classic cocktails

Mai Tai – £6.95

A sweet tropical rum drink created by Victor Bergron in 1944. The Mai Tai was also

prominently featured in the popular Elvis Presley film Blue Hawaii.

Havana rum, Couvoisier, Gomme syrup, Almond syrup, lime juice, orange juice,

pineapple juice.

Mojito – £6.95

Irresistibly punchy, this authentic Mojito cocktail is a one-way salsa dance to

the Caribbean.

Bacardi, lime, Gomme syrup, mint.

Classic Daiquiri – £7.95

A world-famous cocktail that is invigorating, refreshing and above all, to-die-for.

The Daiquiri was also one of the favourite drinks of writer Ernest Hemingway and

U.S. President John F. Kennedy.

Bacardi, lime Juice, Gomme syrup.

Cosmopolitan – £5.95

Make like a Manhattan socialite with this classy cocktail a perfect blend of citrus,

berry fruit and sweetness.

Vodka, Cointreau, cranberry juice, lime juice.

Vesper Martini – £6.95

Made famous by James Bond in Ian Fleming’s book Casino Royale, this Martini

is of course, shaken, not stirred.

Gordons Gin, Smirnoff Vodka, Dry Martini, lemon twist.

Amaretto or Bourbon Sour – £5.95

Sours belong to one of the old families of original cocktails, a balanced mix

of sweet and tart components, available as an Amaretto or Bourbon.

Amaretto or Bourbon, lemon juice, pineapple juice.

Sidecar – £5.95

Thought to have been invented around the end of World War 1 in either London

or Paris. A sweet and sour taste with fruity undertones.

Courvoisier, Cointreau, lemon juice, Gomme syrup, lemon twist.

Godfather – £6.95

One could make the connection between The Godfather movies and this

drink which uses the sweet Italian liqueur, Amaretto and the robust, hard flavours

of a smooth Whiskey.

Bulleit, Amaretto, dash of Angostura bitter, orange twist.

French Martini – £5.95

A blushing pink cocktail with an exquisite touch of fruit. Once tried,

never forgotten.

Smirnoff Vodka, Chambord, pineapple juice, raspberry garnish.

Pina Colada – £6.95

The Pina Colada has been the official beverage of Puerto Rico since 1978 and also

Del Boys favourite drink in ‘Only fools and horses’.

Bacardi, Malibu, coconut cream, pineapple juice, pineapple spear garnish.

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