20 retro & revamped recipes!
Get all the details on our Classic Cocktails menu page, but here’s a quick taste to get you started:
- Aviation – A brilliant classic featuring Aviation gin, Luxardo Maraschino liqueur and fresh lemon juice.
- Blood and Sand – Rudolph Valentino’s dramatic performance as the bullfighter in the silent film classic Blood and Sand was the inspiration for this 1920s cocktail.
- French 75 – World War I soldiers in the French countryside are purported to have invented this cocktail of gin, lemon juice and champagne.
- Jet Pilot – An undeniable tropical classic hailing from Steve Crane’s original restaurant, The Luau, which opened in Beverly Hills in 1953.
- Moscow Mule – This spicy ginger beer cocktail was created in the early 1940s to showcase a new spirit on the American market – vodka – and is still a classic today.
- Old Cuban – This Prohibition era cocktail sings of old Havana, with gold rum, muddled fresh mint, and sparkling champagne.
- Pimm’s Cup – The traditional cooler of Wimbledon, made from scratch.
- Planter’s Punch – Very possibly the first tropical cocktail, the Planter’s Punch was first mentioned in the New York Times in 1908.
- Tropical Itch – Originally created by Harry Yee of the Hawaiian Village Hotel in Waikiki.
- Vesper – Casino Royale. James Bond. Sexy, alluring, deadly, and with perfect aim. This recipe is straight out of Ian Fleming’s 1953 novel.
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