Everyone would probably agree this winter’s been awful.
But with warmer temperatures here (and dare we say, “to stay?”), we are pleased to present our new spring cocktail menu, hand-crafted with love by the Verde bartending crew.
Spicy Mango MargaritaPepper-infused Pueblo Viejo reposado tequila, mango puree, orange, lime, aloe vera. By Rachael. The name says it all. If you loved the Jalapina, this is your drink.
Coco Loco Margarita1800 Coconut tequila, curaçao, pineapple, lime, toasted coconut rim. By Jeff. Even though it’s spring, this margarita teases us with a taste of summer, beaches, and sunshine.
Rabbit SeasonSombra joven mezcal, carrot, strawberry, jalapeño-agave syrup, lime By Jason. We pivot from tequila to the smokiness of mezcal and use vegetable juice for a healthy twist with this spring cocktail. Like Thumper, it’s got a heck of a kick, too.
El BomberoCruzan light rum, passion fruit, lime, Aperol, Angostura bitters, Lemon Hart 151 float By Jason. You want flair? How about a flaming cocktail then? With a recipe rooted in the traditional hurricane, this drink’s got as much substance as it does style.
UppercrustPlymouth gin, lemongrass, lime, dried lavender. By Jackie. Gin drinkers will rejoice in this cool, crisp cocktail, served up in a coup. Perfect for spring.
Double BarrelBulleit bourbon, Bulleit rye, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, grapefruit bitters By Jodie. Just because we’re a tequila joint doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy a good whiskey drink every now and then. This one’s potent, but balanced. (pictured at top)
Señor CollinsTres Generaciones blanco tequila, lemon, lime, agave syrup, soda By Cory. Mr. Tom Collins heads south of the border and meets a new friend… in tequila.
Tequila Old FashionedCorralejo reposado tequila, agave nectar, Angostura bitters. By Nathan. A classic and a favorite — one that will probably stay on our menu forever.
That’s the lineup. Cheers to warm(er) weather!