This Quarter’s featured country
Calamantini: This lively juicy, and citrus forward martini containing calamansi juice (A citrus fruit between a lime and lemon native to the trees of the Philippines) Is a tart in all the right ways
monday gin | calamansi juice | wilfred's
Panutsa Old Fashioned: A twist to an old fashioned made with a house made palm sugar, this mocktail is slightly nutty with a hint of citrus
Monday whiskey | panutsa syrup | bitters
Pandan-quri: This mocktail focuses on the herbaceous tropical plant called pandan, grown abundantly in Southeast Asia, it is known as “fragrant plant” because of its unique sweet aroma. Typically used as a cheaper replacement for vanilla.
ritual rum | pandan syrup | lime
Mojito de Mayon: An ode to the active stratovolcano mayon reowned for its “perfect cone” because if its symmetric conical shape, and is regarded as very sacred in philippine mythology.
Monday gin | lime wedges | cane sugar | frozen strawberry puree | cherry syrup
The Philippines is known for having an abundance of beautiful beaches and delicious fruit. The collection of islands is located in Southeast Asia and was named after King Philip II of Spain. After it was under Spanish rule by the end of the 16th century.
The Philippines is made up of 7,641 islands, making it on the largest archipelagos in the world. But more than 5,000 of the island remains unnamed on most international maps.
The capital : Manila