This twist on the classic Negroni, retains the characteristic herbaceous, bitterness of the original but adds a rich smokey element by replacing the gin with mezcal.Read More
This style of drink is normally, but not always, fairly alcoholic. Served short over ice in a tumbler glass. The negroni is a classic rocks serve.
Short, meaning that there is no mixer added to the cocktail once it is prepared. There are a number of great serves that come in this category and including at least one on your menu is a good idea. Because of the rather hefty ABV on this type of cocktail it’s recommended to balance the menu with a lower ABV drink like a long serve.
This bartender-favourite is tasty all year round, working brilliantly as a refreshing summer citrus drink or a strong and warming winter cocktail.Read More
This hugely popular cocktail has been an Italian favourite for decades, the rich, bitter complexity of this drink makes it a unique and moreish cocktail.Read More
The Maple Leaf is a great choice for bourbon enthusiasts or those wanting a warming winter cocktail.Read More
The Bramble is a classic gin drink and a great choice for those planning a spring inspired mobile bar hire.Read More
The American cousin of the Negroni, The Boulevardier may only change one ingredient, but it makes for an entirely different drinking experience.Read More
Muddled blackberries with a dash of lemon juice, topped with pressed apple juice and cranberry juice served in a rocks glass.Read More
Amaretto, lemon or lime juice and egg white are shaken together to create this classic cocktail. The Amaretto Sour is warming, nutty and slightly sweeter than the standard sour with contrasting bright citrus.Read More
The Mai Tai might be the most famous tiki cocktail, its a drink that everyone’s heard of and many try to take credit for.Read More
This tiki-inspired twist on a whisky sour, adds orange juice and orgeat—an almond flavoured syrup—to the usual whisky and lemon juice, and forgoes the egg-white traditionally included in a whisky sour.Read More