Cocktails made with fresh juices, house made syrups, classic and creative bitters and the best ingredients we could get our hands on.
2018 Summer Cocktail Collection
The Fix - Low ABV$8
30ml Coffee Peanut Butter Cold Brew, Fernet Branca, Maple Syrup.
Need a caffeine fix? Here you are. This blend of cold brew coffee, locally produced by Ron Roy of 30ml Coffee Co., Fernet, and Maple syrup is shaken hard, and served ice cold. Incredibly refreshing, and just enough caffeine that we can finally tell people, “Yes, we do serve coffee, kind of...”.
Campfire Shandy - Low ABV$10
Walkerville Pilsner, lemon juice, ginger beer, smoked with applewood.
This one had to be brought back by popular summertime demand. We have an applewood smoked snifter, filled with a Walkerville Pilsner blended with lemon juice and ginger beer. Kick back and enjoy the summer vibes.
Toki Whiskey, Dillons Vermouth, Green Chartreuse, Millefiori, lemon peel and allspice bitters.
Herbaceous and alcohol forward, the Hourglass is elegant and complex, but beautifully balanced. Toki, meaning “time” in Japanese, will make you want to take just that, your time, when drinking this one. Savour.
40 Creek Barrel Select Prosciutto Wash Whisky, Lillet Blanc, Demerara Syrup, Black Walnut Bitters, Kosher Salt, muddled pear. Goat Cheese Pistachio Garnish.
Full bodied, rich, salty goodness. This sipper is for after dinner as a dessert, or for anyone who wants a luxurious velvet cocktail. If you have a walnut allergy, please skip this one. Not vegetarian.
Appleton Estate Rum, Walnut Orgeat, Cointreau, lime juice.
The classic summertime hit - remixed with walnut instead of almond orgeat. Between Trader Vic and Don the Beachcomber, we don't know exactly who invented it (not looking for an argument here), we are just really happy it exists. If you have a walnut allergy, please skip this one.
Pike Creek Rum Finish Whisky, Benedictine DOM, Campari, Vanilla Ginger Syrup, Calamansi
We ‘Stick Tight’ to our friends. That’s the notion, and basis, of our own Jeff Renaud’s award winning cocktail from Campari week this year. This rendition is a compilation of ingredients, inspired by his friends, brought into perfect harmony. The flavours stick tight in this one, just like our crew!
Havana Club 3 Anos, Lemon Lime Syrup, Dehydrated Serrano, Smoked Strawberry Foam.
Take a strawberry daiquiri, and throw it away. Now go back to the drawing board and make an awesome, slightly spicy, modernist style daiquiri. Use really good rum. Balance it with reduced and sweetened citrus, and you have the Smokeberry Daq. Perfect for summer FYI.
Cazadores Reposado Tequila, Patron Mango, Passionfruit Syrup, Lime Juice, Egg White.
A riff on a classic sour to suit the season. Silky and smooth, you drink it first to clean the palate. (You get that movie reference, and you are all set for the night.) This cocktail may go down as one to fight the mojito for all time classic summer cocktail.
Dead & Divine$15
Siete Misterios Mezcal, Green Chartreuse, Capo Capo Aperitif, Lime Juice, Cucumber Juice, Peychaud's Bitters, Absinthe Rinse.
Dead & Divine - it can potentially wake the dead, but if you're already alive it will be divine. The smokiness is subdued by the crisp clean flavour of cucumber and citrus, while the Chartreuse lends a beautiful spice blend to keep your taste buds tingling.
Pisco, Raspberry Syrup, Basil, Tiki Party Bitters, Lemon Juice
This swizzle style cocktail was created for one reason - refreshment. Common theme on this menu, but it is summer. Peruvian spirits blended with fresh raspberry syrup, basil and citrus, swizzled until ice cold - it always tastes like another one. Be cautious - these go down easy, but they have a little punch to them.
Cazadores Reposado, Zubrowka, Capsicum Syrup, Lime Juice, Lady Grey Tea.
A hint of spice, bison grass, bell peppers and cayenne together with aged tequila and neutral spirit with the zest of Lady Grey style tea. This cocktail is unique, to say the least. It is elegant in design and execution, and will be like nothing you have ever had before, in the best way possible. A little bit of spice, but not too much.