Fall is in the air at The Ostrich with a fresh new lineup of cocktails, carefully crafted by Brandon Casey and his team. With ingredients like figgy pudding bitters, yellow chartreuse, dessert blossom honey syrup and dehydrated mulling spices – the New Fangled Fall cocktails are an absolute necessity to ring autumn into season. The new menu is available beginning August 30, 2016.
“Drawing inspiration from classic cocktails and breathing autumn life into them, these redesigned classics pay homage to their roots while embracing new and local ingredients. The new cocktail menu features spirits from all over the world paired with local ingredients to help both reach their ultimate potential. We’ve married sweet, smoke, spice and citric to create a collection of drinks that are perfect for fall.” Said Brandon Casey, beverage director and mixologist, The Ostrich.
The Butcher, The Baker and The Candlestick maker are drinks inspired by the nursery rhyme “rub-a-dub-dub” published in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. This rhyme depicts three respectable townsfolk heading out of town to the fair, to do something dubious. Returning home, a bath is most certainly in order. At The Ostrich, cocktail fans shall enjoy a touch of theatrical entertainment that will accompany this fine fall mixology showmanship.
Here’s a peak at a few of the featured cocktails.
The Butcher – an inspired cobbler
Lagavulin 16, Don Zoilo Amontillado, spiced stone fruit syrup, served over cut ice with a cherry mint bouquet
The Baker – a fall inspired whisky sour
Bulleit Rye, Montenegro Amaro, Cocktail and Son’s King Cake Syrup, AZBL Figgy Pudding bitters, lemon juice, egg white.
The Candlestick Maker – a Mezcal riff on a last world
Montelobos Joven, Caskwerk’s Apple Pie, Yellow Chartruese, lemon juice. With dehydrated mulling spice.
Under the Norman Sun – simply the best Sazerac you’ll ever drink
VSOP Calvados, Rye, desert blossom honey syrup, AZBL Orange Sunshine, Peychaud’s, Pernod Absinthe Rinse, lemon twist.
For more information about The Ostrich and to view the complete menu, visit crustrestaurants.com/ostrich.