Perfect Cocktail Garnishes

First impressions are made in the first 7 seconds! So why would you waste those important seconds showcasing something boring! We have the perfect cocktail garnish ideas to help your cocktail stand out from the crowd! It is true what they say! WE EAT (or drink in this case) WITH OUR EYES!

Dehyrated Fruit

    This is a twist on the everyday use of citrus. You can dehydrate any fruits to create a stunning eatable crunchy garnish.    

Eatable flowers

Eatable Flowers are stunning is beverages similar in colour or translucent.

FRESH or frozen berries

Fresh or frozen berries are a great way to add colour. Frozen are great as they can always be on hand.


Cucumber can be cut and twisted in so many ways to ensure your gin spits isn’t boring. 


This takes a little forward thinking, but looks amazing! These fancy flowered ices are a great way to spice up any beverage! Doesn’t have to be flowers either, think spices, lollies, chocolate and more!   



EASTER is rapidly approaching and what better way to enjoy your long weekend than with chocolate, wine and cocktails!

White chocolate, bittersweet and everything in between! Here are some beverage pairing tips for you…

White Chocolate: Muscat, Moscato D’Asti, Tokay, vintage port, sherries & aroma liqueurs.

Milk chocolate: Any sweet Riesling or dessert wine! Pinot Noir, medium bodied Merlot!

Dark Chocolate: Merlot or Petit Syrah.

Bittersweet Chocolate: Cabernet Sauvignon or Zinfandel

Caramel Chocolate: Sweet Champagne, Moscato D’ Asti

Mint Chocolate: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Shiraz, Moscato

Chocolate and Nuts: Maderia, PX or Oloroso Sherry

Chocolate and Berries: Sparkling wines, Moscato, Brachetto d’Acqui


If wine isn’t your thing and you want to indulge a little further, why not try our BUNNY ALEXANDER COCKTAIL!!!



60ml x Cognac or other fine aged brandy

30ml x Dark Crème De Cacao

30ml x Cream

1 x Freshly grated nutmeg

1 x Lindt Bunny!



Chop the ears off your bunny.

Add all the ingredients to a cocktail shaker and fill with ice.

Shake well, and strain into bunny. Garnish with freshly grated nutmeg and enjoy!

Happy Easter!

Perth Cocktail Trends 2018

In the 21st Century fads and trends are built on what pops up on our Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat.
Keep a look out for these Perth Cocktails taking over your feed in 2018.

The Espresso Martini is here to stay.
This classic cocktail was constructed by Dick Bradsell at Fred’s Club in late 1980s, when a young model who Bradsell now claims is world famous asked for something to “Wake me up and F*** me up.” His solution was vodka, fresh espresso and sugar, shaken and served in a martini glass. Turn a downer night into a banging night!

Twists of classic cocktails
Our famous Watermelon Mojito will be around Perth this summer! Look out for Perth bartenders adding flavoured tonics to gins and liqueurs to your spritz!

Colourful drinks like Frose , Aperol Spritz, orange wine and blue prosecco.
We aren’t saying these are amazing drinks by any means, but these are set to fill your insta feed due to their vibrant colours! Drinking blue prosecco is asking to be grammed. Blumond is an Italian BLUE bubbly by Saraceni! It’s now in Australia, but Perth is still waiting. Lets hope it comes in 2018!

Infusions that are both tasty and healthy! Blueberries, flowers, ginger, saffron, turmeric can be muddled in vodka, tequila or gin! Even Kombucha used as a mixer. Drinking these infused beverages will help you feel less guilty when on a ‘diet’ but keeps you out with your friends who love to PARTY!

How to make a Classic Cocktail!

Want to show your guests who the real bartender is but only have a minimal liquor collection?

Why not try a QUICK Old Fashioned cocktail!
A minimal liquor collection should contain Bourbon, if you don’t have any go buy some as this is a staple in any collection.


You’re going to need:

  • Bourbon of your choice
  • An Orange
  • Sugar
  • Angostura Bitters
  • Ice


How to make it!

  1. Add 1 tsp of sugar into your glass. Then add three dashes of bitters and 45ml of bourbon.
  2. Add ice
  3. Stir gently until the level of ice and liquid equalizes
  4. Zest an orange peel over the glass and peel into the drink to garnish.
  5. ENJOY by yourself of with friends!

To really impress your guests take the orange zest and flame it with a lighter when squeezing it over your drink!