Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Bar Seven Five Releases Fall Cocktail Menu

Bar Seven Five, the swank cocktail den at the Hotel Andaz Wall Street has released its fall cocktail list. (I love the way bartenders procrastinate. Fall menus always come out in late October, summer menus in late June, etc.) This is a program that's overseen by the estimable Alchemy Consulting. Some good-looking things on the menu. Particularly interesting to me is the whiskey section, in which both drinks blend two sorts of whiskey, including the Perfect Pearl Manhattan, which, with its combo or American Rye and Scotch, seems to be a Frankenstein made of equal parts Manhattan and Rob Roy. Take a gander. 

House Cocktails 

75 smash Laird's Bonded Applejack, lemon, mint, Fee's old fashioned bitters


Part & Parcel: Ketel 1, lime, St. Germain, grapefruit, Peychaud bitters

Moscow Mule: Ketel 1, lime, housemade ginger syrup

Bee’s Knees: Tanqueray, lemon, honey syrup

Unusual Beginnings: Hayman’s Old Tom, Lillet blonde, Solerno blood orange liqueur

The Anecdote: Flor de Caña 7 yr, lemon, Lazzaroni Amaretto, Tawny Port

Blackstrapped Buck: flor de caña 4 yr, cruzan black strap, lime, housemade ginger syrup

Flaming Heart: Siete Leguas Blanco, lime, Licor 43, pineapple, green tabasco

Padre Corleone: Averna, Benedictine, Regan’s orange bitters

Spice Box: Johnnie Walker Red, lemon, Compass Box Spice Tree

Perfect Pearl Manhattan: Bulleit Bourbon, Dolin sweet & dry vermouth, Lagavulin Scotch

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