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Long; Fruity; Fun!
A big soft tropical fruity hug! Midori Melon, Malibu, Blue Curacao, and Banana liqueur with Pineapple & Lime.
Gin, Cherry Brandy, and Cointreau; Pineapple juice, Lime and a dash of bitters. Tart, fruity and refreshing. Apparently Captain Steve's first love...
Tastes just like Cherry Cola (Kinky!)... Bacardi Rum, Cherry Liqueur, Amaretto, and Coca Cola.
Fruity, simple, clean and refreshing.
White Zinfandel and Peach Schnapps, with Lemon Zest and soda.
A Sweet slug of Maple syrup, Vodka, Rhubarb liqueur, a squeeze of lemon, topped off with Ginger Ale. Butch but cute!
One of the world’s favourite cocktails: lots of tequila with Grapefruit, Lime and Agave, topped with Ting Grapefruit Soda, and a pinch of salt.
Tanqueray Gin, with Lemon Curd; Lemon, Lime and Pineapple Juices, and a spritz of soda. Perfectly balanced between stickily sweet, and refreshingly sharp.
Smirnoff Vodka, with Triple Sec, Brazillian Banana Liqueur, Pineapple, Orange, and Grenadine. Will impress the yuppies!
Just a touch more sour/bitter/boozy than the first group!
You’d prefer a beer you say? Well… try a large Jack Daniels, with Maple syrup, lemon, and bitters, topped up with Meantime IPA. It’ll put hairs on your chest (*maybe*)
This old bruiser remains most popular!
Gin, Vodka, Tequila, Rum, & Cointreau; with lime & cola.
The timeless Cosmo: Vodka, Cointreau, Cranberry Juice, Fresh Lime, and Orange Bitters.
Lychee liqueur, Blue curacao, and Pink Grapefruit make for a long drink more sophisticated and refreshing than its bright hue would suggest!
This sibling of the Long Island Iced Tea combines Southern Comfort, Vodka, Archers, Midori, and Cointreau, topped with Energy Drink.
Smirnoff is joined by crisp, floral Lillet Blanc and Pink Grapefruit.
A strong but sweet creation that doesn’t want to eat you! Vanilla Vodka and Coconut Rum, with Pineapple and lime; and just a hint of Blue Curacao.
Rich and Rum-forward selections... 'Jungle Bird' just slipped into the Negroni section.
A tempestuous blend of Ruby Port, Woods 100 Dark Rum, and juices. Rich and powerful, this will test your sea legs!
Cuban White Rum, with Maraschino liqueur, Lime and Grapefruit juices.
Spicy Falernum and Malibu coconut rum, with Pineapple, Lime, and (plant-based) cream make a delicious drink, without any whole pineapples in blenders!
The definitive rum cocktail? Dark and White rums, Falernum sugarcane liqueur,
and Pineapple, Grapefruit and Lime juices.
A White Rum base, with Licor 43, Grapefruit Juice, Lime, and Aromatic Bitters.
The Nautilus Mai Tai is based on Havana 7yr Rum, with Triple Sec, Falernum, Fresh Lime and Almond & Pomegranate syrups.
Cinnamon Sweet, Tobasco Fiery, or Brandy warming selection.
A hot favourite - Kraken Rum, Lime, Demerara, & bitters; muddled and finished with fiery Fever Tree Ginger Beer.
A large measure of Smirnoff, a dash of dry sherry, Tomato Juice, with Worcestershire Sauce, Tabasco, Celery Salt, celery bitters and Lemon Juice. Dinner is served!
Buffalo Trace Bourbon with Stone’s Ginger Wine, Butterscotch Schnapps and Cloudy Apple Juice; served with crystalized ginger.
Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow? Honey tequila, lime, and Fever Tree Ginger Beer make this sweet cousin to the Dark'n'Stormy.
Bisongrass Vodka and Cinnamon, mixed with Cloudy Apple Juice and a touch of Cranberry; with just a drizzle of custard syrup (!) sweet but delicately spicy.
Buffalo Trace Bourbon, with Maple syrup & Angostura Bitters.
A base of Courvoisier, with Cacao and Curacao Liqueurs,
and a splash of rich Martini Rosso.
Brandy and Benedictine are a classic pairing, the sticky herbal sweetness quenching the cognac's fire; here elevated by a slug of walnut bitters.
These all bear a distinctive bitter kick usually provided by the lurid pink of Campari!
Bittersweet and moreish: Equal parts Tanqueray Gin, Campari, and Sweet Martini.
Tanqueray Gin, Dry Martini, and Luxardo Bitter Bianco are combined with Green Chartreuse and fruity Japanese Midori to create this vibrant punchy Negroni variant.
Captain Steve doesn’t really have this marmaladey treat for breakfast… it makes the toast soggy! Tanqueray Sevillla, Fresh Orange Juice, Campari and Rosso Martini.
A French spin on the classic; the honeyed bitterness of Suze, zesty Lillet Blanc and Gin.
Tanqueray, Martini Rosso, and Italian herbal ‘health elixir’ Ferro China Baliva.
A modern classic, twisting rum into the Negroni: the molasses richness of Woods 100 Rum and fruity bitterness of Campari, with Pineapple Juice and zesty lime.
This citrussy Italian delight features Limoncello, Campari, and Martini Rosso; with orange oils and a quick spritz of soda - A longer, lemon-led cousin to the Negroni!
A long measure of Tanqueray Gin, with St Germain Elderflower and (of course) Campari and Pink Grapefruit. Sweeter, but still with that Negroni bite.
We use vegan Soya Cream, and we daresay it mixes even better than cow juice!
The classic cream cocktail: Courvoisier, with White and Brown Cacao, fresh cream, and a pinch of nutmeg.
Black Forest Gateau? Absolut Vanilla, White Chocolate Liqueur and Cherry Brandy, mixed with fresh cream… I’m getting fatter just typing this…
Sweet Peanut Butter Syrup, balanced with a dash of bitter Espresso and cream; Frangelico, Butterscotch and Chocolate liqueurs, and a slug of vodka for good measure. Slightly TOO delicious...
Another creamy indulgence; this one with Courvoisier, Frangelico, and Cacao Liqueur.
A chocolatey, minty treat; combining Smirnoff Vodka, Crème de Menthe, and Crème de Cacao with fresh cream... perhaps best enjoyed ‘After Eight?’
Like a dainty citrussy dessert; with White Chocolate liqueur, Licor 43, fresh cream and Orange Juice; finished with orange bitters and nutmeg.
A creamy alternative to the Espresso Martini; with Frangelico, cream, vodka, Kahlua, and Espresso.
Primarily named for their short and punchy serves, not the presence of Martini!
Smirnoff Vodka and Pineapple Juice gain éclat Français from the addition of rich Black Raspberry liqueur Chambord.
Our own sweet twist on the pornstar: Vanilla Vodka and Wild Strawberry Liqueur, Cranberry and Lime. Finished with a shot of Prosecco.
Absolut Pear is the delicious heart of this fruit ‘Martini’ with Cloudy Apple, Lemon, and a little honey syrup to soften the edges.
The UK's favourite: Passionfruit Liqueur and Vanilla Vodka; Pineapple and Lime Juice, and Prosecco on the side.
Tanqueray Gin, Martini Rosso and Vermouth, with a dash of sugar and lemon and freshly pulped Raspberries.
Iced Fresh Espresso with Smirnoff and Kahlua. We like to let the Kahlua stand proud, eschewing additional sugar or vanilla.
A relatively 'proper' Martini to finish - Tanqueray, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Dry Vermouth and a dash of Sauvignon Blanc. Dry and Aromatic.
Power to the Prosecco!
Courvoisier, Cherry Brandy, and Orange Bitters topped with Prosecco.
Sherberty Limoncello and bubbly Prosecco make an invigorating mix!
Prosecco with a sweet biscuit nuttiness given by Butterscotch Schnapps and Frangelico.
Seriously refreshing with bittersweet Aperol adding oomph to crisp prosecco.
Ian has, of course, given his emphatic approval to EVERY drink on the list, but this tipple - Prosecco with sweet perfumed Lychee Liqueur - is the only one to bear his name!
Including some of the earliest cocktails recorded. Lime or Lemon juice are major ingredients. Many classic sours contain Egg White, but we use a vegan foamer at Nautilus Lounge.
This gin sour variant takes Bombay Sapphire, and laces it with Maraschino, floral Crème de Violette and lemon juice.
We add a hint of ginger and to the classic Disaronno Amaretto/Lemon Juice blend, punchy and lip-smacking.
French Calvados, Lemon juice, Demerara, and Angostura bitters combine for a thoroughly delicious sour variant.
At Nautilus we use Tanqueray Gin, with flavoursome Green Chartreuse, bittersweet Luxardo Maraschino; and lots of fresh Lime juice, and we reckon it’s the last word!
Perhaps the granddaddy of all cocktails? We use Tanqueray Rangpur, a little Lime cordial and lots of freshly squeezed lime juice.
It couldn't be simpler, but this mix of Lemon, Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Demerara and Bitters is a perennial favourite.
Yes: it IS a sour! Our Margarita uses Cazcabel’s Reposado Tequila, Cointreau, and lots of fresh Lime. Orange Bitters and Agave syrup give tang; like a glass of Mexican Sun!
St Germain Elderflower Liqueur and Lime are the base for this Heavenly light tipple.
We serve 7 parts Tanqueray to 1 part Martini Vermouth.
Shaken to dilute slightly and amplify the vermouth, with a twist of lemon rind. 🐙
Dirty (with Olives and Brine) 🐙 🐙
Vesper (mixing Gin and Vodka and switching the Vermouth for Lillet Blanc) 🐙 🐙
Why not upgrade to Tanqueray 10, Absolut Elyx or Grey Goose 🐙 🐙 🐙
We use Buffalo Trace Bourbon for our Manhattan, mixed 2 to 1 with Martini Rosso, and with just a few dashes of cocoa bitters. Or try it Dry (with Vermouth) or Perfect (with a mix of both Martinis) 🐙 🐙
Cocktail prices Single / Pair: 🐙 £10 / £17 🐙🐙 £11 / £18 🐙🐙🐙 £12 / £20
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