Drinks from before and after prohibition, inspired by the ol’ U.S of A
Red Hook – 17.0
A Manhattan twist, showcasing how various vermouths and aromatised wines can affect this benchmark of classics. This is our twist on the classic.
Rittenhouse Rye Whiskey + Rosso Antico + Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur + Orange Bitters +
Smokey Old Bastard – 21.0
Tough and bitter, and we aren’t merely referencing our grandfathers here. Complex nuances of dark chocolate, biscuit, and lengthened herbal notes play across the palate
Oban 14yr Old Scotch Whiskey + Punt e Mes + Fernet Branca + Hickory Smoke
Twelve Mile Limit – 16.0
Named for the Territorial waters limit during the prohibition era, outside of which cruised the gambling and drinking ships.
El Dorado 3yr Old Rum + Hine VS Cognac + Rittenhouse Rye Whiskey + Lemon Juice +
Mark My Word – 16.0
Mark my word, this Florida highball is the freshest way to drink bourbon. A perfect introduction to the sweeter side of dark spirits.
Makers Mark + Crème de Pêche+ Orange + Lime + Ginger Beer
Whisky In The Jar – 20.0
Straight to the point without any deviation. This is heavy handed on the whisky, but smoothens with
Johnny Walker Green Label + Drambuie + Benedictine + Rhubarb Bitters + Lemon Bitters
The Smokey Bandit – 21.0
1977 brought us many things, including a small grossing film including a young Burt Reynolds. Groomed facial hair was cool, bell bottoms were hip and tequila had just begun to make headway within American bar culture.
Don Julio Reposado + Pierde Almas Dobadaan Mezcal + Hickory Smoked Maple Syrup + Apple + Bitters
Ramos Gin Fizz – 16.0
The N'Awlins staple has been resurrected. This recipe has been pinched from the 1930 print of 'La Floriditas' cocktail book. La Floridita was where the illustrious Hemingway drank.
Tanqueray Gin + Lemon Juice + Orange Blossom + Orgeat + Orange Juice + Sugar + Cream + Egg White
Note: This drink contains egg products for texture rather than flavour.
Blind Tiger Martini – 16.0
Speakeasies were the high-class establishments; ‘Blind Tigers’ were the everyman’s Prohibition era liquor joint and places like these dished out bathtub gin. We’ve made our own gin for this Martini, and matched it with artisanal French vermouth to make a delicious, unique Martini that restores a little pride to the reputation of those Blind Tigers.
House Bathtub Gin (Ketel One Vodka infused with Botanicals) + French Dry Vermouth
The Joey Ramone – 16.0
A.K.A. the 'Bitter Chocolate Negroni'.Rough around the edges with a bit of a bitter bite, much like the boys from New York. This drink hails from the infamous speakeasy, Milk and Honey, located in New York’s Lower East Side.
Pampero Selección Rum + Rosso Vermouth + Aperol + Aztec Chocolate Bitters
Fernando – 16.5
Again borrowing from the speakeasy’s of New York, Employee's Only. This moorish drink will have you pondering life’s questions. Chocolate and vanilla undertones diffuse the rich herbal melange. This drink is not for the faint of heart.
Fernet Branca + Martini Bianco + Galliano Liqueur + Mint
Mullings over the Volstead Act – 16.0
A mulled wine to warm your heart through the colder months. Served warm from our secret stash, you’re welcome to join us in rejoicing the repeal of the 18th amendment.
Cabernet Sauvignon + Spiced Blueberry Syrup (Served Warm)