Bar Cocktails, Gin, Whisky Menu

Bar for Cocktails, Gin Whisky by the River Ness


Cosmopolitan £9.50
Citron Vodka, fresh lime, Cointreau, cranberry juice

Classic Martini £9.00
Gin, Vermouth

Espresso Martini £10.00
Vodka, Kahlua, Espresso

Mojito £10.00
Rum, fresh lime, sugar, fresh mint, soda

Classic Daiquiri £9.00
Shaken Cuban Rum, fresh lime juice, sugar syrup

Old Fashioned £9.00
Classic – Bourbon, sugar, orange bitters
Rum – Rum, sugar, cherry bitters

Tom Collins £9.00
Gin, fresh lemon, sugar syrup, soda

Margarita £9.50
Tequila, Curaçao, fresh lime juice

Caipirinha £9.00
Brazilian Rum, sugar, fresh limes

Sex on the Beach £9.50
Vodka, Peach Schnapps, orange juice, cranberry juice

Sidecar £9.50
Cognac, Curaçao, fresh lime juice, sugar syrup

Raspberry Nojito £7.00
Apple juice, sugar syrup, lime, raspberries, fresh mint, soda

Elderflower Fizz £6.00
Elderflower syrup, lemon juice, tonic water

Virgin Mule £6.00
Ginger beer, lime juice, sugar syrup

Mockmosa £6.00
Sparkling apple juice topped with fresh squeezed orange and lemon juice


Originally used for medicinal purposes, Gin has now become one of the best loved spirits around due to its aromatic blend of juniper berries and other botanicals.

Gordons £5.20
Triple distilled using a combination of botanicals that have been kept secret for almost 250 years. Ice, lime, tonic

Bombay Sapphire £5.60
Sweet and aromatic, with citrus and juniper notes and other botanicals also coming to the forefront. Ice, lemon, bitter lemon

Coarunn £5.90
Pronounced ‘ka-roon’, it’s made from a pure grain spirit and features 5 unique Scottish botanicals. Ice, red apple, tonic

Hendricks £5.70
It is notable for its use of rose petals and cucumber alongside traditional botanicals. Ice, cucumber, tonic

GlenWyvis £6.00
Our local Gin made just 20 minutes away in the Royal Borough of Dingwall
Ice, orange, tonic

Isle of Harris £6.30
Of all the botanicals used in this gin, sugar kelp completes the wider aspects of its flavour profile. Ice, grapefruit, grapefruit tonic

Makar £5.50
Its name is the Gaelic word for ‘poet’ aiming to reflect the gins craft and creativity. Ice, lemon, rosemary, tonic

Daffy’s £6.20
Clean and smooth. The sweet citrus and coriander palate makes the gin very moreish. Ice, lime, fresh mint leaves, tonic

All Signature Serves Gins use
Fentimans Tonic


Maschio Cavalieri Prosecco
Mini bottle 20cl single serve Prosecco – a glass and a bit of freshness. Fun-filled for you to enjoy. £10.00 200ml

Scavi & Ray Rosata
Mini bottle 20cl, a glass and a bit of sweet pink gentle bubbles contribute to a pleasantly dry finish. £10.00 200ml

Maschio Cavalieri Prosecco
Sparkling, dry and with a bright taste full of pear and melon notes. £28.00 bottle

Pinot Rosa, Maschio dei Cavalieri
Aromas of white fruits – lemon, white peach, pear and grapefruit – give way to hints of pineapple and fresh spring flowers. £28.00 Bottle



Smooth & Floral
One of the most scenic Scottish regions, with rugged peaks and heather covered moors. It is geographically the largest of the whisky producing regions. It covers three major areas and produces a variety of warm rounded single malts.

Dalwhinnie 15y £6.00
Heather-honey sweetness and vanilla followed by deeper citrus-fruit flavours and hints of malted bread.

Glenmorangie 10y £5.00
Vanilla notes followed by a burst of flowery fruitiness leaving a clean aftertaste with hints of orange and peach.

Oban 14y £5.20
Dried figs and honey-sweet spices with a smoky, malty dryness.

Tomatin 12y £6.80
A balance of apples, pears and malt with a gentle hint of nuttiness introduced by sherry wood.

Tomatin 18y £7.80
Sweet and honeyed at first with an oaky edge.

Tomatin Cu Bocan £6.00
Initially feather light, followed by honey smoked toasted almonds.

Tomatin Legacy £5.00
Light and delicate with a candy sweetness which is peppered with hints of pine.


Fruity & Delicate
Over half of Scotland’s malt whisky distilleries can be found within this one region. Speyside is the lush, fertile valley of the river Spey, it is undoubtedly at the heart of single malt whisky distilling in Scotland. Its classic flavours of honey, vanilla and fresh fruits (apples, pears) combine to create whiskies that are both sophisticated and elegant. With age, especially when matured in sherry casks, they evolve to deliver dried fruit and sweet spice flavours.

Aberlour 10y £5.00
A smooth, creamy taste with spicy-sweet nutmeg and honey combined with dewy freshness of autumn fruits.

Balvenie Doublewood £5.00
Beautifully combined mellow flavours, rich and smooth with interesting complexities.

Cragganmore 12y £5.00
Clean, round, malty and well-balanced. Lingering malt and soft smoke finish.

Glenfiddich 12y £4.50
Characteristically sweet, fruity notes. A long smooth & mellow finish.

Glenlivet 12y £5.50
Subtle peatiness, delicate, sweet and fruity with vanilla notes. Clean and well balanced.

Macallan Gold £6.00
Citrus and boiled sweets rule the palate, along with hints of ginger and cinnamon, while soft oak tones reveal toasted apples.

Singleton £4.80
Orange zest spiciness perks up a malty core of nuts, oak and toffee – it hints of cut grass.


Peaty & Maritime
Sitting amongst the Inner Hebridean Scottish Isles, are the malt whisky producing Islands of Islay and Skye. Rugged windswept and barren, the island landscapes generally produce single malt whiskies with strong peaty, maritime aromas. The Island malts are unmistakably powerful and bursting with flavour. From the widely recognised smokiness found in most, to the distinct black pepper found in the Talisker.

Bowmore 12y £5.80
Subtle lemon and honey balanced beautifully by Bowmore’s trademark peaty smokiness

Bunnahabhain 12y £6.50
Intense but still sweet with some peaty hints, a rather rustic but still delicate taste.

Highland Park 12y £5.00
Smoky sweetness, full malt delivery. With a teasing, heathery and delicious finish.

Isle of Jura 10y £5.00
Almost sweet with light peaty notes, fruity and spicy overtones.

Lagavulin 16y £7.80
Dry peat smoke fills the palate with a gentle but strong sweetness, followed by sea and salt with touches of wood.

Laphroaig 10y £6.00
Surprising sweetness with hints of salt and layers of peatiness.

Talisker 10y £5.80
Rich dried-fruit sweetness with clouds of smoke and strong barley-malt flavours, warming and intense with notes of pepper and touch of brine.

Ardbeg 10y £5.80
An initial moderate and clean sweetness is rapidly followed by a mouthful of deep peaty notes, with tobacco smoke and strong espresso coffee, which then gives way to treacle sweetness and liquorice.


Light & Fresh
The terrain of the Lowlands are characterised by the rolling fields which are ideally suited to growing grain whisky. The softer landscapes are mirrored by the region’s single malts which tend to be lighter in both colour and body, than those of the Highlands. With little or no peat used in the drying of the malt, the whiskies distilled here are generally fresh and light, fragrant and floral with cereal flavourings.

Glenkinchie 12y £6.00
Light body, smooth and malty with a touch of peat.

Auchentoshan 12y £6.00
It is medium bodied, soft fresh with a hint of oak. A clean, fruity palate with a delicate sweet finish.