Smoked Fashioned

  First of all, I would like to tell you about the original Smoked Fashioned version which is the classic Old Fashioned. The Old Fashioned is a cocktail made by muddling (mashing) sugar with bitters, then adding alcohol, such as whiskey or brandy, and a twist of citrus rind. It is traditionally served in a … More Smoked Fashioned

Infuse your Booze

Step 1: Choose your liquor Vodka is an obvious choice, but why not use white rum or tequila, brandy or grappa? Don’t go for the really cheap stuff, but don’t splurge either. A middle-of-the-road, neutrally flavored liquor will produce the best-infused spirits. Step 2: Choose your produceUse what’s in a season. Go to your local farmers’ … More Infuse your Booze

Presbyterian’s Revenge

Presbyterian’s Revenge is a refreshing and bitter drink of Black Label Scotch shaken with the artichoke liqueur (Cynar), lemon, and a sparing splash of simple syrup. The grapefruit really comes through—you might think there’s juice in it—but it’s just the oils and bitters, resulting in a grapefruity cocktail that’s not on all juice logged. It’s … More Presbyterian’s Revenge

Anestesia Cocktail

Anestesia cocktail is perfectly suitable with the dessert. The sweet combination of Orange liqueur, Vodka, Brazillian fruit liqueur Passoa and the magic will be complete with fresh lemon juice. Recipe Eis – None Glass – Chilled Martini Preparation – Shake and Fine Strain Ingredients – Vodka – 2cl Passoa (fruit liqueur) – 2cl Triple Sec – 2cl Fresh … More Anestesia Cocktail

Tante Emma

Tante Emma or in English “Aunt Emma” is a funny name for a restaurant at the Schlesischen Tor. The furnishing is arranged according to the name predominantly from old (upholstered) furniture, which however has a partial effect as if they were dragged from the rubbish dump here. No chair fits each other the walls as the … More Tante Emma

Planters Punch 2

Planters Punch is an IBA Official cocktail made of dark rum, several juices, Grenadine syrup, Sugar Syrop, and Angostura Bitter. The cocktail has been said to have originated at the Planters Hotel in Charleston SC, but the recipe originates in Jamaica. I would like to represent you the fast build version of Planters Punch. Here … More Planters Punch 2

Blood and Sand

Scotch, cherry brandy, sweet vermouth and orange juice don’t seem to belong in the same crib, let alone the same glass. The fact is that the Blood and Sand work very well, indeed. But this drink by any other name would taste as sweet. Glass – Chilled Martini Eis – None Preparation – Shake And … More Blood and Sand

Tropical Angel

Tropical Angel is the enjoyable combination between fresh lime juice, coconut liqueur, Bacardi, wild strawberry and to bring the freshest feeling we put on the top bitter lemon. Glas – Highball Ice – Crushed Preparation – Shake and Strain Bacardi – 3cl Wild Strawberry – 2cl Malibu – 1cl Coconut Syrop – 2cl Fresh Lime Juice … More Tropical Angel

Royal Jamaican Mojito

When you are already sick of ordinary Mojito you should try the Royal Jamaican Mojito spirit! Glas – Highball/Hurricane Ice – Crushed Preparation – Muddle, Bash, Build and Churn Recipe – Lime Wedges 6psc Sugar Syrop 2cl Light Rum 4cl Mint Leafs 8-12psc Prosecco – Top Deco – Fresh Mint Sticks