– SIGNATURE COCKTAILS –
Imagine a state of idealised perfection – that’s Utopia. Sweet caramelised sugar and soft toffee balanced with light saltiness for a silky vodka-based mixed drink of idyllic proportions
The Big Buck
Wild and unpredictable, this sweet and sour whisky mix packs a kick
Our take on the traditional Gin and Juice – this might be the best martini you have all day
Rum Tum Tiddley Tum
It’s crazy. It shouldn’t work but it it does
Regal and refreshing this vodka-based cocktail is laced with strawberry and mint and kissed with sugar
A lot Like Love…
A lip smacking dry orange and sweet white chocolate mix tastes a lot like love…and a lil like chocolate
Damn the weather
A cocktail for amateur meteorologists and gin enthusiasts alike
For those who hold Dublin and sweetened vodka in equally high regard
– CLASSIC COCKTAILS –
Gin – Mulligan & Haines staple, Aviation gin is favoured for its unique botanical bouquet invoking notes of lavender, sarsaparilla and cardamom instead of the traditional juniper. Here, it’s paired with a juicy grapefruit cordial and floral St. Germain for the ultimate gin mixed drink.
(Grapefruit cordial, St. Germain liqueur, Fresh lemon juice)
Gin – Reminisce on the once-forgotten Prohibition-era while sipping on this classic which blends the herbal-citrus notes of gin with just a touch of mint and some lime juice.
(Fresh lime juice, Angostura bitters, White crème de menthe, Mint)
Bourbon– The official drink of the Kentucky Derby since 1938, the perfect Mint Julep enjoys the subtle note of rosewater when served over crushed ice.
(Gomme syrup, Mint leaves)
The Rob Roy
Scotch – Created in the late 19th century at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City, this cocktail is akin to the much loved Manhattan but instead uses Scotch and orange bitters for a truly delicious experience.
(Sweet vermouth, Angostura bitters)
Whiskey – Renowned as being one of the first ever true cocktails, the robust Sazerac is a New Orleans original.
(Simple syrup, Peychaud’s bitters, Absinthe)
The Tucc’ Of Class
Vodka – Created and named for the delightful actor Stanley Tucci, this drink was always destined to be a glassful of Italian American elegance. Sip slowly to the strains of Louis Prima for optimum impact.
(Cynar, Triple sec, Orange bitters)
Vodka – Despite popular opinion, this cocktail hails from the USA and not Russia. A mainstay among vodka lovers this 75 year old drink brings the sweetness as well as the spice.
(Ginger liqueur, Ginger beer, Fresh lime juice)
Vodka – Created in 2002 by Douglas Ankrah, of The Townhouse in Knightsbridge, it was originally called the Maverick Martini. Enjoy this vanilla twist on the modern classic – accompanied by a Prosecco shot.
(Passion fruit liqueur, Passion fruit puree, Prosecco)
The Mary Pickford
Rum – Named for the famed silent movie actress, this rum-forward sipper is widely attributed to Eddie Woelke (he’s perhaps better known for creating the El Presidente cocktail), who fled to Cuba during Prohibition. Expect a fresh, sweet kick with this little number.
(Pineapple juice, Grenadine, Maraschino liqueur)
Rum – This classic fruity rum drink first appeared in print in a 1908 edition of the New York Times and is thought to have originated from Jamaica – the rum capital of the world.
(Grenadine, Lime juice, Simple syrup, Pineapple, Club Soda)
– RED WINE –
€6.80 / €26
Neftali Cabernet Sauvignon
Red berries with hints of capsicum aromas and a palate full of red fruits, cassis flavours and smoky hints in the background.
€8 / €31
Beefsteak Club Malbec
Ripe blackberry and plum flavour with a touch of oak for depth. Big and bold yet smooth and ripe.
€8.20 / €31.50
Vina Palaciega Rioja (Tempranillo)
Juicy hedgerow fruits and a touch of smoky oak on the nose backed by hints of cedar spice.
€8 / €31
Shottesbrooke Regional Series Shiraz
Mild days coupled with cool to cold nights were ideal for producing high-quality fruit, although the crops were down around 30% on average. Parcels of this wine were matured in oak to give them an added complexity.
€7.50 / €29
Casa Silva Reserve Merlot
A heavenly depth of plums, damsons and chocolate. The tannins are ripe and smooth giving the wine a “sheen” on the palate. The finish is long and lingering.
– WHITE WINE –
€6.80 / €27
Neftali Sauvignon Blanc
Citrus melon and tropical fruits lead to a crisp wine with hints of grapefruit, soft fruits and herbs.
€7.50 / €29
Vianto Pinot Grigio
Floral aromas with citrus fruit and melon flavours, perfect for drinking at any time of day.
€8 / €31
Intense, complex, with aromas of tropical fruits like ripe pineapple and banana with light vanilla and caramel notes. Well balanced acidity with a pleasant and persistent finish.
€9 / €35
Fat Bird Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
Classic tropical fruit scents leading to grapefruit and melon notes. Soft full of flavours of peach and pineapple ending with fresh toast.
€8.50 / €33
Vidal Reisling Marlborough
This dry-styled Riesling captures freshness and delicacy with lime, citrus and floral notes. Food Matches: Salads and delicate spice. The wine was aged briefly on yeast lees before bottling to enhance palate texture and complexity.
– FENDANT WINE –
Famed as Joyce’s favourite beverage, this fruity Swizz white wine is grown from the Chasselas grapes covering the steeply terraced limestone hills of the lower Valais. €55
– ROSÉ & BUBBLES –
€8 / €32
Les Petites Jamelles Rosé
Fruit is at the forefront in this smooth well balanced and easy to drink
€8 / €32
Alesso prosecco (Frizzante)
Delicately fruity and floral bouquet with aromas of green apple and acacia flowers. Crisp fruity and refreshing on the palate with a high level of acidity to form a well balanced yet light in body which is just off-dry to taste
Vianto Prosecco (Spumante)
Delicately fruity with a slightly aromatic bouquet. Very well balanced and light in body
Moet & Chandon
Toasty, with crisp grapefruit and apple flavours, it is lively and yeasty
Up there with the Grand Marques, Veuve is made in the full-bodied style with lots of toastiness
– WHISKEY –
Jameson Black Barrell
Jameson Distillers Safe
Jameson Coopers Croze
Jameson Blenders Dog
Teelings Single Grain
Teelings Single Malt
Teelings Small Batch
Roe & Co
Red Breast 12
Red Breast 15
Red Breast Listau Edt.
Pearse Lyons Original blend
Pearse Lyons Distillers Choice 7yr old
– GIN –
Sip Smith London gin
Blacks of Kinsale
Haymans Old Tom gin
– VODKA –
– BOURBON –
Elijah Craig 12yr old
– RUM –
Kraken Black Spiced
Matusalem 7yr old
Ron Zacapa Solera
Ron Zacapa XO