MAJA (màya) in Estonian: home 12.00 Bison grass vodka, lemon juice, sugar, almond milk*,demi-brut apple cider, cinnamon Homely and familiar as an apple pie enjoyed at home in frontof the fireplace.
KOMIN (kawmin) in Polish: chimney 16.00 Scotch whisky, Stauning Durious Danish whiskey, Mastika, smoked birch spirit, bitters, burnt lemon peel and sugar crusta, beech smoke – Wood, smoke, ash, embers. Sweet and smoky, this Old Fashionedwill fill your nose, mouth, and chest.
JOKI (yökee) in Finnish: river 15.00 Norwegian Aquavit, Pommeau de Normandie, apple brandy, rhubarb liquor, olive bitters – Part sweet and fruity, part sapid and aromatic.A bittersweet river that will flow smoothly on your tongue.
IS (ēes) in Norwegian: ice 14.00 Acqueverdi gin, dry vermouth, mint liquor, Pernod, sugar, saltwater – Strong, balsamic, glacial.
JURA (yoorah) in Lithuanian / Latvian: sea 15.00 Tequila, Caol Ila Scotch whisky, quinine liquor, spirulina, saltwater, fish stock foam – Salty, smoky, surprising like the North sea.
WALD (valt) in German: woods 14.00 Earth and mushrooms infused vodka, fresh raspberries, Mastika, quinine liquor, mugo pine liquor, pine buds syrup, spruce essence– Fresh, balsamic, fruity, mineral, like stepping in the woods.
GRÆS (gràas) in Danish: grass 12.00 Gin, lime juice, sugar, gentian liquor, coriander bitter,wild chamomile flavored glass, hay– A classic gimlet but with bitter, herby, balsamic notes.
Земля ZEMLYA (zemleah) in Russian: earth 13.00 Beetroot, rhubarb liquor, horseradish distillate, tequila, chicory coffee and muscovado sugar crusta– A classic bitter Italian aperitif transported into Baltic territories.Earthy, dense, and tasty.