Cocktails & others

House Cocktails

Mojito
+0,50 € Strawberry or mango flavour
9,00 €

Spiced Ice Tea
House peach ice tea, spiced rhum
9,50 €

Blackcurrant Mule
Blackcurrant leaf kombucha, Stoli Salted Karamel
9,50 €

Stoli Mule
Stoli Salted Karamel, ginger beer
9,00 €

Sevilla Spritz
Tanquray Sevilla, cava, hint of orange juice
9,00 €

Artzpriz
Artzprit, cava, hint of soda
9,00 €

Wasa Lemonade
Gin, sugar, honey-needle kombucha
9,50 €

House Mocktails

Seedlip Mojito
7,50 €

Seedlip Tonic
7,00 €

Finnish Gin & Tonics

à 11,50

ARCTIC BLUE GIN + Franklin’s Tonic
Colourless, dry, warm, juniper berry notes, wild berry notes, light cardamom notes, hint of pine.
GIN FROM ILOMANTSI, FINLAND

NAPUE GIN + Fever-Tree Tonic
Rye-based Kyrö Gin (formerly known as Napue gin) boasts locally foraged fresh botanicals, including sea buckthorn, cranberries and birch leaves. The distinct fragrance and flavour of an early morning, misty Finnish meadow is instantly recognisable.
GIN FROM ISOKYRÖ, FINLAND

METSÄ GIN & Franklin’s Tonic
Gustav Metsä Gin is mainly made from raw materials harvested from the Nordic forests and fields. In manufacturing, among other things, spruce sprouts, birch leaves, and rowanberries are used. These Nordic treasures are aroma distilled delicately by hand with the over 160 years of experience of a family company.
GIN FROM KUOPIO, FINLAND

KOSKUE GIN & Fever-Tree Tonic
Following on from the success of Kyrö’s rye gin Napue (winner of the inaugural IWSC Gin & Tonic Trophy), this is an aged gin from the Finnish distillery.
GIN FROM ISOKYRÖ, FINLAND

PAYDAY GIN & Franklin’s Tonic
Crafting from the forests of Finland, this distilling division continues in the footsteps that date back to 1932 and the end of prohibition. Our secretive bootleggers have stepped out of the shadowy woods and developed into the modern day distillers, showing the world why Finns are the happiest people.
GIN FROM TAMPERE, FINLAND

LOIJHTU GIN & Fever-Tree Tonic
Spirit distilling has century-long traditions in the North. Home distilling of spirits was prohibited in 1866, and a prohibition law prevailed in Finland in 1919–1932. Rulers and laws have changed, but distilling skills have passed from generation to the next as secret traditional knowledge.
GIN FROM TORNIO, FINLAND