The Golden Age
1806 – 1919
Short, Potent & Aromatic
The Golden Age was a time in America when a new era of creativity and invention was marked. As the act of bartending becomes more theatrical and the cocktails of their time more elaborate, some of the most enduring and iconic cocktails were born.
Our story begins with house made bone marrow oil, which is infused with bourbon for 24 hours before being solidified, strained and smoked to create a smooth & buttery finish on the palate. Add notes of oak and mint, and you have yourself a Willard’s Julep; a cocktail inspired by the Napoleon of Bar-Keepers, Orsamus Willard who would whip up a Mint Julep for guests upon check in at New York’s 1794 City Hotel.
Our 147 West cocktail inspired by O.H. Bryon’s Metropolitan Cocktail in his Modern Bartender’s Guide, includes ingredients such as truffled congac, mancino secco, cardamom, lactic & beetroot acid and Peychaud’s with tasting notes that are silky and dry with aromas of truffle and rain.
Potent and floral, our Nymphs & Satyr is a spin on the classic Dry Martini with notes of chrysanthemum and honey.