The Dark ‘N Stormy cocktail was first invented by the Gosling brothers in the 1970s. Although similar in many ways to a Moscow Mule, the drink is distinctive as it is made using rum instead of vodka. It is also one of only four cocktails in the world to be officially trademarked.
The Moscow Mule is a classic cocktail which first gained popularity in America during the 1940s and became an officially recognised drink in 1941 when it was brought to Manhattan bars. The cocktail is part of the ‘buck’ family due to the presence of ginger beer and citrus juice in the drink.
The Skinny Bee*tch cocktail is our twist on the classic vodka-tonic cocktail. A fairly clean drink, which is lower on the calories than some sweeter cocktails, the recipe is genius and the perfect refreshment for a warm summer’s day or as a light aperitif before dinner.
To create our version of the Mint Julep we like to use a combination of Beeble Honey Whisky, brown sugar, mint leaves and a splash of water. Stirred, not shaken, this creates a deliciously refreshing cocktail, perfect for a warm summer’s evening.
The Brown Derby Cocktail is believed to have been created in Billy Wilkerson’s Vendome Club in Hollywood, California during the early 1930s. Its name was then coined in honour of the Brown Derby restaurant, who’s original location was built in the shape of a Derby hat nearby.