Now for the fun bit. Choosing your cocktail menu! You may have already read that we generally run with a cocktail menu of 5+2 : that’s a choice of 5 cocktails and 2 non-alchoholic mocktails. Some customers opt for a menu of 6 cocktails instead.

We will put together a menu for you to suit your guests. Over the years, we’ve learned what people like. We’ll ask you for the age profile of your guests and the female : male split. We’ll put together a suggested menu to fit. A hen party menu for a group of 10 hens will look very different for a gentleman’s 70th birthday party for instance.

On the next few pages you will find mention of some of the cocktails we supply. Hopefully, it’ll whet your appetite. And if anything in particular stands out as a must have, let us know! But in the meantime, we’ll work on coming up with a suggested menu for you all.

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Espresso Martini

Espresso coffee, Vodka, Kahlua, Crème de Cacao

A modern day classic cocktail fresh out of the 90s, with a twist. Based on coffee, including both the natural product and the addition of the coffeeness of Kahlua. A vodka base, we use vanilla vodka, and a little chocolatey crème de cacao to finish it with a little sweetness. Smooth and enlivening.

Cote d’Azur

Brandy, Pear vodka, Monin pear syrup

A full-on hardcore cocktail. This is spirity combining the pear flavoured vodka with the warming, winter tones of French brandy. Add a little pear syrup to add some sweetness and balance.

Rose Martini

Rosadka Martini

Lanique rose liqueur, Martini rosato vermouth, rose syrup, rhubarb bitters

A traditional Martini with a modern twist. Think spirity Martini meets Turkish delight.  Beautiful rose tinted Lanique mixes with the fruity rosato vermouth. Add a little rose syrup to bring out the rose flavour and some fruity bitters to cut through the sweetness.

Bitter Cherry Martini

Bitter Cherry Martini

Gin, Bold cherry spirit, Noilly Prat dry vermouth, Monin cherry syrup

Another one of our twists on a Martini. Featuring the slightly bitter Bold cherry spirit, with a gin base, plus classy dry vermouth to make it a proper Martini. And a little cherry syrup to balance out the bitterness.

Aperol Spritz

Aperol Spritz

Aperol, Prosecco, soda water

This is a modern day classic already. The world’s top selling spritz and a Mediterranean holiday favourite (remember them?!) A double shot of Prosecco, with sparkly Prosecco and a dash of soda.

English Garden cocktail recipe

English Garden

Gin, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, lemon juice, sugar syrup, pressed apple juice, soda water, mint

Ok, so this cocktail has lots of ingredients. But this is Summer in a glass. Ever so fashionable gin combines well with the taste of elderflower. The rest is the supporting cast : lemon, sugar syrup, lengthened with cloudy apple. We add a little soda for sparkle – garnished with mint.

Rusty Nail cocktail

Rusty Nail

Scotch whisky, Drambuie, stem ginger, orange bitters

Our take on a classic 2 ingredient cocktail. The balance of scotch whisky with the sweetness of Drambuie’s whisky and heather honey is fantastic. We offer to add a little stem ginger and some orange bitters to give it more complexity. But they’re optional of course.

Rhubarb Martini

Rhubarb gin, rosato vermouth, rhubarb syrup, rhubarb bitters

A modern cocktail based around our local Warner’s rhubarb gin. What’s not to like? Traditional Martini : gin and vermouth, with a little rhubarb sweetness, balanced with rhubarb bitters.

Mojito

White Rum, mint, lime, sugar and soda

The poor man’s drink from Cuba becomes the uber-cool cocktail of choice. A refreshing and deceptively spirity drink with the complex additions of sour lime, powerful mint and sweet sugar. And soda to make it long, long and relaxed.

The Last Word

The Last Word

Gin, green chartreuse, Maraschino, lime

This is one potent cocktail. Big on spirit. Big on flavour too. The floral gin combines with a shot of green Chartreuse. Add to this more of the almondyness of the maraschino and a dash of lime. A slow sipper.