OLD FASHIONED || the "Old Fashioned" was said to have been given its name at the Pendennis Club founded in 1881 in Louisville, Kentucky ||
Infused Breckenridge bourbon, sweet vermouth, bitters, Luxardo cherry, orange oil — on the rocks. (booze-forward, a touch of sweetness and a couple healthy dashes of bitters.)
SANGRIA BLANCO || 18th Century, Spain ||
white wine, seasonal infusions — served long over ice. (A unique taste experience that changes with the seasons)
FRENCH 75 || World War I Era ||
gin, prosecco, infused citrus & earl grey honey — served up. (The combination was said to have such a kick that it felt like being shelled with the powerful French 75mm field gun)
DUTCH RUSSIAN || Hotel Metropole, Brussels (Circa 1949) ||
VanGogh Double Espresso Vodka, homemade coffee liqueur, fresh cream — served long over ice. (Because some things simply just work)
SAZERAC || New Orleans, 1830, arguably earlier ||
rye, raw sugar, absinthe, orange bitters, orange oil — served up. (the classic New Orleans cocktail. notes of anise, cinnamon, clove and brown sugar)
SIDECAR || London or Paris, Circa 1915. The first recipe for the Sidecar appears in 1922, in Harry MacElhone’s Harry’s ABC of Mixing Cocktails ||
brandy, pear brandy, curacao, lemon juice, orange juice, orange oil — served up with a sugar rim. (citrusy, sweet and nutty. pairs perfectly with chocolate. or broken dreams)
DARK N’ STORMY || England, British Royal Navy (Circa 1860) ||
dark rum, lime juice, ginger beer — served long over ice. some cocktails don't need much to make them shine. ginger, lime and a hint of bubbles. (perfection)
Dulce Vida Lime Tequila, seltzer, fresh lime tart and refreshing.
Dulce Vida Grapefruit, seltzer, orange essence perfectly balanced.
Dulce Vida Pineapple Jalapeno, seltzer, fresh jalapeno sweet with a touch of spice.
Tullamore D.E.W., coffee liqueur, Bittersweet house roast, vanilla infused whipped cream
SPICED MULLED WINE
red wine blend, fresh citrus, Vino Vermouth di Salida Rosso, mulling spices