A memorable classic that has travelled through East and West. Once easily overlooked, but impossible to forget.
Pegu Club (1920’s, Burma)
Broker’s Gin, Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao, lime, aromatic & orange bitters - up
First & favourite for family functions, forever.
My Cousin Tommy, Twice Removed (2016, District Cafe)
Espolón Reposado Tequila, Los Siete Misterios Mezcal, Cynar, lime, agave - crushed ice
Ginger and spice, bringing out everything nice. A modern twist on a Cuban classic.
Colombo Daiquiri (2016, Canadian Cantineros)
Havana Club 7 Year Rum, Amaro Ramazzotti, ginger, lime, lemon - up
Created at The Ritz Hotel, Paris, after The Great War. Named when one imbiber rode home in a friend's motorcycle sidecar after having a few too many.
Sidecar (1920’s, France)
Courvoisier VS Cognac, Pierre Ferrand Dry Curaçao, lemon, sugar - up
Thanks to Simon and Garfunkel, we are happy to add even more herbs to our version of the Toronto.
Scarborough Fair (2016, District Cafe)
Canadian Club Chairman’s Select Rye, Stock Fernet, P-S-R-T syrup - up
Named after our 7th Premier, who boosted us out of the Depression. Bold, yet smooth, let this drink tell you where to put your money.
The Aberhart (2016, District Cafe)
Old Grand-dad Bonded Bourbon, Benedictine, aromatic bitters, coffee - rocks
A Manhattan reinvented with Scotch. Ours is perfect, using a little dry vermouth to soften up the whisky, and brighten up your day.
A Perfect Rob Roy (1894, New York)
Black Grouse Scotch, Punt e Mes Vermouth. Dolin Vermouth, aromatic bitters - up