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T E L L T H E M YO U W E R E H E R E

DRINKS LIST

CONT ENTSCOCKTAILS & PUNCHES THROWING PUNCHES ...........................................................................................................................................................1

SOUTH OF THE BORDER ..........................................................................................................................................................3

ESCAPE TO PARADISE ......................................................................................................................................................... 6 FEMME FATALES ......................................................................................................................................................... 9

PROTAGONISTS ........................................................................................................................................................12

THE GOLDEN AGE ........................................................................................................................................................15

THE CLASSICS........................................................................................................................................................18

GIN SERVES....................................................................................................................................................... 19

DRINKS CABINET BOTTLE LIST.....................................................................................................................................................21

WINE LIST.................................................................................................................................................... 27

SINGLE SERVES Spirits ....................................................................................................................31

Beers & Ciders .............................................................................................42

Soft Drinks & Mixers ..............................................................................43

Water ...................................................................................................................44

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Brought to California from Peru around the mid-

1800s, this updated version draws on the writings

of Rudyard Kipling where he describes the drink as,

Compounded of shavings of cherubs wings, the

glory of a tropical dawn, the red clouds of sunsets

and the fragments of lost epics by dead masters.

PISCO PUNCHPisco / Lychee / Strawberry / Hibiscus

7.95

According to the Philadelphia Telegraph, this

classic American born Punch may date back as

far as 1795. With most crediting Charles Godfrey

Leland, a lawyer and member of the Schuylkill;

the Philadelphian fishing club, responsible for

unleashing it upon the world.

FISH HOUSE PUNCHRum / Cognac / Peach Brandy / Nutmeg

7.95

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DAIQUIRI #3Rum / Maraschino / Grapefruit / Lime

Created in El Floridita, Cuba, this double Daiquiri

is said to be the brain child of one Ernest Papa

Hemmingway who resided there during the 1930s.

It was said he could pack away half a dozen on

any given afternoon and up to twelve when the

company was right. We have replaced the sugar

(Ernest was diabetic) with Maraschino Liqueur

and given the drink length with

Grapefruit Juice.

In 1937, an Englishman named William J. Tarling

published the Caf Royal Cocktail Book featuring

the Picador; a combination of Tequila, Cointreau

and Lime. Pre-dating the beloved classic by

nearly 20 years, it is a Margarita in all but name;

re-routing its origins from sunny Mexico to

rainy ole England. In our version, we use White

Grapefruit and Agave Nectar to add a bit of

sunshine back to the drink.

7.95

PICADOR HIGHBALLTequila / Agave Sec / Grapefruit Juice / Lime

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Created by Don the Beachcomber in his

Hollywood bar around 1934, this is the drink most

responsible for creating the Tiki craze. The original

recipe was a closely guarded secret and Don only

ever revealed his recipe to his most trusted staff.

Today, after countless years of research, exactly

what was in Dons house mix is still not

known in its entirety.

1930S ZOMBIE Rum / Falernum / Absinthe / Grapefruit

8.50

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Spanish for Free Cuba, a cause adopted by the

people of the country during their struggle for

independence and concocted around the mid-19th

century in Havana. At its core, this is simply a Rum

and Cola with a twist of Lime. Weve tried to

elevate it to something a little more refined while

trying to stay true to the principles of

the original.

CUBA LIBRERum / Mexican Cola Syrup / Lime / Prosecco

7.95

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TRADE WINDSRum / Apricot Brandy / Coconut / Lemon

A late bloomer on the Tiki scene circa 1970s.

Revived by Jeff Berry, this drink evokes elements

of the Pia Colada but in a lighter, more

balanced drink.

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Created by Bartender Ngiam Tong Boon at the

famous Raffles Hotel in Singapore, this is widely

regarded as the countrys national drink. At

the time, women could not be seen to consume

alcohol in public and so the talented bartender

seeing a niche in the market, created this pink

hued drink resembling fruit juice.

SINGAPORE SLINGGin / Cherry Brandy / Benedictine / Grenadine / Pineapple Soda

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PEAR BELLINIProsecco / Pear Puree / Lemon / Meadowsweet

Invented sometime between 1934 and 1948 by

Giuseppe Cipriani, founder of Harrys Bar in Venice,

and named the Bellini because of its unique pink

colour (it reminded him of the toga worn by a

saint in a 15th century painting by local artist

Giovanni Bellini). In this anglicised version, the

Peach is replaced with Pear and the fragrant

herb Meadowsweet.

The Kill Devil Daisy is derived from two terms:

Kill Devil - a phrase used to describe early rums

that were slightly less refined on the pallet and the

Daisy - a classic style of sour cocktail usually

sweetened with Grenadine and topped with cold,

refreshing Soda and garnished with

Seasonal Fruit.

KILL DEVIL DAISYRum / Yellow Chartreuse / Raspberry / Lemon

7.95

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LUMIS AMOURAmaretto / Black Bush / Lemon / Peach Bitters

Bernardino Luini was a painter from Northern

Italy and a student of Leonardo da Vinci. In

1525, he was commissioned to paint a church

sanctuary in fresco, as a dedication to the Virgin

Mary. Needing a model to depict the Madonna,

a young widowed innkeeper would volunteer and

eventually become his lover. As a woman of

simple means, she made this as a gift to

show her love.

D R I N K S L I S T D R I N K S L I S T

Official cocktail of New Orleans, the Sazerac is

said to have been invented by Antoine Amde

Peychaud, a Creole apothecary who immigrated

there from Haiti around 1830. It was served to his

patients as a toddy mixing his Bitters and Sazerac

de Forge et Fils Cognac. This was later subbed

out for American Rye Whisky and Absinthe and

popularised by a bar called the Sazerac Coffee

House, who served it as their signature cocktail.

SAZERACRye / Cognac / Absinthe / Peychauds Bitters

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The predecessor to the modern day Martini

cocktail, the Martinez originates in the 1800s,

although who actually invented it or the original

recipe remains a mystery leading anywhere

from the Bay area to New Yorks Knickerbocker

Hotel. First mentioned in print in 1884, our recipe

more closely relates to one from Jerry Thomas

published in his 1887 book; it swaps out Curacao

and Angostu

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