I have seen a few different recipes for the Pimm’s Cup. This is one of the most popular classics on our menu. Pimm’s #1, fresh lemon juice, and house-made ginger beer make the difference in this one.
The one and only vodka cocktail on the menu... Well it is the one that got Vodka to the US. Our recipe combines Vodka with fresh lime juice and house made ginger beer.
A fruity yet refreshingly tart libation containing Gin, Applejack, White Lillet, simple syrup, and citrus. This modern classic is a staff favorite for a spring time sipper.
From the famed Don the Beachcomber bar, this daiquiri riff unknown to many Tiki drinkers uses: Rum, ginger and honey for a spiced richness, acid adjusted orange juice and lime juice for a refreshing acidic kick, and is rounded off with with angostura for a botanical pop.
This classic has suffered much abuse since its origin story but, in its purest form, the Daiquiri is sublime and sweet. A delicate blend of rum's sweetness is balanced with the raw freshness of sugar and lime.
A fruity Refreshing cocktail of gin, mure liqueur, peach liqueur, ginger syrup and lime juice. Though it may leave you S’Peachless we know you will be coming back for more.
This adaptation from The Ranstead Room replaces rum for tequila. With sweet notes of honey on the forefront, tequila and lime seamlessly blend in to create a balanced refresher.
Named after the 17th-Century outlaw often cited as a sort of Scottish Robin Hood, this riff on a classic Manhattan replaces rye whiskey for scotch. However, in this variation we utilize an Australian single malt.
A tasty tribute to the great, Burt Reynolds. Bourbon, Cynar, Cherry Herring, ginger syrup and zested with a flamed grapefruit. R.I.P. Bandit!