Miscellaneous Cocktails

Those drinks that don’t fit neatly into any category but have a place here on our list because they’re just too fantastic not to…

Caipirinha – £6.00

Abelha Cachaca – Sugar – lime juice
The national drink of Brazil, made with Cachaca which is a cane sugar rum. We use Abelha, a superb variant with a note of honey on the taste. One to drink in the hottest of hot s ummers out on our balcony.

Bellini – £6.00

Prosecco – Fruit Syrup
There are countless versions of the Bellini available, and we will usually have; Peach, Passion Fruit, Strawberry and any seasonal syrups that we have made up – ask your bartender for current availability.

Side Car – £6.00

Baron de Sigognac Bas Armagnac (VS) – Cointreau – Lemon Juice
A Parisian classic from the time of the Great War, supposedly invented by a side car riding British army captain billeted in Paris.

Ultimate Margarita – £6.20

El Jimador Reposado Tequila – Giffard’s Agave sec – Lime Juice – Salt
A Margarita is traditionally made with Cointreau and we will do so for you if you like, but this version is made with a unique agave liqueur which adds a superb extra layer of flavour to the drink you won’t find anywhere else

Marm-arita’ – £6.20

El Jimador Reposado Tequila – Giffard’s Agave sec – Lime Juice – Marmite
Yup – you did read that correctly! a Margarita that we serve with Marmite instead of salt, which has to be tasted to be believed – love it or hate it?

Gonzo Hot Toddy – £6.00

Compass Box ‘Orangerie Whisky Infusion’ – Cloves – Honey – Lemon Juice – Orange Zest
Cold? Then this is the one for you. Feel the warmth return to your very bones as you enjoy the hot infusion of exotic spices that make up our favourite winter warmer.

Long Island Iced Tea – £8.00 / £10.00

Hayman’s Gin – Havana Blanco Run – Wyborowa Vodka – El Jimador Tequila – Cointreau – Lemon Juice – Dash of Pepsi
The ultimate white spirit cocktail which quite simply has “all of the booze” in it. When made perfectly it’s a beautiful thing, and we always make it perfectly!

Jugs / Teapots

The drinks on this page are built to share with friends, and served, either in jugs or beautiful vintage tea pots.

Long Island Iced Tea Pot – £20.00

Hayman’s Gin – Havana Blanco Run – Wyborowa Vodka – El Jimador Tequila – Cointreau – Lemon Juice – Pepsi
The ultimate white spirit cocktail which quite simply has “all of the booze” in it. In this case the drink is ‘scaled up’ to work as a tea pot to share.

Rum Punch- £20.00

Havana Blanco, Gosling’s Black Seal, Koko Kanu Coconut Rum Pineapple Juice, Orange Juice, Lime Juice, Grenadine
Bringing a bit of Caribbean sunshine to Holmfirth, this sweet and sexy concoction is refreshing and relaxing in equal measure

Gin Punch #1 – £20.00

Hayman’s London Dry Gin, Lemon Juice, Sugar Syrup, Chilled water, Angostura Bitters
Invented in 1814 by John Collins of Limmers Hotel in London, this delicious cocktail tastes like a fresh, sweet version of ‘real’ lemonade

Gonzo Apricot Gin Punch – £25.00

Hayman’s London Dry Gin, Chambord Raspberry Liqueur, Apricot Brandy, La Lunneta Prosecco, Orange Juice, Pineapple Juice, Gomme, Orange Juice, Lime Juice
Created in house using the wonderfully autumnal flavours of Apricot and black raspberry, this teapot cocktail is refreshing on summer and wonderfully warming on a cold winter evening snuggled into one of our giant sofas

Pimms and Lemonade / Pimms Royale- £15.00 / £25.00

Pimms Number one cup with either Lemonade or Prosecco, Fresh fruit; Strwaberries, mint, lemon and orange
Pimms Darling? We can make the classic version of this great British summer drink, or we can up the game and make it with a great dry ‘La Lunetta’ Prosecco for the extra class in your glass…

Whiskey Sangria – £20.00

J.W. Dant Bourbon – Cointreau – Rioja – Lemonade
The best Sangria you’ll get in Holmfirth – this twist on a Spanish summer cooler is served with added bite courtesy of a great Bourbon. Available as a jug for sharing on the sun terrace – if you happen to be joining us on one of those rare sunny Yorkshire days!


You can’t build a house without foundations, and these are the strongest of supports on which we have built our understanding of contemporary cocktail culture. You can trace a direct line through history from the drinks on this page to those elsewhere in our menu.

We’re happy to present the range of drinks below, each one is customisable to your individual taste. Talk to our bar tenders who will be happy to advise.

Old Fashioned – £7.00

Eagle Rare 10 Year old Single Barrel, Angostura Bitters, Brown Sugar, Yorkshire Water, Orange Peel
Every bartender worth his or her salt knows how to make a ‘perfect’ Old Fashioned, and each version is as individual as the person serving your drink. We recommend the ‘classic’ version using the ingredients above, but we’re happy to chat to you about creating your own personalised version.

Hand Shaken Daiquiri – £5.00

Havana Blanco, Lime Juice, Gomme
Nowadays, the Daiquiri is commonly seen as a fruity, blended refresher of a long drink, served in a rainbow cascade of flavours. When the drink was first conceived in Cuba, pre revolution, this is how it would have been. Sometimes – simplicity is the best thing.

Tom Collins – £5.00

Hayman’s London Dry Gin, Lemon Juice, Gomme, Soda
This drink first appears in print in 1874, and like all the classics on this page, it is the ancestor of many fantastic ‘new school’ cocktails such as the Bramble (invented in Soho in the 80’s) and is a must learn drink for all budding bartenders.

Manhattan – £6.50

JW Dant Bourbon, Sweet Red Vermouth (your choice), Angostura Bitters
Another drink invented in the late 1800’s, this incredibly boozy concoction is served with a maraschino cherry and taken short. We stock a range of vermouths from Europe and we can advise on the right one to suit your taste.

Singapore Sling – £7.00

Hayman’s London Dry Gin, Heering Cherry Liqueur, Cointrea, Benedictine, Grenadine, Pineapple Juice, Lime Juice, Angostura Bitters
The Singapore Sling is a South-East Asian cocktail. This long drink was developed sometime before 1915[1] by Ngiam Tong Boon, a Hainanese bartender working at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel Singapore. It was initially called the gin sling – a sling was originally an American drink composed of spirit and water, sweetened and flavoured