Phat Cats Bistro Cocktails
Created by Phat Cats Bistro on 7/9/2020 11:51:41 AM
For your pleasure, here you have Phat Cats Signature Cocktails and our Prohibition Era Cocktails.
PHAT CATS SIGNATURE COCKTAILS
Phat Cat Cosmo-$11
Our version of the classic Cosmo. Lemon Vodka, Orange Liqueur, fresh lime & cranberry puree served straight up
Orange Vodka, Orange Liqueur & pomegranate juice served straight up in a sugar rimmed glass
Deacon Giles Spiced Rum, Coconut Rum, Coconut Cream, Orange & Pineapple Juice & fresh grated nutmeg
Black & Blue Martini-$12
Locally Distilled Beauport Vodka, slightly dirty served straight up with blue cheese stuffed black olives
Hotel California Blanco, Tequila, Orange Liqueur, sour mixwith a splash of mango juice served up in a salt & sugar rimmed glass
Cucumber, mint & lime muddled together then drowned in Hendricks Gin Topped off with Orangina & local Ginger Beer
Grape Vodka, White Wine, Chambord & cranberry juice served straight up in a sugar rimmed glass
Deacon Giles Spiced Rum, Banana Liqueur, Coconut Rum, Amaretto, Pineapple & Mango Juice
PROHIBITION ERA COCKTAILS
Phat Cat Sling-$11
Our version of The Singapore Sling. Hendrick’s Gin, Pimm’s, Chambord, Pineapple Juice, Sour Mix, Topped off w/local Ginger Beer
It was named after the motorcycle sidecar in which a WWI Captain was driven to & from a little bistro. A twisted take made w/Brockmans Gin, along w/Bauchant & lemon juice. Served straight up w/a lemon twist
Sometimes referred to as the oldest known American cocktail, this New Orleans’s concoction starts w/muddling sugar & Peychaud Bitters till well dissolved, next an absinthe rinse, followed by a good pour of Rye Whiskey. Served on the rocks w/a Lemon twist
The Seelbach Cocktail is named for the hotel where it was created in 1918. Served in a fluted glass, Bully Boy Barrel Aged Whiskey, Orange Liqueur, Peychaud & Angostura bitters, topped w/Prosecco & orange twist
The Deshler Cocktail-$12
Named for the WWI era Boston based boxer Dave Deshler, it made its debut in Hugo Ennslin’s 1917 book Recipes for Mixed Drinks. It’s a Boston take on the Manhattan. Equal parts Rye Whiskey & Dubonnet Rouge, Orange Liqueur, Peychaud bitters, muddled orange & an orange twist.
The Last Word-$12
This cocktail was created in 1920’s prohibition era Detroit. It was lost through the years after WWII until recently being rediscovered. This concoction consist of equal parts Brockman’s Gin, fresh lime juice, Green Chartreuse & Maraschino liqueur. It just might be your last word!!
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