Cocktail Classics

Cocktail Classics

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3 Dots and a Dash  

Morse of for S.O.S (Save Our Spirits). This forgotten but now rescued classic is like a note in a bottle cast from a remote beach in the South Pacific! Martinique Run, lime, orange, honey and all spice dram.

French 75  

World War I soldiers in the French countryside are purported to have invented this cocktail of gin, lemon juice and champagne. The name refers to the huge 75mm shells they used and hints of the cocktail’s potent punch.

Hemingway Daiquiri  

Papa’s punch is potent and poetic, just like his prose. A simple but stylish blend of Papa’s Pilar Dark rum, lemon juice and sugar.


The original recipe from Pat O’Brien’s in the Big Easy will blow you away! Lemon juice, passion fruit and dark rum combine to create the perfect storm, so hold on tight…

Old Cuban 

Dive right back into the dangerous dreamworld of Prohibition Havana with this time-tested mixture of gold rum, muddled fresh mint and champagne.

Rose Sazarac  

The original cocktail, the Sazarac, with an original twist. House made with Rose syrup, St. George Absinthe and Black Maple Hill bourbon makes this the cocktail experience of a lifetime. It’s not big, but it goes down real easy.


Ian Fleming’s original James Bond cocktail as described in Casino Royale, the first 007 novel named after a deadly but delectable femme fatale. Vodka, gin and Lillet Blanc.

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