Introducing some of our favourites from our new cocktail menu…..

On hot summer days, we have to thank Cuban bartenders for creating such thirst quenching cocktails, like the Mojito and the Daiquiri.
Both of these are lightly sweetened, rum-based drinks that incorporate lime and sometimes other fruit flavours. The key to these drinks is that they are not sickly sweet, well, at least, they shouldn’t be.
At The Folly, we can guarantee our skilled and trained bartender will have got it just right….
It’s a classic combination of Champagne and Creme de Cassis, a blackcurrant liqueur which gives this cocktail a delicious berry taste.  The Kir Royale is traditionally served as an apéritif, making it our no.1 choice for kicking off a party!
The exact quantity of Creme de Cassis depends on taste. According to history the cocktail was originally served in the quantities of 1/3 Creme de Cassis to 2/3 Champagne, however a lot of recipes use the ratio of 1/5 Creme de Cassis to 4/5 Champagne.
Invented at the famous Harry’s Bar in Venice, the Bellini is the ultimate summer aperitif.
It is probably not wise to argue with the recipe from Harry’s Bar in Venice, where this summer cocktail first appeared in 1948. The essential white peaches, whose sieved pulp gives the cocktail its fragrance, can be found only in midsummer and autumn. If you love prosecco and champagne… This is the cocktail for you!