Posto Pubblico, has launched a new cocktail menu, featuring cocktails with organic ingredients and slight twists! I think the restaurant can discribe each of the cocktails better than us, especially as they have tried all of them already before the menu was released.
So here is how they describe each of them:
The Cedro Pubblico (HK$109) features an intense citrus aroma from premium Acqua di Cedro grappa, plus bitters and artisanal Galliano tonic to top off.
The Posto’ni (HK$120) is a playful take on the classic Negroni, using Koval dry gin, Belsazar vermouth and a Nardini bitter, an Italian favorite, which provides a pleasant licorice finish with hints of orange.
The Commendatori (HK$99) features a unique blend of ingredients, including Nardini Rabarbaro, a traditional Italian Aperitivo made with Chinese rhubarb, prosecco, ginger liqueur, topped off with a dash of soda.
Another addition to the new menu is the Oat’s Fashioned (HK$169), made with Koval oat whiskey, homemade walnut bitter honey, and Lemercier cherries, fresh Morello cherries bathed in cerise liqueur.
The long-loved Pisco Sour (HK$99) features top quality Santiago Queirolo Pisco lime, expertly shaken with egg white and sugar for the perfect cocktail experience.
Another debuting beverage is the Charred Lime Southside (HK$99), a refreshing combination of Gin Lane “Old Tom”, mint, and fresh chargrilled lime and syrup.
Not to be missed is Posto Pubblico’s famous Garlic Bloody Mary (HK$129), a classic recreated with Koval rye vodka, an aromatic garlic EDV, lemon, and of course fresh tomato juice, perfect for a boozy lunch or as a classic hangover cure.
Then there is the non alcaholic: Designated drivers can opt for a retro Arnold Palmer (HK$49), a nostalgic combination of house-brewed tea and fresh lemonade, Pink Grapefruit Mojito (HK$79) with fresh mint, homemade pink grapefruit juice and a splash of lemon and lime, or the Sparkling Rosemary Lemonade (HK$69) with house-infused rosemary syrup, fresh lemonade and a top of sparkling water.
So what is your conclusion? I think mine would be the The Posto’ni (have been drinking a bit of Negroni lately) as well as the Charred Lime Southside as it has the top three words for my drinks: Gin, Mint and Lime!
So do get down there and let us know what you think of all of them.
28 Elgin Street SoHo
Lunch: 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Dinner: 3:00pm – 12:00am
Brunch: 12:00pm – 5:00pm
Phone: (852) 2577 7160