Biltmore Park’s Neighborhood Cocktail Bar
Located in South Asheville at Biltmore Park:
2 Town Square Blvd #160
Asheville, NC, 28803
Monk’s Flask Cocktail List
The Last Flapper
- A true speakeasy cocktail. Bracing rye whiskey, chocolate liqueur, complex vermouth and absinthemake this Manhattan style cocktail the last of the age of elegance
- Old Overholt Rye, Dolin Rouge, Creme de Cacao, Lucid Absinthe, Whiskey Barrel Bitters
- Bursting on to the scene around 1912 this is a Flask must have. Rye whiskey, Dolin Rouge, Gingersyrup, lemon, egg white, and angostura bitters. Dry, spicy, sour, divine.
- Old Overholt Rye, lemon juice, Dolin Rouge, ginger syrup, egg white
- The Aviation was created by Hugo Ensslin, head bartender at the Hotel Wallick in New York, in the early twentieth century and represents the emergence of gin sour style cocktails.
- Gordon's Gin, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, Creme de Violette, Lemon Juice, Simple Brandied Cherry
- Like many prohibition-era cocktails, the Bee's Knees was invented as a way to hide the scent and flavor of poor quality homemade spirits, in this case bathtub gin. The addition of honey was considered bizarre by some at the time, since sugar is more usual.
- Gordon's Gin, Lemon juice, Honey Syrup, Lavender Bitters
Dark 'n' Stormy
- When the seamen and women retire from the Royal Naval Dockyard for an evening drink, the beverage they'll most likely have in hand is the Dark 'n' Stormy, the unofficial drink of Bermuda and of the global boating and sailing community.
- Goslings Black Seal Rum, Lime Juice, Ginger syrup, Soda Water
- Only the hardest cases could resist the charms of this creamy, frothy delight. Brandy, Creme de Cacao,and half & half.
- Cognac, Creme de Cacao, Cream
- Named for the Brown Derby restaurant in Los Angeles in the 1930's. Bourbon combines with honey and grapefruit juice in blushing eloquence.
- Old Grand Dad Bonded Bourbon, Grapefruit Juice, Honey Syrup
- The most famous of them all. New Orleans in a glass. Bracing fruit spice of the rye, rounded sweetnessof brandy, a touch of sugar, absinthe to brighten everything up, and the gentian, anise style Peychaud's
- Old Overholt Rye, Martel Cognac, Lucid Absinthe, Turbinado, Peychaud's bitters, Angostura bitters
The Mighty Sovereign
- Tequila and grapefruit are epic together, but add the hoppy notes of Screaming Monk IPA, and this balanced, sophisticated cocktail becomes truly mighty. Served over a grapefruit hopped ice cube.
- Sauza Blue Tequila, St. Germain Cointreau, Screaming Monk IPAGrapefruit Juice, Lime Juice, Peychaud's Bitters, Grapefruit Hopped Ice, Colonial Salt
Ne Me Quitte Pas
- French for “Don't leave me,” this daisy is our ode to Jerry Thomas, as he might have sipped a cocktail on the Champs-Élysées. Classic French floral notes combine with the botanical notes of gin and tart raspberries.
- Citadelle Gin, Salers Gentiane, Lillet Blanc, Raspberry Shrub, Laird's Applejack, Lemon Juice, Peychaud's bittes
- This is the very definition of lazy, warm summer days with something citrus and refreshing in one handand your true love in the other.
- Gin, Noilly pratt Dry, Salers Gentian, Honey Syrup, lemon juice, Holy Wit
Grace Under Pressure
- Bonded bourbon, hickory smoked, bacon washed. What more could you ask for? Hemingway oncequipped, “courage is affirmed by grace under pressure.”
- Old Grand Dad Bourbon, Amaro Flora, Fernet Branca, bacon washed Dolin Dry Vermouth, PX Sherry, Hickory smoke
The Green Light
- The Flask homage to “The Great Gatsby” we have bright, spring herbaceous flavors here with thiscocktail. Bright dill and thyme are the undercurrents to this gin sour.
- Gordon's Gin, Dill infused chartreuse cordial, TM Cherry Gose cordial, thyme tincture, turbinado
The Rattle Skull
- Our caffeinated mint julep with a cardamom cream twist. Taste why Southern Living called this one ofthe “Best Cocktails in the South in 2019.”
- Old Grand Dad Bonded Bourbon, Coconorm Reduction, Cold brew coffee, xocolatl mole bitters, mint nectar cardamom cream