New Drinks + All Day Rosé
Launching May 24th, some tasty new cocktails and wine arrive on the menu at Earls Kitchen + Bar!
Sharable drinks and patio season go hand-in-hand. From a fresh selection of refreshing Rosé wines to choose from to six smart twists on the Old Fashioned, to a bunch of new cocktails that you’d typically find in a super cool, off the beaten path, cocktail bar. These new drinks come alongside a bunch of new menu items, find out more about those.
Created in a collaboration with Toronto bartender, Robin Goodfellow, this gin-based specialty is super sip-worthy featuring the wildly fun spirit absinthe, gin, sherry, vermouth and fresh lime.
Made with bourbon, amaro, Aperol and fresh lime.
Aperol, Grapefruit or Orange Spritz
To Spritz or not to spritz, that is the question. A spritz is a wine-based cocktail known for its inclusion of Prosecco. The Aperol Spritz, in particular, is known to serve as an ice-breaker and also be the symbol of a lively atmosphere. Basically, it’s a party starter.
Spanish Gin & Tonic
A hit at our Earls.67 (now Earls Bankers Hall) prototype test, the Spanish Gin & Tonic is a refreshing twist on a classic highball with craft Gin, Fentiman’s tonic water and cucumber bitters.
Northern Sweet Tea
A super shareable punchbowl style drink that’s a peachy, lemon, whiskey, black tea mix that you might not want to share once you try it!
4 for $10 Shots
Back by popular demand, 4 for $10 shots! The flavours for these shots are boozey twists on some classic cereals: Apple Jack, Cinnamon Crunch, Fruit Hoops and Coco Poofs.
With great success in the Whiskey Bar at our Tyson’s Corner location in Washington, DC we knew we had to bring the Old Fashioned menu to more locations. There’s nothing old-fashioned about these twists.
A sweeter predecessor to a martini, is a gin-based drink using Genever, Cinzano sweet vermouth, maraschino and orange bitters.
A rum-based drink featuring banana liqueur as a sweetener that’s reminiscent of a tropical time in your life.
Pronounced Wa-haw-ka, or you could just point to it on the menu, is named after a state in Southern Mexico. It’s tequila and mezcal-based, sweetened with agave and green strawberry bitters. This is a smoky version of the Old Fashioned.
A whiskey drink that is drier than most, has rye, amaro, apricot liqueur, maraschino, and two types of bitters.
It’s the kitchen sink of Old Fashioneds. Made with Johnnie Walker, bourbon and amber rum, this drink is true to its name. This new line up is joining the Earls Old Fashioned in the line-up at select locations.
Cold Brew Coffee
Coffee drinkers and weekend brunchers rejoice! Cold Brew Coffee has made its way to your local Earls. Enjoy it on its own or with a shot of Baileys!
A wine list that will make you blush, selected by our Corporate Sommelier, David Stansfield. He hasn’t picked just any wine, we’re talking about Rosé! David’s loving Rosé because its combination of white wine crushability and red wine complexity makes it perfect for the spring and summer.
To call out a few…
La Vieille Ferme Rosé – Côtes de Ventoux, France
The French do rosé best. They just get it. The La Vieille Ferme comes from the south of France, near the Mediterranean, the motherland of great pink wine. It’s delicate and crushable and dry: win, win, win.
Borsao Garnacha Rosado – Campo de Borja, Spain
The Spanish know a thing or two about warm weather drinking. The Borsao Garnacha Rosado, from the stony foothills of the Moncayo mountains in northwest Spain, beats the heat with refreshing acidity and bright red berry flavour.
Bieler Père et Fils Sabine Rosé – Provence, France
This is it: the rosé that made rosé cool. Made by an American in Provence, it’s got everything a good rosé needs, like fresh fruit and crisp acidity without the hangover inducing sugar of White Zin.