walker Black Label Whisky, lime juice, lemon juice, grenadine and a dash of apple syrup.
Absolut Vanilia Vodka, creme de mure, pineapple, dash of cherry bitters, gomme, lemon juice.
A very sophisticated cup of Joe. Absolut Vanilia Vodka, Kahlua and a double shot of our cold pressed espresso.
Old J Spiced Rum, agave nectar, fresh lime, orange bitters.
Dark & Stormy
Bermuda’s national drink. Heavy molasses with peppery ginger beer cut with lime. Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, fresh lime, ginger beer.
Havana Cuban Spiced Rum, Demerara sugar and lime juice.
Definition: Having wide international sophistication. Ketel One Citroen Vodka, Cointreau, cranberry juice, fresh lime and orange essential oils.
Recipes for this cocktail date as far back as the 1890s. Stirred not shaken. Sorry James. Your choice of Belvedere Vodka or Plymouth Gin. Wet, dry or dirty, three olives or a lemon garnish twist.
Absolut Vanilia Vodka, white creme de cacao, chocolate bitters, sugar, pinch of salt.
Wild countryside nostalgia, cleverly combining a typical British Gin and traditional British shrubbery for a winning drink. Plymouth Gin, creme de mure, lemon juice and sugar.
Rhubarb, cinnamon and orange peel notes from the Campari greet the soft ginger beer and spritz finish. Campari, Prosecco and ginger beer. Served with a lemon wheel garnish.
Its name comes from the French slang word for aperitif, which is apero. This simple orange spritzer has long been enjoyed as a summer refresher. Aperol, Prosecco and topped with soda. Garnished with an orange wedge.