The Cucumber Crusher
Crisp cucumbers and fresh lemons muddled with Mammoth Gin, simple syrup and club soda. Totally refreshing!
Gettin’ Sour in TC
Traverse City Whiskey shaken with lemon juice and simple syrup and topped with a cherry.
A long island with homemade raspberry simple syrup, peach schnapps and pineapple juice. Just as tasty as the original!
Red Cedar Delight
Red Cedar Bourbon paired with peach schnapps, homemade raspberry simple syrup and orange juice. Delightful!
A traditional Paloma cocktail that is easy to drink. It’s made with tequila, lime juice, grapefruit juice and a little fizz.
Gypsy Berry Blast
Michigan made Gypsy Vodka combined with homemade raspberry simple syrup, lemon juice and energy drink. This will get your day going!
A Berry Mammoth
Mammoth Gin shaken with fresh squeezed lemon juice and homemade blueberry simple syrup and topped with frozen blueberries.
Day Dreamer’s Best Friend
Homemade apricot simple syrup and fresh lime juice mixed with Michigan made Gypsy Vodka, ginger beer and club soda.
Brunchin’ at the Crunch
A bottle of champagne served with four flight glasses filled with different mixers to give you a variety of delicious combinations. The mixers in order from top of paddle to handle of paddle: Ruby Red Grapefruit Juice, Apricot Simple Syrup, Blueberry Simple Syrup and Simply Peach Juice. NO SUBSTITUTIONS!
A Bloody Cure: Save Me, Heal Me, Recover Me
Ghost Tequila mixed with our homemade spicy bloody mary mix and garnished with an olive and lime. Definitely suited to heal any hangover!
The Last Round-Up
Chilled Pendleton Rye Whiskey served up with sweet vermouth and bitters and garnished with a Traverse City cherry.
Mid Summer Mezcal
Montelobos Mezcal and New Holland Clockwork Orange complemented with a couple dashes of chocolate bitters. A delightful ending to any day!
Strawberry Dreams Forever
Fresh strawberries shaken with lemonade and Pink Whitney Vodka. Delightfully tasty and murky at the same time. Perfect for any patio day!
Homemade Apricot Simple Syrup and lemonade stirred in with Bells Oberon. Yum!