Invented at Pat O’Briens in New Orleans in 1942.
We use The Original Pat O’Briens Hurricane Mix (imported from New Orleans!) and 3 oz of Rum
(Lamb’s Palm Breeze and Navy Rum).
Despite its French name, the Vieux Carre is a classic American cocktail. It was invented in the New Orleans French Quarter, and is similar to the Manhattan.
Made with Martell VS, Sazerac Rye Whisky,
Sweet Vermouth, Bénédictine,
Angostura and Peychaud’s Bitters.
The “official” cocktail of New Orleans.
Invented by druggist Antoine Peychaud in the
early-mid 1800’s, it is made with Sazerac Rye Whisky, simple syrup, Peychaud’s Bitters, and Absinthe Spritz,
with a twist of lemon.
Southern Comfort, cranberry juice and
fresh squeezed lime.
Adopted by New Orleans in 1940!
Made with Pimm’s No.1, fresh lemon juice,
simple syrup, soda water, garnished with
fresh cucumber and lime.
Thank You, France, for this sparkling wine cocktail!
Martell VS, fresh lemon juice, simple syrup,
and French Sparkling Wine.
PORT OF NEW ORLEANS
A classic Rum cocktail combining
Havana Club Anejo Rum, Ginger Beer
and fresh lime juice,
topped with Myers’s Dark Rum Float.
THE CANADIAN OLD FASHIONED
This Southern cocktail combines
Pike Creek Whisky, muddled oranges,
cherries, sugar, and a dash of
Regan’s Orange Bitters,
topped off with soda water.