Blue Darlin' (tequila)
An homage to Martin's mother who loved the southwest, all things spicy, and colorful. It combines ginger liqueur, fresh lime juice and habanero bitters that will knock you "ass over teacups" as she was fond of saying.
Marcyn Margarita (tequila)
A mashup of recipes from both Martin and his sister Cynthia (get it?!) includes a little known French orange liqueur, fresh squeezed lime juice and just the right amount of our own simple syrup. You won't miss the salt.
Think Pink (rosé wine)
Elderflower liqueur and pomegranate juice will charm even the most jaded who think a sangria isn’t for them. Muddled raspberries and blueberries add depth to the flavor profile. Don’t forget to eat the fruit!
New Fashioned (whiskey)
Two different spiced liqueurs add even more warmth with hints of cinnamon and clove. A few dashes of orange bitters and an orange peel finish this masterpiece. You’ll start to relax the moment it hits your lips.
Citrus Gimlet (vodka)
Blending fresh pink grapefruit juice with pamplemousse liqueur gives the right amount of tart and sweet to wake up your taste buds. Can you say “grapefruit” in French?
Green With Envy (gin)
Taste for yourself what the Carthusian monks have been working on since 1737 with this fusion of Chartreuse, fresh lime juice and our own simple syrup. Your only regret will be not having discovered it sooner.
While “artichoke bitters” sounds off-putting, when mixed with a touch of allspice dram, apple cider and orange bitters, you could learn to love weird tasting vegetables. Three cheers for CHEE-nahr!
French V (vodka)
Our take on the classic French martini replaces crème de cassis with crème de violette for a more floral note that balances out the pineapple juice. Vive la France!
We add a bit more flavor to the original Aviation by replacing crème de violette with crème yvette for a more fruit-forward taste that could make you start looking for blackberries in your back yard.
Oaxacan Old Fashioned (tequila, mexcal)
What's not to love about a blend of mexcal and tequila along with our own simple syrup and a few dashes of mole bitters? NOTHING as far as we can tell. A few sips and all you'll be focused on is the warmth of the drink and the people around you.
Blend lime, pink grapefruit, orange, and lemon juices with just the right amout of tequila, grenadine and grapefruit soda and you've got a party -- or vacation, if you have more than one -- in glass. Named after the Spanish word for "large cooking pot" it's best made in batches and served to lots of friends.
Alden's Elixir (non-alcoholic)
Based on Alden's secret "juice" it includes lemon-lime soda and wormwood bitters for a complex taste that helps redefine what a mocktail can be.
Key Limeade (non-alcoholic)
Alden spent months finding the right balance of freshly squeezed lime juice and his own blend of cane sugar and honey -- plus a special ingredient -- that had one of our customers saying she could "taste the graham cracker crust"! Excellent on its own over ice, it's also great frozen and may soon find its way into a new signature cocktail.