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The Cavitini $30
Skyy Vodka made from wheat and rye served dry, chilled and up with 10-grams Hackleback Caviar and olives. Dirty yet luxurious.

Moscow Mule $18
A tangy blend of Skyy vodka, ginger purée, lime juice and bitters, sophisticatedly dry with a kick of Russian attitude.

Cosmonaut $20
A wild bilberry and cranberry blast of Jewel of Russia Wild Berry accented with lime and cranberry. Sweet aligns with tart for a lift-off on your palate.

Russian Margarita $18
Hanger One Kaffir Lime infused grape and grain vodka takes you to a Siberian Cinco de Mayo, with Skyy vodka, Cointreau and fresh lime.

Chocotini $20
Skyy vodka for an ultra smooth finish that can only be outdone by the lavishly silky Godiva White Chocolate and Kahlua.

Ivan The Terrible $18
With a reputation this bad, it better be good. Canadian Rye whisky marries the herbaceous legend of Green Chartreuse and Bacardi rum in a ménage à trois that proves being terrible is good.

Boyer Imperial $16
Sour Cherry preserves, Skyy vodka, and Chambord make this a luscious sweet indulgence.

Gorki $16
Warm flavors of orange infused spice cake come from the blend of Cointreau, Benedictine, Skyy vodka and a touch of milk.

Rasputin $18
Frangelico’s seductive hypnotic scent and Skyy vodka’s smooth finish creates a deliciously nutty concoction.

Nureyev $16
Crème de Cacao and vanilla vodka.

The Ballet Russe $16
Ketel Oranje, Absolut Citron, Grand Marnier dance in step with lychee puree and cherries.

“1917” $20
The revolutionary blend of Bacardi Rum, Bacardi Limon, pomegranate juice and Cointreau make a strong case for equal participation.

From Russia With Love $20
Iz Rossiyi s lyubovyu! Champagne, Godiva chocolate liquor and Chambord in one glass. Lovely!

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