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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Sex on the Beach

Vodka,  Archers peach schnapps, cranberry juice & oj

Not as sinful as the name suggests. This is one long, fruity drink.  Cranberry and orange juices provide the thirst quenching ability of this summer drink. Archers adds more peachy fruit, and vodka puts it on the wrong side of pure.

Mai Tai

Golden rum, dark rum, orange curacao, Amaretto, lime juice & grenadine

Double lots of fully flavoured rum, combined with a little orange and di Saronno, balanced out with a little lime and grenadine to give a ruby colour.

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.

AWOL

Midori melon, Bacardi, Vodka, lime juice

A summery and striking looking cocktail based around the inimitable melon notes from Midori. The traditional sweetness is balanced out with the lime juice while the backbone of the drink is provided by vodka and tropical white rum. Sophisticated and fruity.

Cote d’Azur

Brandy, Pear vodka, 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.

Aperol Negroni

Gin, Aperol, sweet vermouth

Our twist on one of the world’s most famous classic cocktails. If you are looking for something a bit subtle and gently bitter, this could be the answer. Light Aperol tempered with fragrant gin and some Martini rosso to balance it out.

Virgin Apple Mojito

Mint, lime, pressed apple, sugar syrup, soda

A great version of the classic Mojito.   Based around the freshness of pressed apple juice, with all the stunning flavours of lime, mint and a little sweetness to bring it alive.  Who needs alcohol anyway?

Manhattan

Rye whisky, sweet vermouth, angostura bitters

Quite simply a classic. Warming and light whisky shaken with a touch of sweet  herbal vermouth, and a couple of drops of bitters to give it a nice mellow aftertaste. One for the boys?

Jam Doughnut

Vodka, Raspberry vodka, crème de framboise, raspberry syrup

A great new cocktail based around the unctuous taste of raspberry.  A double dose of vodka, set off with a classic French raspberry liqueur gives this cocktail bite. All underlined with a further dash of sweet raspberry syrup.

Bellini

Peach puree, Archers peach liqueur, Prosecco

This is a classic for good reason. If sparkle and bubbles are your thing, this long drink is fantastic with it’s fruity peach notes, topped with sophisticated Prosecco.