No time to plan, just dive right in with this Mezcal Old Fashioned featuring Agave, Aztec Chocolate and chili bitters, and a touch of smoke. There is a 32.33 (repeating of course) percent chance you will have a new favorite after you taste this one!
The Midnight Train To Georgia
Get on board with a Cosmo riff featuring Orange Vodka, peach puree, and a pip of Benedictine to add a little depth.
The White Rabbit
Classic Cocktails are back en vogue, and perhaps no place did the classics like New Orleans. Much like the French 75, the original Sazerac recipe is a bit murky, particularly whether the base is Rye whiskey or Brandy. We use both, healthy splashes of Peychaud and Angostura Bitters, and a rinse of Lucid absinthe in our take. Down the rabbit hole you go!
With a swish of a wand and a flick of the wrist, Manhattan flights have returned to Vero! Enjoy a sampler board featuring a Bourbon Manhattan, a Mezcal version, and a Martinez, which features gin and sweet vermouth
Bring Me To Life!
The pre-prohibition golden age of cocktails featured several “hangover cures” known as Corpse Revivers. We recreate No. 2 with a combination of gin, Cointreau, Luxardo bitter and lemon juice, strained into an absinthe-rinsed glass. This one is sure to wake you up inside!
There’s Always Money In The Banana Stand
Take a second and sip this cool banana rum punch before doing anything drastic. It has a little heat, but not enough to burn the whole place down.
The Joan of Arc
The Maid of Orleans meets the cocktail of New Orleans! Though the primary spirit in a French 75 remains contentious, we prefer cognac over gin. We add an extra taste of France with yellow chartreuse, a splash of lemon, and top it off with champagne to create a truly inspired recipe.