Shrouded in mystery but sweet at its core, we combine aged rum, pineapple juice, lime, and angostura bitters over a large ice cube, then pipe in smoke to add another dimension of flavor. Prefer it without the smoke? As you wish!
We honor the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg with this cocktail of EQUAL parts Rosé Vermouth, Bitter Liqueur, and Grey Whale Gin. This one is strong but balanced, like RBG herself.
At Vero, we believe the Negroni is truly A Drink For All Seasons. We keep the classic simple with Grey Whale Gin, Carpano Antica Vermouth, and Campari, over an ice cube as big as Henry VIII’s head. The Negroni might just be the perfect cocktail – when properly executed.
Celebrate the season with this creamy combination of Fig-infused vodka, Amaretto, and Dark Chocolate Liqueur, topped with a White Chocolate foam that will have you singing carols about it!
It’s last call with this updated version of the Penicillin. Irish Whiskey, honey ginger syrup, and lemon over a Scotch Ice cube, finished with a smoked foam to cure all your maladies.
Vanquish your foes with our chili and turmeric-laced margarita that will have you breathing fire. Legend has it the Mad Queen herself was known to partake…
Never quite on time, but always the life of the party, our maple walnut old fashioned is a cozy winter sipper with a hint of cranberry and a splash of amaro to spice it up.
Take careful aim with this updated Washington Apple. Whiskey, apple liqueur, cranberry bitters, and apple-cardamom shrub create a delicate balance of sweet and savory. Remember though, don’t drink and shoot! Cocktails and archery do not mix.
I need 250cc of sangria, stat! Winter spiced Sangria served in a clear pouch. Be sure to provide your name and “wine type” for best results. (Cab, Pinot Noir, or Malbec)
Has 2020 had you grounded? Catch a flight with this combination of Mexican Mezcal, French Chartreuse, Spanish Vermouth, and American Bitters that is sure to take you places.
Twenty Boat Spiced Rum and Earl Grey bitters in a warm chai latte to thaw out on a cold winter night. Unfortunately, we have to charge a little more than 50 Cent for this one.