Cocktail Du Jour (Sydney Hipster Bar Edition, Part 2)

Eddie Pensier writes:

“Dublin or Nothing” (Jameson, benedictine, peach, pineapple, ginger) and “Annabel Lee Martini” (raisin-infused gin, spiced maple syrup, orange, lemon) at the Baxter Inn, located in the same dingy central Sydney alleyway as The Barber Shop and certainly one of the finest cocktail establishments I’ve had the good fortune to patronize.


“Bon Vivant Milk Punch” (cognac, spice, vanilla, nutmeg, milk), served in a milk bottle.


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6 Responses to Cocktail Du Jour (Sydney Hipster Bar Edition, Part 2)

  1. Tex says:

    They know how to make a proper Old Fashioned as well.


  2. Will S. says:

    Reblogged this on Will S.' Sunny Side Blog and commented:
    I’m glad to see such creativity in cocktails today, but I’m also glad to read, as per Tex’ comment, that they still know how to do the basics. 🙂


  3. Fenster says:

    Just finished off a Charlie Chaplin cocktail at the Sofitel Metropole in Hanoi, which is kinf\d of the Vietnamese version of Sinagpore’s Raffles Hotel. Chaplin stayed here back in the day, as did Jane Fonda and Joan Baez, the latter of which took up residence in the hotel bomb shelter during the “Christmas Bombing”.

    No Joan Baez cocktail to be seen.

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