Bleu Cheese Olives, Anchovy Olives, Jalapeño Olives and Cocktail Onions available. Rocks pours incur a $2 upcharge.
Maker's Mark, Bitters, Club Soda, muddled Orange & Cherry
Korbel VSOP Brandy, Bitters, Sprite, muddled Orange & Cherry
Gosling's Dark Rum, Gosling's Ginger Beer, Lime wedge
Bacardi Silver Rum, Limes, Fresh Mint, Sugar, Club Soda
Campari, Death's Door Gin, Stiegl Radler Grapefruit, Orange Twist
Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier, Virtue Redstreak Cider, Orange Twist
Allagash White, St. Louis Framboise, Citrus-Infused Vodka, Raspberry garnish
Stoli Hot Vodka, Bloody Mad Bloody Mary mix, Celery, Jalapeño-stuffed Olives, Salami, Gherkin, pickled Piquante Peppers
Redemption High-Rye Whiskey, Mansinthe Absinthe, Peychaud's Bitters, Twist
Templeton Rye, Ginger Ale
North Shore Gin, Dry Vermouth, Spanish Olives
Maker's Mark, Sweet Vermouth, Bitters, Cherry
Ketel One, Olive Juice, Bleu Cheese Olives
Death's Door Gin, Dry Vermouth, Cocktail Onions
Beefeater Gin, Stoli Vodka, Lillet Blanc, Twist
Absolut Vanilla, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur, Chocolate Syrup
Grey Goose Vodka, Chambord, Pineapple Juice, Twist
Rumchata, Double Espresso Vodka, Chocolate Shavings
Vodka infused with Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon and Lime
Blended Scotch whiskies contain both malt whiskey and grain whisky. They were initially created as an alternative to single malt whiskies which were considered by some to be too harsh.
The Highland Region is the largest geographical region of Scotland. From the complex and delicate Glenmorangie of the Northern Highlands, to the light and fragrant Dalwhinnie of the Central Highlands, to the sweet, pepperiness of Oban and Talisker in the Western Highlands, this region represents the greatest variety of Scotch malts.
Speyside Single Malts are distilled in Strathspey. The Speyside malts are the sweetest whiskies. Although they do not have as much body as some Highland malts, the flavors are richer and more complex with fruity, leafy and honeyed notes and a subtle delicacy of aroma. Strathspey has the most distilleries of any of the whisky producing areas of Scotland.
Lowland whiskies tend to be drier and mellower than most Scotch whiskies. Although quite spirity, they are very light in peat, salt and smoke with fewer individual differences than malts of other regions. Lowland whiskies are thought to be excellent options for beginners.
Islay malts are the weightiest, most pungent and most heavily peated and are therefore generally the easiest to identify. These malts take their characteristics both from the peat used to dry the barley and their closeness to the sea. These factors give them what is often described as a seaweedy, medicinal taste and a distinct peaty flavor.
SPAIN. Bright strawberry with a touch of pink. Clean and fruity with complex aromas of strawberry and raspberry. A well-balanced fruit-forward wine with excellent acidity.
ITALY. This red Lambrusco is refreshingly light and frizzante with an exploding mouthful of fresh strawberries and cherries.
CALIFORNIA. Crisp and refreshing with a light citrus and pear-like note in the finish.
ITALY. The Mionotto Prosecco Brut has an intense fruity bouquet with a hint of golden apples. It is very dry, fresh, light in body and well-balanced.
FRANCE. Yellow-gold in color, clean, crisp and dry with fine persistent bubbles. It is made in the classic style, blending two-thirds black grapes (Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier) for body, balanced with one-third Chardonnay for elegance. Its complex nose of apple, citrus and caramel is followed by rich flavors of citrus, hazelnut and baked bread. This Champagne is long, crisp and spicy on the finish.
WASHINGTON, USA. Even ripening gives Washington Riesling its trademark apricot and tangerine flavors, with a pleasing mineral edge and crisp, refreshing acidity.
ITALY. Floral and fruity with flavors of citrus peach and green melon.
CALIFORNIA, USA. Citrus and melon. Floral character with spiciness, toasty and cream nuances.
AUSTRALIA. Dry and fruity with notes of oak and vanilla.
FRANCE. Apple fresh with a crisp acidity and smooth finish. Green-yellow color and floral aroma.
NEW ZEALAND. Flavors of pineapple and stonefruit accented by traditional New Zealand herbaceousness lends to a fresh, zesty finish.
CALIFORNIA, USA. Aromas of black cherries, nutmeg and cloves. Taste of oak and roasted coffee beans with a long fruity finish.
WASHINGTON, USA. Bursting with blueberry and currant fruit with a hint of mocha in the finish.
ARGENTINA. Aroma of cherries, currant and tea with a smokey, spicy and caramel finish.
CALIFORNIA, USA. Rich aroma of roasted coffee lends to plum and blackberry flavors. Subtle layers of vanilla and chocolate.
CALIFORNIA, USA. Rich nose of cherry and plum. Flavor of rhubarb and pomegranate with a finish of sweet tobacco.
ITALY. Dry and balanced with crushed black fruit, flowers and oak.
FRANCE. Nose of red fruits with a hint of spice. Intense fruity flavor and crisp acidity.
FRANCE. Enjoying flavors of cherry, earth and spice with a medium body and nice finish.
AUSTRALIA. Medium-bodied with aroma of pepper, licorice and plum.
Dark berry flavors with licorice, plum, pepper and vanilla. Spicy finish.
Orange, Cranberry, Pineapple, Grapefruit, Tomato