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Nimb Cocktail Card _3 -January 2010 v1.0

Nimb Cocktail Card _3 -January 2010 v1.0

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Published by angus winchester
Nimb Bar Cocktail card for January
Nimb Bar Cocktail card for January

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Published by: angus winchester on Feb 18, 2010
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Welcome to Nimb Bar…a temple to tippling temptation. With such a grandsetting we felt the desire to have lofty aspirations and high hopes to try andresurrect two key ideas about the realm of drinking...Firstly alcohol - and The Cocktail in particular - was once considered athing to be revered and cherished; a mystic substance and a culinaryartform; a gustatory delight. Each bottle represented an alchemical triumphand the result of someone’s life’s work. Each cocktail was a balanced blendof ingredients carefully constructed by people of talent – Bartenders.Secondly those Bartenders were once respected Artisan and MasterCraftsman. They were host, chef and expert whose choices in drink andcompany were well regarded and welcomed. Their aim to was to createliquid masterpieces and environments that bound people, as well asingredients, in sublime harmony. To these ends we offer and some advice:
Order as far as you can only from the menu itself and ask the Bartender for help and advice if needed.Every liquid, glass and mixer has been chosen for a reason and when yousample them you will see why.Quality and not quantity is the key to success in the art of drinking well. God is in the details
 
The better the ingredients the better the finished product – liquids,ambience, environment and company – we make all of our juices fresh and our syrups are handmade.
CheersAngus Winchester + Hannah Lanfear
 January
” To drink a cocktail in January is as lovely as to go for a walk in June” (after) John Paul Satre Frenchexistentialist philosopher and writer,1905-1980 )
Such a hard month for a bar is January. Detoxes seem to be the orderof the day rather than re-toxing and yet a bar is far more than a place just to consume alcohol. It is a place to rekindle friendships (andwhere better than in front of our roaring fire?), a place to unwind anda place to feel comfortable. It is what you choose to use it for frompartying with friends to escaping the hustle and bustle of the outsideworld and entering a calmer place where you are welcomed,understood and made to feel comfortable and important. This month we hope you will do all of this and more. With ”more”being sampling and enjoying our impressive selections of cocktails
 
and alcohols of many types. From our wine to our spirits we wish youall that the best of your 2009 is the worst of your 2010, may you haveblue skies and green lights and may our bar be too small to hold allyour friends...and we have a big bar!
Cocktails
Cosmopolitan #1115,-
First appearing in a book written by “The Travelling Mixologists”in 1933 this drink combines Dry Gin with homemade raspberry syrup andcitrus liqueurs and juices before being shaken vigourously and strained intoa chilled cocktail glass.
Cosmopolitan #2115,-
First appearing on the New York cocktail scene in the early1990s this modern marvel shakes citrus vodka with lime juice, Cointreau

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