9 Top Drinks You Can Find At The Gibson

 

Whether you are celebrating a new promotion at work or are on a relaxing weekend date, there’s always a reason to partake in a delicious drink you’ve never tried before – or test out a twist on your classic standby. While The Gibson is known for its superior collection of craft beers and exceptional whiskey selection, their cocktail menu warrants some attention, as well.

When it comes to the top drinks, what are the best? We’ve took your opinions on our best drinks and we have an amazing selection for you.

Here the 9 top drinks you can find at Gibson.

Sazerec

A contemplative blend of Rye, Peychaud’s bitters and Herbsaint, this New Orleans classic is right at home in NYC. Spicy and satisfying, you’ll not go wrong when choosing this on a chilly evening

Rusty Nail

Black Bottle Scotch and Drambuie play off of each other in this deep and brooding beverage. Experience the complexity and subtle honey notes of the Drambuie in this stellar combination.

The Gibson

Where would we be without mentioning the house drink? The Gibson is a cocktail made with Aviation Gin, dry vermouth and pickled onion for an unforgettable one-of-a-kind flavor.

Barrel Aged Cocktail

Up for a little mystery? The Barrel Aged Cocktail is a Gibson menu staple with different ingredients depending on when you visit. Pop in for a glimpse at the blackboard where the night’s recipe is listed and we guarantee you won’t be disappointed in this superb cocktail featurings The Gibson’s epically curated barrel-aged whiskies.

Boulevardier

Stay classy with this cocktail made from bourbon, campari and sweet vermouth. Whether you’re ordering for your adventurous date or want something a little more nuanced, the Boulevardier is a solid choice.

Old Fashioned

What more is there to say? The timeless blend of rye, Demerara sugar, Angostura Bitters and lemon twist is the classic go-to that only The Gibson can perfect with its top-notch ingredients.

Gibson Negroni

Another Gibson classic, the Gibson Negroni features Nolet’s Silver gin, Luxardo bitters and Carpano Antica. Try this if you’re looking for something new and unique, and you won’t be disappointed.

Hanky Panky

The Hanky Panky is similar to the Gibson Negroni with its Aviation gin and Carpano Antica. But an addition of Fernet Branca puts this drink in a whole separate category for an unforgettable sip.

Tiki Torch

A seasonal classic worth mentioning, the Tiki Torch blends St. Lucien Pot Still Aged Rum, Cacao Prieto chocolate rum, Gran Clasico and barrel aged bitters in a drink so awesome, you’ll be surprised you aren’t sitting on a tropical island somewhere.