Bee's Knees

This is a classic sour drink from The Ritz in Paris, the honey compliments the jasmine and floral notes in the gin.

White Negroni

This is a twist on one of our most loved cocktails that Dushan Zaric created at Employees Only in New York City.

Mid Morning Fizz

A lighter but more complex cocktail.

The Martini

The Classic perfected with Fords Gin.

Fords 50/50 Martini
It Doesn't Take An Empire

"It has Gin and Tea in it so you can’t go wrong.” - Simon Ford

Daiquiri No 2.

The basic recipe for a daiquiri is also similar to the grog British sailors drank aboard ship from the 1740s onwards.

Aviation Cocktail

The first printed mention of this drink was found in Recipes for Mixed Drinks (1916), by Hugo Ensslin a New York bartender at the Hotel Wallick in Times Square.
It became one of the top...

Source: The Savoy Cocktail Book 1930.

The drink was supposedly invented by an American mining engineer, named Jennings Cox, who was in Cuba at the time of the Spanish–American War.

London Calling
Twentieth Century

In 1939, a British bartender named C.A. Tuck crafted this cocktail as a tribute to the legendary train, The 20th Century Limited, at its time the most famous locomotive in the world and designed...

Chocolate Negroni

Created by Naren Young at Dante NYC.

A Mary Pickford is a Prohibition Era cocktail made with white rum, fresh pineapple juice, grenadine, and Maraschino liqueur. It is served shaken and chilled, often with a Maraschino cherry.


The Harlem Cocktail combines Fords Gin with Maraschino. Maraschino is a clear, relatively dry liqueur made from sour Marasca cherries; these cherries are found almost exclusively on the coast of...

From Gwynnett St, Brooklyn.

Fraise Sauvage, Employees Only

Created by Mixologist Jason Kosmas of Employees Only–New York, NY.


This modern classic was created in the mid 1980's by Dick Bradsell at Fred's Club in Soho, London.

Casino Cocktail

From The Savoy Cocktail book published 1930.

Hair Trigger

As seen at the Nomad Hotel.

Gulf Coast Martini

A spoonful of Guinness stout “essence” adds a robust bitter note to this drink, created for a Martini-and-oyster pairing event where it matched up with briny Gulf Coast oysters. A rotovap (rotary...


A prohibition era creation, this was the house cocktail at the famous Manhattan Speakeasy, The 21 Club.