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Four Corners-Representations of Governmental and Social Law and Structure

Charleston Light Dragoon’s Punch   10

     Recipe from 1783 discovered in the archives of the Preservation Society of Charleston 

     California Brandy, Barbados Rum, Peach Brandy, Black Tea, Lemon, Raw Sugar

 Barrel-Aged Manhattan  15

     Our Take on the Manhattan with Whiskey, Vermouth and Bitters. Barrel Rested for at least 30 Days

Reserve Manhattan 23

     HUSK Knob Creek Single Barrel 9yr, Carpano Antica Vermouth, Angostura Bitters, Jack Rudy Bourbon Cherries

The Blinker 11 

     Rye, St. Germain, Lemon, Grapefruit

CBWS Punch 10 

     Bourbon, Barbados Rum, Orange, Lemon, Honey and Raw Sugar

Front Porch-Easy Breezy Joggling Board Sippers

Turn the Page   10 

     Vodka, Hibiscus Tea, Vanilla, Page Mandarin Orange

Aero Mexico     10 

     Tequila, Sauvignon Blanc, Apricot, Lemon, Agave

Moonless Sky   12 

     Gin, Crème de Violette, Grand Marnier, Angostura Amaro, Dolin Dry Vermouth, Lemon

Talking in Cursive         12 

    HUSK 7 Year Bernheim Whiskey, Amaro Nonnino, Mango Shrub, Foggy Ridge Cider

Asylum-Visit Fenwick Hall and Color Outside the Lines

Fields of Paradise         13 

     Tequila, Mezcal, Southern Amaro, Strawberry, Grains Of Paradise, Black Pepper, Lime

Admiral’s Punch 12

    Rye, Batavia Arrack, House Made Falernum, Green Tea, Chamomile, Lime         

Through the Garden 12   

     Rum, Green Chartreuse, Red Pepper, Agave, Lime, Calamansi Vinegar, Basil

 

Midnight Run   13   

     Bourbon, Fernet Branca, Bonal, Chamomile Tea, Cucumber, Lemon


HUSK Bourbon

Madeira

Madeira

The entire island chain is blanketed by rich volcanic soils. Production began back in the Age of Exploration in the 15th when Madeira was a main port for ships heading to the New World. In the 1720‚Äôs Madeiran ships began to regularly set sail for Charleston and other major Eastern US ports, as the importation of wine was of great importance to the colonists as no wine quality grapes were grown. It was the drink of choice for the Elite and wealthy Southern plantation owners. This fortified wine is noted for its unique winemaking process which involves heating the wine up to temperatures as high as 140 ¬įF for an extended period of time and deliberately exposing the wine to some levels of oxidation. Due to this unique process, Madeira is a very robust wine that can be quite long lived even after being opened.

Rare Wine Company, Sercial (Dry), ‚ÄúCharleston‚ÄĚ……..$11
Strong acidity and nutty flavors.

Rare Wine Company, Verdelho (Off Dry), ‚ÄúSavannah‚ÄĚ……..$11
Lightly sweet with an orange zest and buttery shortbread finish.

Rare Wine Company, Bual (Medium Sweet),‚ÄúBoston‚ÄĚ……..$11
Moderately sweet with notes of dried figs, walnuts and maple syrup.

Rare Wine Company, Malmsey (Sweet), ‚ÄúNew York‚ÄĚ……..$11
Classic toffee and caramel notes with chocolate, nuts and dark fruit flavors.

Cider

The traditional Southern bubbles. Only 100 years ago, more cider was consumed in this country than beer . Prohibition devestated the industry and many orchards were cut down and replaced. We are on a mission to reintroduce quality cider from Southern artisan producers who are dedicated to the craft of cider production. We are seeking out those that use Heirloom bitter cider apples and produce pre prohibition style dry ciders

Foggy Ridge, Virginia¬†¬†Serious Cider (0.4% RS)…..(750ml)¬†$10/42
English cider apples, like Stoke Red and Dabinett with colonial American favorites, Ashmead’s Kernel and Roxbury Russett

Foggy Ridge, Virginia, Handmade (1% RS)…..(500ml) $12/35
100% Virginia Newton Pippin apples

¬†Argus Fermentables, Austin Texas¬†Vinho Pearde¬†(2% RS)…..(750ml)¬†$10/42
100% Pear Cider, Unfiltered from Texas 

Foggy Ridge, Virginia Sweet Stayman (2.3% RS)…..(750ml)¬†$10/42
Newton Pippin and Cox’s Orange Pippin blended with the late ripening original Stayman varietal

Foggy Ridge, Virginia Pippin Gold (5% RS)…..$13
Diane‚Äôs ‚Äúapple port,‚ÄĚ fermented Pippin apple juice fortified with a neutral apple brandy

Amendment XVIII

Party like it's January 17, 1920

Jet Set ………………………………………..5

Plum Shrub, Mint, Lime, Soda Water, 

A Note From Mrs. G. Smith…………………………………………………..5

Apple Cider, Ginger Beer, Grated Nutmeg, Lime

Shirley Dinklage…………………………………………………………………..5

Blenheim’s Ginger Ale, Jack Rudy Grenadine, Lemon

 

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