Cocktails made with fresh juices, house made syrups, classic and creative bitters and the best ingredients we could get our hands on.
English Velvet (2.75 oz)$14
Drinking this cocktail is like slipping into a velvet onesie - we think so, anyways. The soft character of this cocktail is completed with light notes of ginger & lemongrass, rounded with orange, and finished with light notes of chocolate and coffee.
Ginger/Lemongrass Infused Sipsmith, Grand Marnier, Red Wine, Simple Syrup,
Lemon Juice, egg white
Three Skylarks (3 oz)$16
Creator of Becherovka, Josef Becher, was a spice trader in the old Czech Republic. Josef’s market was called ‘The Three Skylarks’, where he would source his ingredients for this Eastern European Bitter. The balance of the spirits comes from the addition of crisp cucumber & basil, which lends an aromatic touch on the finish.
Bacardi 8, Becherovka, Disarrono Amaretto, Lime juice, Peach Bitters - Bittersling, cucumber, basil
Saturn V (2 oz)$12
The Saturn V (Five) was the rocket that took man to the moon. This Caipiroska will do the same, but with the pepperiness of the Arugula, and crisp balance of apple and lemon.
Pinnacle Vodka, Lemon Juice, Cane Sugar, Apple, Arugula
Captains Chair (2.5 oz)$14
Not entirely related to Cpt. Jean-Luc Picard of the Enterprise, more related to the actual chair, and the idea of where you will feel you are when you sip this complex, peated Highland Park based cocktail. No Seinfeld 'puffy shirts' needed to feel classy with this one.
Highland Park 10 yr, Amaro Lucano, Capo Capo, Cherry Syrup, Bittercube ‘Jamaican #1’
Autumn Flip (2 oz)$14
The quintessential fall blend of ginger, nutmeg, allspice, and clove. You may know it by its street name - Pumpkin Spice. Put it together with buttermilk, maple syrup, and wheated bourbon, and you are delivered a masterpiece of sweater weather beverages.
Makers Mark Bourbon, Buttermilk, maple syrup, pumpkin spice, egg
Essex County Fashioned (2 oz)$12
Agriculture is indispensable to our daily life here in Essex County - especially the harvest of corn. Corn is sweet, delicious, and a terrific addition to the alcohol process. The best bits we remember as kids are the toasted pieces, which are lathered in butter from the cobb. Picture that, with the familiar feel of a campfire and the balance of double oaked bourbon.
Jim Beam Double Oak, charred corn stalk, syrup, Charred Cedar Bitters
Wolfs Grin (2 oz)$13
The Wolf’s Grin is mischievous, seductive, fierce. An invigorating cocktail with a delicate balance, but full in flavour of ancho chilies, smoky mezcal, bay
leaf, lime and chocolate.
Creyente Mezcal, Ancho Reyes, Lime Juice, Bay Leaf Syrup, Chocolate bitters
Bijou (3 oz)$15
This late 1800’s cocktail by the famous Harry Johnson was named the ‘Jewel’ after the colours of the ingredients: Gin for Diamond, Vermouth for Ruby, and
Green Chartreuse for the Emerald. Perfectly balanced with orange bitters.
Beefeater gin, Dolin Sweet Vermouth, Green Chartreuse, Wesleys Orange
F&B Manhattan (2.5 oz)$12
Our house variation of the classic. We always serve it this way, and it’s perfect for fall.
Canadian club 100% rye, Amaro Averna, Byrrh, Angostura bitters