The Punch Romaine was paired with one of the final courses for first class passengers aboard the Titanic. Originally served as a granita – we serve it on crushed ice for ease. Rum, citrus and sparkling wine partner up for a light and refreshing Spritz.
The Cucumber Coupe exhibits several similarities to a Southside. Cucumber and Prosecco are welcome additions to this spritzed up version.
A fizzy take on the classic Negroni cocktail recipe. Simply swap the gin from a standard Negroni recipe for a splash of Italian Prosecco.
The Qui Oui is an incredibly tasty twist on the very popular Italian drink, the Aperol Spritz. The elderflower liqueur and kiwi syrup bring sweetness to this slightly bitter drink, making it very easy to drink. First created by Nico de Soto of Mace in New York.
The Aperol Spritz has become hugely popular in recent years. It’s a low alcoholic, refreshing sipper perfect for the warmer months. Whilst only slightly bitter, I like to sweeten it up a little.