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Collection No.7 - Pear Flower
A balanced cocktail is one that delights all of the senses and leaves you wanting for more. The Pear Flower is a magnificent display of subtlety and strength. Perfect for those lion and lamb days of March.
Collection No.7 - Les Deux Magots
Ernest Hemmingway was a purveyor of the daiquiri. We are quite sure had St Germain been around back then, his most prized blend would be this one. Watch Banks Rum ambassador and PDT resident Jim Meehan show you how to make it.
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Collection No.4 - Magi Sour
Lynnette Marrero created this delightful holiday treat with Royal Rose Tamarind Syrup and Rhum Barbancourt, a unique aged rum from Haiti. And because no holiday is complete without bubbles, she's using Perrier Sparkling Mineral Water for a touch of magic...
Collection No.4 - Old Fashioned
The Old Fashioned is one of the original cocktails, dating back to the early 1800s. We've revamped ours with two different bitters and a delicious aged rum...
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Collection No. 3 - Daisy Rose
The Daisy Rose is a refreshing version of a classic combination of spirit, sweetener and citrus. In Paul's rendition, we've combined tangy pink grapefruit with the delicate floralcy of Royal Rose rose syrup.
Collection No. 3 - Polish Mule
The Moscow Mule gave rise to the vodka frenzy that started in the 1940s and still exists today. This tasty sipper features spicy Regatta Ginger beer and a dash of Angostura Bitters.
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Collection No. 2 - Autumn Sling
The Autumn Sling is a riff on a traditional Singapore Sling. This new creation combines the best flavors of Autumn in a bourbon sipper that is simple to make, easy to drink and will transport you to the harvest season in the Northeast.
Collection No. 2 - Bramble 75
The Bramble 75 is a unique combination of two classic gin cocktails; the French 75 and the Bramble. Both feature three simple ingredients that when combined together compliment one another famously. Cheers to an epic merger!
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Collection No. 1 - Ginger Tom Collins
The Tom Collins began as a good humored prank that raced across the nation in the late 1890s. Since then, its refreshing taste has been time-honored as the best way to beat back the summer sun. We’ve revamped this quintessential classic with a dose of spicy ginger for a fresh and zippy finish.
Collection No.1 - Kir Blanc Spritz
The Kir, named after Mayor Canon Felix Kir, originates in France as an aperitif that was created by bringing two of Burgundy’s “natural” resources together- black currants and Aligote white wine. This version adds a lighter touch with elderflower and a gentle spritz of soda for a refreshing sipper