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Jones Sangria

Made with a passion for all things perfectly paired, this secret house recipe is
all about a magnificent mouthful of fruit and flavor. Gracias, gracias!

Manhattan

While its origin is obscure, we trust you know a classic when you drink one.
Bulleit bourbon,Sweet Vermouth and Angostura bitters, stirred, up and
garnished with a brandy cherry. Take that, Big Apple.

Sazerac

A signature New Orleans drink and one of the first true,
honest-to-God cocktails. Bulleit Rye Whiskey, sugar, Peychaud’s and
Orange bitters with an Absinthe rinse. Served up with an orange zest.

Aviation

First published in ‘Recipes for Mixed Drinks’ 1916, this classic
consists of Gordon’s Gin, Maraschino Liqueur, Creme de Violette and
Lemon Juice. Served up with a brandied cherry, prepare to be flying high.

Dark & Stormy

You’ll make it through the night with this drink: Lime juice, Angostura bitters, and
Bundaberg ginger beer over ice with a float of Gosling’s dark rum. Ahoy!

The Last Word

This prohibition-era cocktail harmonizes four ingredients in equal parts.
Combine gin, lime, maraschino and Green Chartreuse with a
steady shake and what you get is The Last Word.

Moscow Mule

A drink to fuel even the Maddest of Men, this tangy concoction launched the
vodka cocktail craze in the 40’s. Belvedere Vodka, fresh-squeezed Lime Juice and
Ginger Beer over tall ice bitters float. Ain’t that a kick in the… ass!

Vesper

This drink became a beloved classic the instant it landed in Ian Fleming’s
1953 novel Casino Royale. We shake Grey Goose Voka, Lillet Blanc
& Gin to make this 007 martini. You limit yourself to one if you like your liver.

St. Germain Carafe

An über-refreshing classic from the modern day. St. Germain,
Martini and Rossi Sparkling Rose make fizzy magic. Topped
with Sparkling Water & served with effervescence… naturally.