The Dead Rabbit reveal their full cocktail menu for Irish debut in Dublin 3 years ago

The Dead Rabbit reveal their full cocktail menu for Irish debut in Dublin

The world's best bar is coming home for a residency at The Westbury.

The Dead Rabbit - the famous New York establishment with a string of awards to its name, including World's Best Bar - is coming home to Ireland for a five-day residency later this week and they have just released their cocktail menu.

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Taking up a temporary home at The Sidecar at The Westbury Hotel in Dublin City Centre from 28 September to 2 October, The Dead Rabbit will put the emphasis on Irish whiskey as they release their full list of cocktails.

Here's the menu in full...

Spell Spoke

Slane Irish Whiskey, Hibiscus, Kaffir Lime Leaf, Ginger, Lime & Citrus Bitters

Gold Digger

Teeling Small Batch Irish Whiskey, Cocchi Americano, Pale Cream Sherry, Orange Curaçao, Cinnamon, Sesame, Pimento Bitters

Old Nick

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Jameson Black Barrel Irish Whiskey, Dark Jamaican Rum, Fennel, Blood Orange, Burlesque Bitters

Eye Candy

Teeling Single Grain Irish Whiskey, Peach, Fig, Cinnamon, Lemon, Chamomile, Black Cardamon

Psycho Killer

Redbreast 12 Year Irish Whiskey, Campari, Banana Liqueur, White Cacao, Pernod Absinthe

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Panhandler

Olmeca Altos Blanco Tequila, Haitian White Rum, Orange Liqueur, Falernum, Lime, Tiki Bitters

Heretic

Bombay Dry Gin, Mezcal, Elderflower.

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Shoot from the Hip

Roe & Co Irish Whiskey, Amaro Nonino, Spiced Pear, Caramel, Coriander, Lemon, Celery Bitters

Tom, Dick & Harry

Ketel One Vodka, Pisco, Strawberry, Rhubarb, Fennel, Red Pepper, Lime, Burlesque Bitters

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Irish Coffee

Jameson Irish Whiskey, Demerara Sugar Syrup, Coffee, Cream

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The Dead Rabbit's cocktail menu was created by The Dead Rabbit Beverage Director Jillian Vose, with a hearty bar bites menu designed to combine the best of Ireland and United States produce.

The Dead Rabbit is the brainchild of Belfast natives Sean Muldoon and Jack McGarry. If you don't catch them in Dublin this time around and you're in New York, it's an experience you don't want to miss.