This is a refreshing drink that’s built straight into a highball glass.
A cocktail perfect for the autumn. This is the Post Shift by Ryan Thacker.
A fluffy drink made with pineapple and yuzu – and an alcohol-free spirit called Gnista – making this a mocktail.
A tiki overload with banana, cinnamon and pineapple. But with no rum though…
A riff of Blood & Sand. This is the Scandinavian version using akvavit rather than rum.
In the Court Royale gin and applejack are combined, and oh how good it is!
An elegant twist on one of the world’s most iconic cocktails.
A magical drink, going from purple to yellow during its mixing phase. This is The Wizard.
A cocktail with a very vibrant color thanks to the Aperol in it. This is the Almost Famous drink.
An Old Fashioned made with scotch. Slightly different, much enjoyable.
A quite cool cocktail which mixes genever, cold brew coffee and tonic. This is Koffie & Tonic!
The classic of classics; the Old Fashioned cocktail.
A drink suggested for New Year’s Eve, that we anyway had in October. The North to Alaska can be enjoyed all year around.
Simple, yet so lively and interesting. The Whisky Highball is a classic for a reason.
A yellow and tropical drink the Parasol is. We love its tiki features and how refreshing it is to drink.
An irresistible blend of Italicus, sherry, Cocchi and Suze. The Golden Hour is one of our favourite cocktails from bar Dear Irving in New York City.
Made with gin and akvavit from the small island of Hven, this is the Edda cocktail.
An original mocktail, made with Gnista non-alcoholic spirit. We present: Top Up.