Ounce Gin works remarkably well in a White Lady. The orange & vanilla notes from the gin compliment the orange liqueur and citrus within the cocktail. Chin chin!
A pre-prohibition cocktail that has made a come back over recent years. The addition of a splash of red wine differentiates it from a Whiskey Sour and gives it an interesting twist worth trying.
If you love all things coffee then you’ll be a crazed fan of the Dominicana. The gently layered cream and touch of sugar helps to cut through the strong drink, making for a very tasty sipper.
The Old Fashioned is true to the cocktail definition; spirits, bitters, water & sugar. Usually recipes call for a Bourbon or Rye Whiskey but today we’ve used a Hybrid Whiskey – essentially a Bourbon & Scotch blend. Personally I like the sweet spiciness from using a rye whiskey yet this is a good tweak on the classic nonetheless.
A thoroughly impressive tiki style cocktail with beautiful aromatics and herbaceous notes. Created by Jeffrey Morgenthaler, manager of Clyde Common in Portland, Oregon. This is a MUST try!!
The Cobbler has been around since the early 1800s. It’s such a versatile drink and riffs on the sherry cobbler (such as this one) are easily made by incorporating seasonal muddled fruit or syrups. I highly recommend a Pineapple Cobbler!