A kooky, creamy concoction of pandan, Beefeater and Cacao. As green as Bowie’s left eye and as smooth as his dance moves (excluding Dancing in the Street).
This rejigged twist on the espresso martini brings together Wyborowa vodka, chocolate, vanilla and Malaysian Kopi O coffee. Just like the Barry Manilow hit, you’ll pretend to enjoy it ironically.
Goes down like Aqua after a long day. A tall and refreshing mix of rum, Melbourne Moonshine Sweet Tea, turmeric and Malaysian sour plum - perfect for treating the symptoms of disco fever.
A ‘straight up banger’ to keep the people happy and the party going. A cover of the classic New York Sour with Olmeca Altos Plata, smoked lychee, vanilla and a red wine float.
A serious rye number with Campari, calamansi and palm sugar playing back-up. This one is for those who shine brightest during the instrumentals - we’ve cobbled together some courage for you so you can turn that air guitar up to eleven.
This sunshine-yellow mango dream of Plantation Pineapple and chilli, lemongrass and kaffir lime infused sake will take you away to skies of blue and seas of green. One sip of this and you’ll be living life with ease..in a yellow submarine.
Is it me you’re looking for? A fruity, floral flourish of Beefeater gin, pomelo and chrysanthemum. A delicate number with more happening on the back-palate than Lionel Ritchie’s mullet.
Straight Outta Slingapore
A little riff on the relishable Raffle’s Singapore Sling with gin, Curaçao, DOM Benedictine, pineapple, mandarin and cherry brandy.
Chai a Lil’ Tenderness
Smooth and soulful like the great Otis Redding. A sweet and salty combination of spiced rum, chai, condensed milk and preserved mandarin will make you feel like you’re sitting the dock of the bay.
Ground Control to Marga-Tom
Our mates up the road at Fancy Hanks have lent us some of their fiery Jalapeno & Peach hot sauce to add some spice to this Heroes twist on a Tommy’s Margarita. Pineapple juice and coriander add a sweet and savoury hint to the mix, with agave giving everything a smooth landing. Can you hear me Major Tom?