Drinks

A great selection of drinks are available from your table service staff. If you don't see your favourite tipple here please ask your serving staff. We have a great selection of soft drinks and mixers to go with your drink, please ask your server for availability

Beers and Lager

Aspall Cider

4.40

Real Ale

3.95

Pennine Pilsner

4.50

Peroni Draught

5.50

Meantime

5.50

Guinness

4.50

Liqueurs

Apostoles 30Y

6.50

Cinzano

2.20

Cockburn

3.50

Martini Bianco

2.50

Martini Dry

2.50

Martini Rosso

2.50

Matusalem 30Y

6.50

Tequila

3.00

Aperol Spritz

3.00

Archers

3.00

Baileys

3.80

Campari

3.95

Chambord

3.30

Cointreau

3.30

Disaronno

3.30

Drambuie

3.30

Frangelico

3.30

Glayva

3.30

Grand Marnier

3.00

Jagermeister

3.00

Kahlua

3.00

Licor 43

3.00

Passoa

3.30

Pernod

2.80

Pimms

3.50

Sambuca

3.00

Sambucca Black

3.25

Sambucca Chilli

3.25

Southern Comfort

3.00

Tia Maria

3.00

Whiskey's

Balvennie

Balvenie DoubleWood is, to not much surprise, aged in two kinds of oak casks! It was firstly matured in refill American oak casks before it was treated to a finish in first fill European oak Oloroso sherry butts for an additional nine months. The expression was launched in 1993, and has become a somewhat iconic bottling over the years. Even at 12 years old, this rich and complex dram is an excellent example of what the Balvenie distillery can craft.

4.60

Bells

The United Kingdom's most popular blended Scotch whisky, this is the standard release of Bell's Original, with notes of fresh herbs on the nose with cereal sweetness on the palate.

3.30

Bushmills

A superb 10 year old Irish single malt and winner of Best Irish Single Malt Whiskey at the 2007 World Whiskies Awards. Bushmills are always scored highly in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible, with the 10 year old being awarded 92.5 points in 2013!

3.50

Chivas Regal 18 year old

A richly indulgent blended Scotch whisky from longtime favourite, Chivas. The Chivas Regal 18 Year Old was personally created by Master Blender Colin Scott, including over 20 single malts from around Scotland. Look, you can even see his name on the presentation box. Definitely no stranger to awards, this one. It even took home the International Wine & Spirit Competition 2014 Trophy for Blended Scotch Whisky! A supreme sipper, but also rather good for cocktails if you fancy giving them an upgrade.

5.00

Famous Grouse

One of the world's most popular blends, and the best-selling Scotch whisky in Scotland. Famous Grouse is a very nicely balanced, malty blend which was first made in 1896, and would go on to be known as The Famous Grouse, with the name registered in 1905. Around eighty years later, the company was awarded a Royal Warrant. The blend represents great value for money, and it also works beautiful in whisky-based cocktails. Delicious.

2.85

Glenfiddich

This classic Speyside from Glenfiddich was the Winner of a Gold Medal at the 2007 International Wine and Spirit Competition, aged for 12 years in American and European Oak casks.

4.20

GlenMorangie

The Original is the flagship single malt Scotch whisky from the Glemorangie Distillery in the Highlands. Matured in a combination of first-and-second-fill American white oak casks for 10 years, the expression is a benchmark for creamy, approachable single malt. A long-running go-to dram for many whisky enthusiasts (including a few here at MoM Towers), this stuff is superb as an aepritif, though more than suitable for enjoying on a cooler evening.

4.20

Highland Park

With fresh citrus, thick honey, fragrant herbs and layers of aromatic smoke, it's fair to say that this one has a particularly full-bodied flavour profile that is well worth taking your time over. Not just a cracking dram by itself, it is also happens to pair rather well with food - crack out the charcuterie board and enjoy!

4.00

Jack Daniels

A top-selling bottling from the Jack Daniel distillery, the mashbill is made up of 80% corn, 12% rye and 8% malt. The spirit is filtered through 10 feet of sugar maple charcoal to produce a mellow, slightly smoky character, thus making it Tennessee whiskey...

3.30

Jamesons

Produced at the Midleton Distillery, Jameson is Ireland's quintessential Irish blend, a classic. Jim Murray even awarded it an incredible 95 points!

3.30

Jim Beam Red Stag

Jim Beam infused with the natural essence of Black Cherry. Quite pleasant in a liqueur-y sort of way.

3.25

Jura

Part of the new core range of whiskies launched by Isle of Jura in early 2018, this 10 year old expression takes the place of Jura Origin. It's initially aged in American white oak bourbon barrels before enjoying a finishing period in Oloroso sherry butts and bottled at 40% ABV. It has the subtle smoke characteristic of Jura's excellent Island single malts, with robust vanilla and an intense kick of sherried sweetness underneath.

3.50

Macallan

Released as part of Macallan’s ever-wonderful Sherry Oak range comes this 12 Year Old. It has spent its entire maturation in sherry-seasoned oak casks from Jerez, and is bottled at 40% ABV after its 12 years of ageing. It’s full of all those hallmark dried fruit and marmalade notes we’ve come to know and love from a sherried Macallan.

6.00

Makers Mark

Maker’s Mark maintain that they distil their bourbon to the lowest proof of any US whiskey distillery. This proffers a bourbon that retains a rich flavour. Developed by Bill Samuels Sr, he replaced rye with red winter wheat to reduce the burning sensation.

3.70

Monkey Shoulder

Monkey Shoulder Scotch is a superb blended malt whisky from William Grant, made with single malts from three famous Speyside distilleries. The result is a smooth, creamy, supple and very malty Scotch which works superbly well neat, over ice, or in whisky cocktails (where it really excels).

4.75

Oban

A bustling seaside resort has grown up around the distillery in the two centuries since it was first built in the fishing town of Oban. The West Highland malt is still produced in the same unhurried, traditional fashion and this 14 year old is a classic dram from the distillery.

4.75

Rock Oyster Malt

Described by bottler Douglas Laing as the "lip-smacking success story of the magic that can happen when sweet meets peat", Rock Oyster Scotch blended malt pairs Island salt-citrus character with the richness of sherry butts. A nautical theme presides over the handsome bottle and label, which we also enjoy.

3.40

Scallywag Malt

Big Peat's gone and got himself a trusty sidekick in the shape of a dapper Fox Terrier wearing a monocle! Scallywag from Douglas Laing is a vatted malt made from Speyside whiskies, including Mortlach, Macallan and Glenrothes. Many of the whiskies used in the small batch release come from Spanish sherry butts, giving Scallywag a fab sweetness that's balanced by some "mischievous" bourbon cask whisky also in the blend.

3.40

Talisker

A classic Island dram from the Isle of Skye. Aged for a minimum of 10 years in American oak casks, this welcome member of Diageo's Classic Malts series has been recognised numerous times for its excellence. Immensely satisfying stuff, with whiffs of warm peat blending with coastal air, balanced by orchard fruit and juicy barley. A spectacular after dinner dram.

3.60

Talisker Skye

Talisker Skye was introduced in early 2015, named after the beautiful island on which the distillery resides. This expression brings with it a more well-rounded and sweet flavour profile packed with fresh citrus, sweet smoke, peppery spice and traditional Talisker maritime notes. It's matured in a combination of refill and toasted American oak casks, with a slightly higher proportion of toasted casks. Perfect for those who perhaps find the classic Talisker flavour profile a bit too much, not to say that Talisker fans won't enjoy it too.

3.00

Wild Turkey

Wild Turkey 101 Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey in its older style of bottle, and aged for at least 8 years. Excellent value bourbon, this is - well aged and packed with brown sugar and vanilla notes with a touch of herbal depth at its core.

3.40

Lagavulin

A much sought-after single malt with the massive peat-smoke that's typical of southern Islay - but also offering richness and a dryness that turns it into a truly interesting tipple. 

5.75

Brandy's

Armagnac

5.50

Chateau Beaulon Brandy

3.90

Courvoisier

3.50

Hennessy

4.00

Martell Brandy VS

3.30

Vodkas

Absolut Blue

2.85

Absolut Flavoured

3.00

Blavod

3.00

Ciroc

5.00

Lakes Toffee

3.25

Smirnoff

3.30

Zubrowka

3.50

Gin

Aber Falls Marmalade

4.00

Boe Flav Gin

3.20

Bombay Sapphire

4.00

Brockmans

4.00

Edinburgh Gin Flavoured

3.50

Forest Gin

4.50

Gin Mare

4.00

Gordons Gin

3.50

Gordons Pink

3.80

Hendricks Gin

3.50

Hendricks Solistice

4.00

Martin Miller

3.80

Martini Rosso

2.50

Silent Pool

3.80

Slingsby Rhubarb

4.00

Tanqueray Gin

3.50

Tanqueray No 10

3.80

The Botanist

3.80

The Lakes Gin

4.00

Whitley Neill Violet

3.80

Opihr

4.00

Rum

Appleton's

3.50

Bacardi

3.50

Bumbu Rum

4.00

Captain Morgans

3.50

Dead Mans Fingers

3.50

Goslings

3.20

Kraken

3.20

Malibu

3.50

Morgan Spiced

3.20

Mount Gay Rum

3.50

Old J Rum

3.50

Old J Cherry

3.50

Sailor Jerrys

3.50

TIKI Fire 75%

5.50