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CLASSIC MARTINIS AND THEIR VARIATIONS

Dry Martini
(Gin & Noilly Prat)
A million different cocktails in one recipe; just tell us which gin you prefer and if it's shaken or stirred, neat or on the rocks and served with an olive or a lemon twist. Or do you like it “dirty” with some olive brine?

Vodka Martini
(Vodka & Noilly Prat)
Like the dry martini, just with vodka instead of gin.

Smokey Martini
(Botanist Gin & Port Charlotte 7)
A martini infused with the distinctive flavour of Islay. Both these spirits are distilled at the same distillery which makes this martini a little special.

Vesper
(Plymouth Gin, Stolichnaya & Lillet)
In Ian Fleming’s book “Casino Royale”, James Bond explains to the bartender how to mix his martini and later names the drink after Vesper Lund, his love interest, who, like most of his affairs, turns out to be a double agent.

PRE-DINNER DRINKS

Daiquiri
(Havana Club Añejo Especial, Fresh Lime Juice & Gomme Syrup)
One of Hemingway's preferred drinks while he was living in Cuba. Generally a daiquiri is made of rum, lime juice and sugar shaken and served straight up, but it can also be enjoyed on the rocks or frozen (the latter usually as a fruit daiquiri). Please ask your server for our selection of fruit daiquiris.

Manhattan
(Makers Mark, Martini Rosso & Angostura Bitters)
The Manhattan's origin is another unsolved mystery in cocktail history and many legends are told about it. Nevertheless it’s one of the drinks you should have tried at least once in your life. Substitute the rye whisky with Scotch to get a Rob Roy and with cognac to get a Harvard.

Margarita
(Ocho Blanco, Cointreau, Fresh Lime Juice & Salt Rim)
Many have claimed to be the inventor of this world-famous drink. But they all did it the same way: tequila, cointreau, fresh lime juice and the typical salt rim. A very refreshing drink, especially in the summer.

Strawberry & Balsamic Crush
(Fresh Strawberries Muddled, Grey Goose Vodka, Lime Juice, Gomme Syrup, Balsamic Vinegar and Black Pepper)
Surprisingly delicious!

Tom Collins
(Tanqueray Gin, Fresh Lemon Juice, Gomme Syrup & Soda)
A great, refreshing pre-dinner drink and a good alternative to a simple gin and tonic.

AFTER DINNER DRINKS

Brandy Alexander
(Courvoisier Exclusif, Lejay-Lagoute Crème de Cacao Brown, Double Cream & Nutmeg)
A very rich and creamy drink, ideally enjoyed after a delicious dinner.

Vanilla Espresso Martini
(Stolichnaya Vanil, Kahlua & Espresso)
The connoisseur’s way of combining caffeine and vodka, with the added bonus of an excellent taste.

White Russian
(Stolichnaya Vodka, Kahlua & Double Cream)
Based on a Black Russian but much smoother due to the addition of cream. While in Europe this drink is mainly served straight up in a martini glass, American bartenders prefer to serve it over ice in a tumbler - which way do you prefer?

OLD COURSE FAVOURITES

Apple Martini
(Cîroc Vodka, Teichenné Manzana Verde & Apple Juice)
There are as many different recipes for this drink as there are varieties of apples and this one is our own interpretation of this drink.

Bramble
(Caorunn Gin, Lejay-Lagoute Crème de Mure, Fresh Lemon Juice & Gomme Syrup)
One of the best and most popular drinks created in the 1980s.

Cosmopolitan
(Cîroc Vodka, Cointreau, Fresh Lime Juice & Cranberry Juice)
The drink of the modern, sophisticated lady, made popular by Carrie Bradshaw in “Sex and the City”.

Dark'n'Stormy
(Appleton Estate 12 year old Rum, Angostura Bitters, Fresh Lime Juice & Ginger Beer)
A variation of the Moscow Mule using rum instead of vodka, the Dark'n'Stormy is the national drink of Bermuda.

French Martini
(Stolichnaya Vodka, Chambord & Pineapple Juice)
Very smooth and fruity and certainly one of the new modern classics.

Long Island Ice Tea
(Grey Goose Vodka, Tanqueray Gin, Ocho Blanco, Bacardi Carta Blanca, Cointreau, Fresh Lemon Juice & Coca Cola)
During prohibition, bartenders tried to “disguise” the alcoholic content of their drinks and with no cocktail did they succeed more than with the Long Island Ice Tea. Despite the five spirits going into this drink, there is nearly no taste of alcohol.

Mojito
(Havana Club Especial, Fresh Muddled Mint Leaves, Brown Sugar & Gomme Syrup, Fresh Lime Juice & Soda)
During Prohibition, many people went on a “booze cruise” to Cuba. It was probably in this period that the mojito was invented, when the Americans introduced the local bartenders to the Mint Julep.

Old Course Fashioned
(Tullibardine Old Course Malt, Orange Bitters, Brown Sugar & dash Soda)
Our very own twist on the old time classic Old Fashioned! With the use of the 1993 Tullibardine Old Course Single malt from our good friends in Perthshire, we have adapted this historic drink to our own.

Piña Colada
(Havana Club Añejo Especial, Malibu, Double Cream & Pineapple Juice)
“Piña Colada” means pineapple drink - a great, creamy combination of tropical ingredients.

Raspberry Collins
(Tanqueray Gin, Fresh Muddled Raspberries, Lejay-Lagoute Crème de Framboise, Fresh Lemon Juice, Gomme Syrup & Soda)
The Raspberry Collins is a very popular variation of the famous Tom Collins. Muddled raspberries shaken with gin, Lejay-Lagoute Crème de Framboise and fresh lemon juice and then topped up with soda. Very delicious and refreshing at the same time.

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