7.50Double a CrustaLaird's applejack, pierre ferrand cognac rothman and winter apricot, lemon, apple, maple, peychaud's and apple bitters
8.50Double Pecan Maple LeafKnob creek bourbon, home made butter pecan reduction, grade b maple, lemon
8.00AviationPlymouth gin, luxardo maraschino, chreme de violette and fresh lemon hugo ensslin's recipe from hotel wallick in new york city. Creme de violette can be replaced with the more modern creme yvette for a sweeter finish.
9.00SidecarHennessy cognac, cointreau and fresh lemon the original recipe dates back to 1922 from england and france, though the exact point of origin is under much debate.
8.00SazeracRye whiskey, absinthe, peychaud's bitters and cubed sugar america's oldest cocktail, it's inception (mid 1850's) predates the first printed version in 1908. it's slightly mixed origins involve apothecary: antoine amadie peychaud and proprietors aaron bird and thomas handy.
10.00Blood in SandFamous grouse blended scotch whisky, carpano antiqua formula sweet vermouth, cherry heering and fresh orange this cocktail takes it's name from the 1922 paramount pictures feature film about bullfighting and romance. The earliest written record of this cocktail can be found in harry craddock's original edition of the savoy cocktail book, published in 1930.
8.00French 75Plymouth gin, champagne, fresh lemon and sugar popularized at the stork club at the end of world war i, and recorded in the savoy cocktail book in 1930, the drink draws obvious comparisons between the french 75 howitzer gun and this cocktail's hidden potency.
8.00AmericanoCampari, punt e mes, dolin rouge and soda devised by gaspare campari in the late 1860's, the original name was abandoned for the frequent visitors that became it's biggest fans.
8.00NegroniPlymouth gin, campari, punt e mes and dolin rouge in the late 1910's, the americano was changed at the request of count camillo negroni, who wanted a stronger drink. He may or may not have actually existed, but one swap of flavors changed the drink radically, and the negroni was born.
10.00Corpse Reviver #2Plymouth gin, cointreau, lillet blanc, absinthe and fresh lemon the original corpse reviver called for applejack and vermouth. This classic debukes the notion that sequels always suck. This recipe first appeared in henry craddock's classic tome: the savoy cocktail book.
10.00The Last WordPlymouth gin, luxardo maraschino, green chartreuse and fresh lime a proper social club is not complete without stellar dining and is not complete without a stellar bar. As waws the case at the detroit athletic club in the early 1920's, which housed a bar remarkable enough to produce this one-of-a-kind gem even in the midst of prohibition.