Cocktail Of The Month

Only in January

Lavender Fields - 11€

Gin, Mastika Liqueur, Lillet blanc, Elderflower Liqueur, Lavender Syrup, Lime, White Egg, Cherry Blossom Bitter

Gatsby HighLights

  • Tom Collins
    9
    Classic “Old Tom” gin, lime juice, sugar syrup and soda. (Basil or hibiscus version +1€)

New York, 1874. The most refreshing gin cocktail, made with the classic “Old Tom” gin.

  • Long Island Iced Tea
    11
    White rum, gin, vodka, tequila, Cointreau, lime Juice, sugar syrup, and cola.

San Francisco, 1920. One of our favorite cocktails. According to the legend, it was created at the Balboa Café. This perfect blend was an ingenious way to get around restrictions in the Prohibition years, as both its color and flavor are reminiscent of iced tea.

  • Moscow Mule
    10
    Vodka, lime juice, sugar syrup and ginger beer.

The original.

  • Mexican Mule
    11
    Tequila, lime juice, agave syrup and ginger beer.

The Mexican version.

  • Whisky Sour
    10
    Scotch or Irish whiskey, lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Glen Grant Arboralis or Bushmills Black Bush

  • La Llorona
    12
    Mezcal, orange juice, spicy mango puree, egg white, agave syrup, lime and chipotle tabasco

Our favourite. Sweet, creamy, spicy and smoky.

  • Bloody Gringo
    12
    Tequila, mezcal, tomato juice, orange juice, lime juice, tajín, Worcestershire sauce, chili tabasco and agave syrup.

It will make “From Dusk Till Dawn” a children’s movie.

  • Espresso Diplomático
    10
    Rum Diplomático Mantuano, D·Origen espresso coffee, Kahlua, sugar syrup and aztec chocolate bitters.

So that the night does not break.

  • Passion Cream
    11
    Barceló Cream, Curaçao, Passoa, caramel syrup, lime juice and orange juice.

The smoothest and creamiest.

  • Zombie
    12
    White rum, gold rum, armagnac, Grand Marnier, passion fruit puree, orange juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, grenadine and angostura.

Hollywood, 1930. The name comes from the effect it causes when drinking it.

  • Whispers Of Violets
    10
    Gin, elderflower liqueur, lime juice, violet syrup, egg white and plum blossom bitters.

A sour with excellent floral nuances that will make your palate dance.

  • Yuzu Essence
    11
    Gin, yuzu liqueur, lime juice, yuzu puree, matcha tea syrup, egg white and plum bitters.

For citrus lovers, we find the power of yuzu, balanced with matcha tea.

Our Menu
a trip around the World.

American Dream

Between 1860 and 1920 almost 30 million Europeans arrived in the United States with the promise of achieving their goals, of living the American Dream. It was a new world, full of possibilities, promises and abundance. It is here, in the Land of Opportunities, where our adventure begins.

In this first stage we will learn about the beginnings of the art of cocktails, the cocktails that laid the foundations, the recipes with which it all began.

  • Aviation
    10
    Gin, maraschino liqueur, lemon juice and violet liqueur.

We do not know for sure who the creator of the Aviation was. What we do know is that the first reference to him is from the famous Hugo Ensslin.

  • Clover Club
    9
    Gin, lemon juice, raspberry syrup and egg white.

Born in Philadelphia at the end of the 19th century. Created by Ambrose Burnside, bartender at the Clover Club, a stylish club in the city.

  • Dry Martini
    10
    Plymouth gin, Cinzano 1757 Extra Dry, lemon twist or olives.

New York, 1910. The classic James Bond cocktail “stirred but not shaken”.

  • Vesper
    10
    Gin, vodka, Lillet blanc, lemon twist

Great Britain, 1953, James Bond named it Vesper as a tribute to the novel’s main female character, Vesper Lynd.

  • Tom Collins
    9
    Classic “Old Tom” gin, lime juice, sugar syrup and soda. (Basil or hibiscus version +1€)

New York, 1874. The most refreshing gin cocktail, made with the classic “Old Tom” gin.

  • Manhattan
    11
    Rye whiskey, Cinzano rosso 1757, angostura and a maraschino cherry.

New York, 1860. The creation of this cocktail is attributed to Jenny Jerome, mother of Winston Churchill.

  • Old Fahioned
    9
    Bourbon, a sugar cube, angostura and optionally soda.

Kentucky, 1880. The first cocktail in history, created by Colonel James Pepper.

  • Godfather
    9
    Scotch Whiskey and Disaronno.

Hollywood, 1970. Marlon Brando’s favorite cocktail in “The Godfather”.

  • Tequila Sunrise
    9
    Tequila, orange juice and grenadine.

Phoenix, 1930. Its name comes from the effect of the mixture of its ingredients.

  • Ward 8
    9
    Whiskey, lime juice, orange juice and grenadine.

Boston, 1898. Traditional Massachusetts cocktail.

  • Cosmopolitan
    9
    Vodka, lime juice, Cointreau and cranberry juice.

USA, 1930. Launched to fame by the series “Sex in the city”.

  • Sex on the Beach
    9
    Vodka, peach schnapps, orange juice, and cranberry juice.

Florida, 1987. Official cocktail of the International Bartenders Association.

  • White Russian
    9
    Vodka, coffee liqueur and liquid cream.

California,1949. A smoother and tastier variation of the original “Black Russian”.

  • Long Island Iced Tea
    11
    White rum, gin, vodka, tequila, Cointreau, lime Juice, sugar syrup, and cola.

San Francisco, 1920. One of our favorite cocktails. According to the legend, it was created at the Balboa Café. This perfect blend was an ingenious way to get around restrictions in the Prohibition years, as both its color and flavor are reminiscent of iced tea.

  • Sazerac
    10
    Cognac/brandy, absinthe, a sugar cube and Peychaud's bitters.

Created in the 19th century, since 2008 it has been the official cocktail of New Orleans.

The Mules

Hollywood, 1941. Jack Morgan develops a ginger ale that no one buys, and his friend John Martin acquires the rights to a totally unknown brand of vodka. Desperate to make a profit on their products, they create this great cocktail, which they decide to serve in characteristic copper cups. This is how the Moscow Mule was born.

The name comes from the Russian origin of the original distillate and the “kick” that is felt at the first sip. Composed of lime juice, sugar syrup, ginger beer and originally, vodka. Although nowadays it is also usually taken with other distillates.

  • Moscow Mule
    10
    Vodka, lime juice, sugar syrup and ginger beer.

The original.

  • London Mule
    10
    Gin, lime juice, sugar syrup and ginger beer.

The British version.

  • Mexican Mule
    11
    Tequila, lime juice, agave syrup and ginger beer.

The Mexican version.

  • Mezcal Mule
    12
    Mezcal, lime juice, agave syrup and ginger beer.

The version with mezcal.

  • American Mule
    10
    Bourbon, lime juice, sugar syrup and ginger beer.

The US version.

  • Scotch Mule
    10
    Scotch whisky, lime juice, sugar syrup and ginger beer.

The Scottish version.

  • Irish Mule
    10
    Irish whiskey, lime juice, sugar syrup and ginger beer.

The Irish version.

  • Glasgow Mule
    12
    Scotch whiskey, St. Germain, lime juice, sugar syrup, and ginger beer.

The Glasgow version.

Latin Roadtrip

We travel south. Across the border new flavors await us. Here predominates rum and tequila. Music fills the streets. It smells of pineapple, lime, mint…

On our way we will find stories of pirates, slaves, great writers and also the most refreshing recipes.

  • Cubalibre
    9
    Rum Santísima trinidad 7 años, lime juice and cola.

Havana, 1901. The original recipe.

  • Daiquiri
    9
    Rum Diplomático Planas, sugar syrup and lime juice.

Havana 1817. One of the quintessential Cuban classics.

  • Mojito
    9
    Rum Santísima trinidad 3 años, mint, soda, sugar and lime juice.

Cuba, 16th century. The famous corsair Sir Richard Drake prepared the first known version of this cocktail.

  • Dark & Stormy
    11
    Goslings Black Seal rum, ginger beer and lime juice.

Bermuda, S XIX. National cocktail of the country.

  • Piña Colada
    11
    Ron Diplomático Mantuano, pieces of pineapple, coconut cream liqueur and pineapple juice.

Caribbean, S XVIII. Created by pirates to raise morale.

  • Margarita
    10
    Tequila, Cointreau and lime juice.

Tijuana, 1938. The most legendary of Mexican cocktails.

  • Caipirinha
    10
    Cachaça, lime juice and sugar.

Sao Paulo, 1918. Traditional Brazilian cocktail, created in the 19th century.

The Sours

Íquique (Chile), 1872. The story goes that an English sailing ship called Sunshine docked in the Port of Iquique. In it was Elliot Stubb, the butler. Stubb fell in love with that place and set up his bar there. He is credited with possibly the most famous cocktail in the world: the Whiskey Sour.

Originally, this cocktail has whiskey as the base alcohol. Lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and a few drops of Angostura bitters are added to it, all mixed in a cocktail shaker. Currently, whiskey is usually replaced by any other type of distillate.

  • Whisky Sour
    10
    Scotch or Irish whiskey, lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Glen Grant Arboralis or Bushmills Black Bush

  • Ron Sour
    10
    Gold rum, lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Diplomático Mantuano.

  • Plantation XO Sour
    12
    Rum Plantation XO, lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Plantation XO Rum

  • Pisco Sour
    10
    Pisco, lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Pisco Viñas de Oro.

  • Amaretto Sour
    10
    Amaretto, lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Disaronno.

  • Bourbon Sour
    10
    Bourbon, lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Wild Turkey

  • Bourbon Overproof Sour
    11
    Wild Turkey 101, lime juice, sugar syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Wild Turkey 101

  • Tequila Sour
    11
    Tequila, lime juice, agave syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with Espolón Reposado

  • Sotol Sour
    11
    Sotol, lime juice, agave syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with La Hacienda Sotol

  • Mezcal Sour
    11
    Mezcal, lime juice, agave syrup, egg white and Angostura.

Served with 400 Conejos.

Another Night in Hawaii

We follow in the footsteps of Ernest Raymond Beaumont-Gantt, the booze smuggler who brought tiki culture to America. We cross the Pacific in search of the myths of the hundreds of islands that make up Polynesia. We immerse ourselves in all those stories that speak of cannibals, vengeful tiki gods, the strength of volcanoes… Rum, juices and characteristic moai-shaped glasses predominate.

  • Bahama Mama
    12
    White rum, overproof rum, coconut shake, kalhua, pineapple juice and lime juice.

Bahamas, 1920. Exquisite Caribbean cocktail, in its original version.

  • Hurricane
    11
    Gold rum, white rum, lime juice, orange juice, grenadine syrup and passion fruit syrup.

An intrepid bartender in the late 1930s managed to harness the destructive force of a hurricane and put it into a cocktail!

  • Mai Tai / Blue Mai Tai
    11
    Rum Plantation Xaymaca, Rum Diplomático Mantuano, orgeat syrup, Orange/Blue Curaçao, Falernum and Lime Juice.

Oakland, 1944. Originally from California.

  • Miami Vice
    11
    White rum, lime juice, coconut liqueur, pineapple juice and strawberry puree.

This drink with quite tropical and beach touches dates back to long before the popular TV show existed.

  • Singapore Sling
    11
    Gin, Heering, Cointreau, Benedictine, pineapple juice, lime juice, grenadine and angostura.

Singapore, 1915. Another of our favorite cocktails.

  • Blue hawaiian
    11
    White rum, vodka, lime juice, coconout liqueur, blue curaçao and sugar syrup.

Hawaii, 1957. The drink was created by a bartender named Harry Yee at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki.

Back to The Old World

We return to Old Europe. We walk the cobbled streets of Rome, the Parisian cabarets, we consume the London night while the bells of Big Ben ring in the background. We rediscover old smells and tastes that remind us of who we are and where we come from.

  • Boulevardier
    10
    Bourbon or rye whiskey (+2€), Campari and red vermouth.

Paris, 1920. Created to satisfy the tastes of Americans in Paris, it was created for Erskine Gwynne, who edited a monthly magazine called “the Boulevardier”.

  • Negroni
    9
    Gin, Campari and red vermouth.

Italy, 1919. One of the most famous cocktails in the world, created by Count Negroni.

  • Espresso Martini
    10
    Vodka, D·Origen espresso coffee, coffee liqueur and sugar syrup.

London, 1984. Cold cocktail flavored with coffee.

  • Bloody Mary
    9
    Vodka, tomato juice, lime juice, pepper, salt, Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce.

Paris, 1921. An internationally famous cocktail.

  • Pornstar Martini
    10
    Vodka, Passoa, vanilla syrup, passion fruit puree and lime juice. Accompanied by a shot of prosecco.

London, 1999. The most glamorous.

  • Bramble
    9
    Gin, sugar syrup, lemon juice and blackberry liqueur.

London, 1980. Born in London’s Soho, it is a balanced cocktail between citrus and sweet.

Home, Sweet Home

After thousands of kilometers traveled we have returned home. After visiting hundreds of places, getting lost in all the cities, all the jungles and the seas. In our mind remains the memory of hundreds of flavors and smells. Now all you have to do is put everything you’ve learned into practice.

We present our cocktails, the drinks that you can only try at Gatsby Cocktail Club.

  • Margarita Chingón
    11
    Tequila Espolón reposado macerated in jalapeños, Cointreau, lime juice and agave syrup.

The drink that Frida would have for breakfast, but with a spicy touch.

  • Espresso del Patrón
    14
    Mezcal, Patron XO coffee, D·Origen espresso coffee, aztec chocolate bitters and agave syrup.

There are many ways to cross the border, with this cocktail you do it flying.

  • La Llorona
    12
    Mezcal, orange juice, spicy mango puree, egg white, agave syrup, lime and chipotle tabasco

Our favourite. Sweet, creamy, spicy and smoky.

  • Bloody Gringo
    12
    Tequila, mezcal, tomato juice, orange juice, lime juice, tajín, Worcestershire sauce, chili tabasco and agave syrup.

It will make “From Dusk Till Dawn” a children’s movie.

  • Órale Rabat
    13
    Tequila and mezcal macerated in Ras el Hanout and jalapeños, lime juice, pineapple juice, passion fruit puree, angostura, cinnamon syrup and egg white.

Fusion of Mexican and Moroccan flavors, spicy, sweet, creamy cocktail with a spicy touch.

  • Santa Muerte
    15
    Rum, vodka, gin, tequila, mezcal, cointreau, lime juice, tajin, chipotles in adobo and agave syrup.

A cocktail that takes you to the Beyond with an explosive mixture.

  • Espresso Diplomático
    10
    Rum Diplomático Mantuano, D·Origen espresso coffee, Kahlua, sugar syrup and aztec chocolate bitters.

So that the night does not break.

  • Hana Luau
    11
    Gold rum, white rum, Cointreau, amaretto, pineapple juice, lime juice and grenadine.

Drink with a strong tropical character.

  • Lomi Lomi
    12
    White rum, gold rum, banana liqueur, lime juice, passion fruit syrup, strawberry puree, pineapple juice and orange juice.

Tiki-style cocktail, refreshing, smooth and with a citrus sweetness.

  • Passion Cream
    11
    Barceló Cream, Curaçao, Passoa, caramel syrup, lime juice and orange juice.

The smoothest and creamiest.

  • Zombie
    12
    White rum, gold rum, armagnac, Grand Marnier, passion fruit puree, orange juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, grenadine and angostura.

Hollywood, 1930. The name comes from the effect it causes when drinking it.

  • Bergamotto D’Oliva
    12
    Gin, Italicus and olive lemonade.

For lovers of olives, a refreshing cocktail, with citrus and sweet notes and great balance.

  • Daisy’s Grapefruit
    10
    Gin, Grand Marnier, Grapefruit juice, agave syrup, lime juice and raspberry bitters.

In honor of precious Daisy.

  • Eden Apple Juice
    10
    Gin, Charteuse, applesauce, lime juice, jasmine syrup and egg white.

Dare to taste the elixir of “The Forbidden Fruit”.

  • Lychee Touch
    11
    Gin, Grand Marnier, lychee liqueur, lime juice, cranberry juice and lychee syrup.

Asia in your mouth.

  • Salty Bramble
    10
    Gin, cucumber, lime juice and sugar syrup.

Cucumber exists beyond gin and tonic.

  • Special Negroni
    10
    Gin, Amaro Montenegro, Cinzano Rojo 1757, Raspberry Bitters.

Our particular version of Negroni.

  • Whispers Of Violets
    10
    Gin, elderflower liqueur, lime juice, violet syrup, egg white and plum blossom bitters.

A sour with excellent floral nuances that will make your palate dance.

  • Buchanan’s Apple Malt
    10
    Scotch whiskey, Licor 43º, apple juice, lime juice, falernum syrup, egg white.

In honor of Mr. Buchanan

  • Don Diablo
    14
    Gold rum, mezcal, spiced mango puree, orange juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, spiced pumpkin syrup, raspberry bitters and tabasco.

The coolest cocktail in hell, dare with it, sweet and spicy!

  • Mr.Gatsby
    12
    Bourbon, Charteuse, Drambuie and bitter old fashioned.

Elegant, full-bodied, intense, the drink that would surely have captivated the exquisite palate of Mr. Jay Gatsby.

  • Mezcal and Soil
    13
    Burrito Fiestero Mezcal, Laproaigh 10 whiskey, Lillet Blanc, whiskey macerated orange marmalade, organic agave syrup,

Excellent fusion of smoked whiskey and smoked mezcal, nuances of earth, smoke and barrel that make this drink a delight for the most exquisite.

  • White Negroni
    11
    G'Vine gin, Bitter bianco, Lillet blanc, plum bitter.

Version of the classic Negroni but in a transparent shade, with intense floral touches and softer than the classic.

  • Yuzu Essence
    11
    Gin, yuzu liqueur, lime juice, yuzu puree, matcha tea syrup, egg white and plum bitters.

For citrus lovers, we find the power of yuzu, balanced with matcha tea.

  • Galliano Espresso
    12
    Don Papa Baroko rum, Galliano vanilla, Kahlua, D·Origen espresso coffee, aztec bitter chocolate, brownie syrup.

Vanilla version of the classic Espresso Martini, it cannot be missing.

  • Terreta Roasted
    12
    Icelandic vodka, nougat liqueur, Kahlua, D·Origen espresso coffee and butter caramel syrup.

In honor of our land, Alicante-style version of the classic Espresso martini

Mocktails

Our selection of non-alcoholic cocktails. We hope you have a good excuse.

  • Green and fresh
    7
    Ginger beer, lime juice, green apple purée and jasmine syrup

Non-alcoholic version with touches of citrus and a slight spiciness from ginger, exquisite!

  • Kuleana
    7
    Orange juice, pineapple juice, lime juice, strawberry puree, passion fruit syrup.

Non-alcoholic version for the most tropical, the perfect balance between sweet and refreshing.

  • Virgin Espresso
    7
    D·Origen espresso coffee, coconut puree, cream, coffee syrup and vanilla aroma.

Non-alcoholic version of the Espresso Martini with a subtle hint of coconut.

  • Virgin Llorona
    7
    Orange juice, spicy mango puree, egg white, agave syrup, lime juice, liquid smoke and chipotle tabasco.

Non-alcoholic version of our beloved Llorona.

  • Bloody Virgin
    7
    Tomato juice, lime juice, ground pepper, salt, Tabasco, Worcestershire sauce and liquid smoke.

Non-alcoholic version with a smoky touch of the classic Bloody Mary