Confessions of a Mixologist: Gold Standard Daiquiri
The Gold Standard sets the bar for excellence. The heavy combo of sugarcane spirits creates a golden hue, and the fresh lime and syrup adds sweet and citrus flavors. Move over Mai Tai, we have a new rumtastic cocktail in house.
Confessions of a Mixologist: Pegu Club
So the story goes, this classic dates back to the early 1920's and was served at Burma's Pegu Club in Rangoon, Burma to men of elite status within the government and such. This gin-based gem is simple to make but is full of complex and robust flavors.Learn more
Confessions of a Mixologist: Queen’s Park Swizzle
This boozy but ice-cold and indescribably refreshing cocktail was the signature drink at Trinidad’s luxurious Queen’s Park Hotel from the 1920s until its eventual demise a few decades later. Thankfully, the cocktail lives on as the epitome of the Caribbean cocktail aesthetic.Learn more
Confessions of a Mixologist: The Zombie
Legend has it that Don the Beachcomber concocted the first instance of the Zombie to help a hungover customer survive an important business meeting. We suggest skipping the meeting altogether to enjoy this classic cocktail, which uses four different types of rum. Limit two per person.Learn more