Through The Menu: The Cocktail Journey, Q&A, Vesica Piscis: The Alternative of Origin (2)

How the concept of “The Cocktail Journey” came to be called back to the origin of how things in the universe are base on intersected and interconnected of forms and patterns. There are selected 13 sacred geometry forms the team has interpreted through myths and principles with distinguishes characters of 52 classic cocktails. Exclusively for you to experience a journey of origins through time. Almost like a testament to their style and a take on classics.

These entries are how I experienced “The Cocktail Journey” with Q&A. Some small details of garnishes or tweaks in recipes may vary per customer. Nonetheless, the team makes sure to pay great tribute to all the 52 classics with an abundance of research and experiment over the years.

Here’s some trivia time, If you pay close attention to the wall from the entrance, you will find small nameplates of cocktails going through years of creation.


Vesica Piscis: The Alternative of Origin

Interconnecting circles depict a splendid mirror of balance. It’s about one additional of simple ingredient that lead to depth and complexity of the drink.

2♠️   Gibson, Manhattan, New York, 1890

Q&A Cocktail Journey - 2 - Gibson

Who: Attapon De-Silva (B)

Spirits and others: Beef Eater Crown Jewel, Noilly Prat


Garnish: Pickled onion

Method: Stirred

Glass: Coupe

Words: Washing the ice with Noilly Prat does help with the temperature and enhancing the character of Beef Eater Crown Jewel without interfering it. The body is medium rich and hasty spicy touch. At the very end is almost vinegar savory moist and a bit creamy.

2♥️   Harvard, Manhattan, New York, 1895

Q&A Cocktail Journey - 2 - Harvard

Who: Vipop Jinaphan (Tor)

Spirits and others: BAS vs Castarede, Mancino Vermouth,

Ingredient: Bitter Truth Orange Bitters, Bitterman Grapefruit Bitters, Soda Singha

Garnish: Lemon Twist

Method: Stirred

Glass: Martini

Words: I was told I can choose whether to put soda in or not but Tor says he likes more with it. In the beginning, it tastes more of vermouth. A splash of soda suddenly highlighted citrus notes and deepening the Armagnac. There are a coffee flavors seeps in at near end. The after-taste is a gentle and buttery lemon.

2♦️   Caipiroska, São Paolo, Brazil, 1940

Q&A Cocktail Journey - 2 - Caipiroska

Who: Vipop Jinaphan (Tor)

Spirits and others: Grey Goose, White Sugar

Ingredient: Lime Wedges


Method: Shaken, Rolled

Glass: Old Fashioned

Words: A repeatedly cold blast of fresh lime, sugar, vodka even after you swallow. And on repeat in every sip.

2♣️   Kangaroo, San Francisco, California, 1948

Q&A Cocktail Journey - 2 - Kangaroo

Who: Attapon De-Silva (B)

Spirits and others: Karlson Vodka, Noilly Prat


Garnish: Lemon Twist

Method: Stirred

Glass: Coupe

Words: Despite having a strong scent of crisp lemon and slightly sweet lavender-like. It has a very light body and will glaze your mouth with its creaminess.