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<p>T E L L T H E M YO U W E R E H E R E</p> <p>DRINKS LIST</p> <p>CONT ENTSCOCKTAILS &amp; PUNCHES THROWING PUNCHES ...........................................................................................................................................................1</p> <p> SOUTH OF THE BORDER ..........................................................................................................................................................3</p> <p> ESCAPE TO PARADISE ......................................................................................................................................................... 6 FEMME FATALES ......................................................................................................................................................... 9</p> <p> PROTAGONISTS ........................................................................................................................................................12</p> <p> THE GOLDEN AGE ........................................................................................................................................................15</p> <p> THE CLASSICS........................................................................................................................................................18</p> <p> GIN SERVES....................................................................................................................................................... 19</p> <p>DRINKS CABINET BOTTLE LIST.....................................................................................................................................................21</p> <p> WINE LIST.................................................................................................................................................... 27</p> <p> SINGLE SERVES Spirits ....................................................................................................................31</p> <p> Beers &amp; Ciders .............................................................................................42</p> <p> Soft Drinks &amp; Mixers ..............................................................................43</p> <p> Water ...................................................................................................................44</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>TH</p> <p>RO</p> <p>WIN</p> <p>G P</p> <p>UN</p> <p>CH</p> <p>ES </p> <p> 1</p> <p>Brought to California from Peru around the mid-</p> <p>1800s, this updated version draws on the writings</p> <p>of Rudyard Kipling where he describes the drink as, </p> <p>Compounded of shavings of cherubs wings, the </p> <p>glory of a tropical dawn, the red clouds of sunsets </p> <p>and the fragments of lost epics by dead masters.</p> <p>PISCO PUNCHPisco / Lychee / Strawberry / Hibiscus</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>According to the Philadelphia Telegraph, this</p> <p>classic American born Punch may date back as</p> <p>far as 1795. With most crediting Charles Godfrey</p> <p>Leland, a lawyer and member of the Schuylkill;</p> <p>the Philadelphian fishing club, responsible for</p> <p>unleashing it upon the world.</p> <p>FISH HOUSE PUNCHRum / Cognac / Peach Brandy / Nutmeg</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>TH</p> <p>RO</p> <p>WIN</p> <p>G P</p> <p>UN</p> <p>CH</p> <p>ES </p> <p> 2</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>DAIQUIRI #3Rum / Maraschino / Grapefruit / Lime</p> <p>Created in El Floridita, Cuba, this double Daiquiri</p> <p>is said to be the brain child of one Ernest Papa</p> <p>Hemmingway who resided there during the 1930s.</p> <p>It was said he could pack away half a dozen on</p> <p>any given afternoon and up to twelve when the</p> <p>company was right. We have replaced the sugar</p> <p>(Ernest was diabetic) with Maraschino Liqueur</p> <p>and given the drink length with</p> <p>Grapefruit Juice.</p> <p>In 1937, an Englishman named William J. Tarling</p> <p>published the Caf Royal Cocktail Book featuring</p> <p>the Picador; a combination of Tequila, Cointreau</p> <p>and Lime. Pre-dating the beloved classic by </p> <p>nearly 20 years, it is a Margarita in all but name; </p> <p>re-routing its origins from sunny Mexico to </p> <p>rainy ole England. In our version, we use White </p> <p>Grapefruit and Agave Nectar to add a bit of </p> <p>sunshine back to the drink.</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>PICADOR HIGHBALLTequila / Agave Sec / Grapefruit Juice / Lime</p> <p>SOU</p> <p>TH</p> <p> OF</p> <p> TH</p> <p>E B</p> <p>OR</p> <p>DE</p> <p>R </p> <p> 3</p> <p>SOU</p> <p>TH</p> <p> OF</p> <p> TH</p> <p>E B</p> <p>OR</p> <p>DE</p> <p>R </p> <p>4</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>Created by Don the Beachcomber in his</p> <p>Hollywood bar around 1934, this is the drink most</p> <p>responsible for creating the Tiki craze. The original</p> <p>recipe was a closely guarded secret and Don only</p> <p>ever revealed his recipe to his most trusted staff.</p> <p>Today, after countless years of research, exactly</p> <p>what was in Dons house mix is still not</p> <p>known in its entirety.</p> <p>1930S ZOMBIE Rum / Falernum / Absinthe / Grapefruit </p> <p>8.50</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>Spanish for Free Cuba, a cause adopted by the</p> <p>people of the country during their struggle for</p> <p>independence and concocted around the mid-19th</p> <p>century in Havana. At its core, this is simply a Rum</p> <p>and Cola with a twist of Lime. Weve tried to </p> <p>elevate it to something a little more refined while </p> <p>trying to stay true to the principles of</p> <p>the original.</p> <p>CUBA LIBRERum / Mexican Cola Syrup / Lime / Prosecco</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>SOU</p> <p>TH</p> <p> OF</p> <p> TH</p> <p>E B</p> <p>OR</p> <p>DE</p> <p>R </p> <p> 5</p> <p>ESC</p> <p>AP</p> <p>E T</p> <p>O P</p> <p>AR</p> <p>AD</p> <p>ISE</p> <p>6</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>TRADE WINDSRum / Apricot Brandy / Coconut / Lemon </p> <p>A late bloomer on the Tiki scene circa 1970s. </p> <p>Revived by Jeff Berry, this drink evokes elements </p> <p>of the Pia Colada but in a lighter, more</p> <p>balanced drink.</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>Created by Bartender Ngiam Tong Boon at the</p> <p>famous Raffles Hotel in Singapore, this is widely</p> <p>regarded as the countrys national drink. At</p> <p>the time, women could not be seen to consume</p> <p>alcohol in public and so the talented bartender</p> <p>seeing a niche in the market, created this pink</p> <p>hued drink resembling fruit juice.</p> <p>SINGAPORE SLINGGin / Cherry Brandy / Benedictine / Grenadine / Pineapple Soda</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>ESC</p> <p>AP</p> <p>E T</p> <p>O P</p> <p>AR</p> <p>AD</p> <p>ISE</p> <p> 7</p> <p>ESC</p> <p>AP</p> <p>E T</p> <p>O P</p> <p>AR</p> <p>AD</p> <p>ISE</p> <p>8</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>PEAR BELLINIProsecco / Pear Puree / Lemon / Meadowsweet</p> <p>Invented sometime between 1934 and 1948 by </p> <p>Giuseppe Cipriani, founder of Harrys Bar in Venice, </p> <p>and named the Bellini because of its unique pink </p> <p>colour (it reminded him of the toga worn by a </p> <p>saint in a 15th century painting by local artist </p> <p>Giovanni Bellini). In this anglicised version, the </p> <p>Peach is replaced with Pear and the fragrant </p> <p>herb Meadowsweet.</p> <p>The Kill Devil Daisy is derived from two terms:</p> <p>Kill Devil - a phrase used to describe early rums</p> <p>that were slightly less refined on the pallet and the</p> <p>Daisy - a classic style of sour cocktail usually </p> <p>sweetened with Grenadine and topped with cold,</p> <p>refreshing Soda and garnished with</p> <p>Seasonal Fruit.</p> <p>KILL DEVIL DAISYRum / Yellow Chartreuse / Raspberry / Lemon</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>FE</p> <p>MM</p> <p>E F</p> <p>AT</p> <p>AL</p> <p>E </p> <p> 9</p> <p>FE</p> <p>MM</p> <p>E F</p> <p>AT</p> <p>AL</p> <p>E </p> <p>10</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>LUMIS AMOURAmaretto / Black Bush / Lemon / Peach Bitters </p> <p>Bernardino Luini was a painter from Northern</p> <p>Italy and a student of Leonardo da Vinci. In</p> <p>1525, he was commissioned to paint a church</p> <p>sanctuary in fresco, as a dedication to the Virgin</p> <p>Mary. Needing a model to depict the Madonna, </p> <p>a young widowed innkeeper would volunteer and</p> <p>eventually become his lover. As a woman of </p> <p>simple means, she made this as a gift to </p> <p>show her love.</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>Official cocktail of New Orleans, the Sazerac is</p> <p>said to have been invented by Antoine Amde</p> <p>Peychaud, a Creole apothecary who immigrated</p> <p>there from Haiti around 1830. It was served to his</p> <p>patients as a toddy mixing his Bitters and Sazerac</p> <p>de Forge et Fils Cognac. This was later subbed</p> <p>out for American Rye Whisky and Absinthe and</p> <p>popularised by a bar called the Sazerac Coffee</p> <p>House, who served it as their signature cocktail.</p> <p>SAZERACRye / Cognac / Absinthe / Peychauds Bitters</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>FE</p> <p>MM</p> <p>E F</p> <p>AT</p> <p>AL</p> <p>E </p> <p> 11</p> <p>PR</p> <p>OT</p> <p>AG</p> <p>ON</p> <p>IST</p> <p>S </p> <p> 12</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>The predecessor to the modern day Martini</p> <p>cocktail, the Martinez originates in the 1800s,</p> <p>although who actually invented it or the original</p> <p>recipe remains a mystery leading anywhere</p> <p>from the Bay area to New Yorks Knickerbocker</p> <p>Hotel. First mentioned in print in 1884, our recipe</p> <p>more closely relates to one from Jerry Thomas</p> <p>published in his 1887 book; it swaps out Curacao</p> <p>and Angostura for Maraschino and Orange Bitters.</p> <p>MARTINEZBarrel-aged Gin / Sweet Vermouth / Maraschino / Bitters </p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>Count Camillo Negroni was a free-wheeling Italian</p> <p>Nobleman. During one fateful visit to Florence</p> <p>and the Caffe Rivoire around 1919, he made the</p> <p>decision that the trendy American cocktail of</p> <p>Campari, Sweet Vermouth and Soda just wasnt</p> <p>enough. He asked the bartender to drop the Soda</p> <p>and replace it with Gin and so the Negroni was</p> <p>born. A simple drink that is far more than</p> <p>the sum of its parts.</p> <p> NEGRONIGin / Campari / Sweet Vermouth</p> <p>7.957.95</p> <p>PR</p> <p>OT</p> <p>AG</p> <p>ON</p> <p>IST</p> <p>S </p> <p> 13</p> <p>PR</p> <p>OT</p> <p>AG</p> <p>ON</p> <p>IST</p> <p>S </p> <p> 14</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>DARK N STORMYBlack Rum / Falernum / Ginger / Lime </p> <p>The national drink of Bermuda, the name Dark n</p> <p>Stormy was patented by Rum producers Gosling</p> <p>Brothers Ltd. Said to have been invented by</p> <p>British sailors around the time of World War 1, </p> <p>they adored the dark (almost black) Rum.</p> <p>Describing it as The colour of a cloud that only</p> <p>a fool or a dead man would sail under.</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>Created in 1916 by Hugo Ensslin at the Hotel</p> <p>Wallick in New York City, it is said to have been</p> <p>concocted to commemorate mans early foray</p> <p>into manned flight. Violet Liqueur turns the drink</p> <p>a pale blue, reminiscent of the skies above the</p> <p>clouds witnessed by the early pilots</p> <p>of the time.</p> <p>AVIATIONGin / Violet / Maraschino / Lemon</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>TH</p> <p>E G</p> <p>OL</p> <p>DE</p> <p>N A</p> <p>GE</p> <p> 15</p> <p>TH</p> <p>E G</p> <p>OL</p> <p>DE</p> <p>N A</p> <p>GE</p> <p>16</p> <p>7.95</p> <p>CLOVER CLUB Old Tom Gin / Dry Vermouth / Raspberry / Lemon</p> <p>A pre-prohibition stalwart created at the</p> <p>Bellevue-Stratford Hotel and named after the</p> <p>all-male saloon of lawyers and writers hosted</p> <p>there at the time, including the likes of WB Yeats.</p> <p>The earliest recipe in print calls for a 1/2 oz of dry</p> <p>Vermouth giving this classic a beautiful</p> <p>balance of flavour.</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>THE CLASSICS BRAMBLEGin / Crme de Cassis / Lime / Blackberry............................................................................................................................................7.50</p> <p>MOJITO Rum / Lime / Mint / Sugar Syrup............................................................................................................................................7.50</p> <p>AMARETTO SOURAmaretto / Lemon Juice / Sugar Syrup / Egg White............................................................................................................................................7.50</p> <p>COSMOPOLITANGin / Chambord / Raspberry Syrup / Cranberry / Lime Juice............................................................................................................................................7.50</p> <p>FRENCH MARTINIVodka / Chambord / Lime / Raspberry Cordial / Pineapple............................................................................................................................................7.50</p> <p>ESPRESSO MARTINIVodka / Liquor 43 / Kahlua / Espresso / Vanilla............................................................................................................................................7.50</p> <p>TH</p> <p>E G</p> <p>OL</p> <p>DE</p> <p>N A</p> <p>GE</p> <p> 17</p> <p>TH</p> <p>E C</p> <p>LA</p> <p>SSI</p> <p>CS </p> <p> 18</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>GIN SERVESMALFYMint Leaves, Orange Slice, Fentimans Bitter Lemonade............................................................................................................................................7.50</p> <p>TANQUERAY 10Grapefruit Peel, Dehydrated Lime Wheel, Fentimans Tonic.......................................................................................................................................... 8.00</p> <p>HENDRICKSCucumber Peel, Fentimans Tonic.......................................................................................................................................... 8.00</p> <p>JAWBOXHomemade Honeycomb, Fentimans Tonic.......................................................................................................................................... 8.00</p> <p>AVIATIONStar Anise, Juniper Berries, Lemon Peel, Fentimans Tonic.......................................................................................................................................... 8.00</p> <p>THE BOTANISTLemon Peel, Orange Peel, Thyme, Fentimans Tonic...........................................................................................................................................8.50</p> <p>MONKEY 47Lime Wheel, Fentimans Tonic.........................................................................................................................................12.50</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>GIN</p> <p> SE</p> <p>RV</p> <p>ES </p> <p> 19</p> <p>GIN</p> <p> SE</p> <p>RV</p> <p>ES </p> <p> 20</p> <p>D R I N K S L I S T</p> <p>CHAMPAGNELAURENT PERRIER BRUT, NV 75CL ............................................................................................................................................... 50</p> <p>LAURENT PERRIER ROS, NV 75CL ...............................................................................................................................................60</p> <p>LAURENT PERRIER BRUT, NV 1.5L MAGNUM ................................................................................................................................................85</p> <p>LAURENT PERRIER BRUT,NV 3L JEROBOAM ........................................................................................................................................... 400 </p> <p>LAURENT PERRIER BRUT, NV 6L METHUSELAH .............................................................................................................................................750 </p> <p>LAURENT PERRIER BRUT, NV 9L SALMANAZAR ....................................................................................................................................... 1,000 </p> <p>LAURENT PERRIER BRUT, NV 12L BALTHAZAR ........................................................................................................................................1,500</p> <p>PROSECCOORSOLA...</p>