Dessert Wines, Teas, and Cocktails
Santa Julia Torrontes “Tardio” (Argentina) 5
-Reminds me of a cleaner, lighter, and fresher version of Sauternes.
Croix des Vainqueurs Vouvray Liqoureux (France) 13
-Very sexy, very long, very bright. Sweet Chenin Blanc you lovely thing.
Tabali Riserva Botrytis Muscat (Chile) 6
-Surprisingly nuanced and exotic, especially at this price.
Chateau St. Vincent Sauterne 2009 (France) 9
-Classically bright apricot goodness.
Chapoutier Billa Haut Rivesaltes (France) 10
-Sweet Grenache that is savory and great with chocolate.
Klein Constantia Vin de Constance 2008 (South Africa) 18
-Ambrosia that has literally inspired poetry through the ages. We’re not kidding. Glorious flavors of mangos, apricots, and honey coaxed from Muscat grapes.
Quita do Crasto Late Bottle Vintage Port 2008 (Portugal) 7
-The yang to the tawny’s yin (or is it the other way around?) More red fruits and juice.
Ferreira Tawny Port (Portugal) 5
-Does exactly what I want a tawny to do. Nutty and rich, but not too sweet.
Taylor-Fladgate 20 year Tawny Port (Portugal) 16
-So elegant and impressive. Bright but nutty and very, very sexy.
Dios Baco Pedro Ximenez Sherry (Spain) 6
-At the crossroads of dessert wine and dessert sauce. Rich toffee and coffee.
-Vietnamese coffee with sweet milk and Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey.
-Vietnamese coffee, coconut milk, crème de cassis, served up
Brown Buttered Bourbon
-Served warm with brown butter, brown sugar, brown liquor and spices.
Dragon Well –classic, clean green tea flavors
Jasmine– clean green tea qualities with a lovely floral touch
Tie Guan Yin- The Iron Goddess of Mercy –smooth with hints of peach
Yunnan Province Premium Black Tea- full and rich
Hibiscus- fruity and loaded with tangy citrus tones
Peppermint-lemon verbena- completely refreshing
Chamomile- delicate and calming