DRINK

COFFEE BEANS OF THE MONTH
Coffee beans selection, get ready to make the most happiness of the day.
“Choose your favorite style for a cup of coffee…”

CAFE BLEND Light and Medium
⁃ This blend of roasts gives an intense, full flavored and well balanced coffee, with hints of dark chocolate and dried fruits. It has a rich finish.
120 THB

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CAFE BLEND Strong and Dark
⁃ The rich and intense tones are balanced by a mild body, resulting in a bright aroma. This roast has a lower caffeine content.
120 THB

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PONLAMAI
Sweet stone fruits / citrusy boysenberry / Black tea like and ripe apricot finish.
120 THB

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ORIGIN

FARMER : AYU
VILLAGE : Maejantai
ELEVATION : 1,250 mts
VARIETY : Catuai / Catimor
PROCESS : Wash
TASTE NOTE : White Tea /Nectarine / Lime Flower

Farmer : AYO & MIKA
Village : Baanmai
Elevation : 1,300 mts.
Variety : Catuai / mix 
Process : Anaerobic Natural
Taste Note : Red Grape / Brown Sugar / Liquorices

Farmer : CHALEE
Process By : Friends
Trade
Process : Anaerobic Honey (Micro Lot)
Roast Level : Light Roast
Taste Note : White Floral / Brown Spice / Cane Sugar

Farmer : GONG
Process : Hand-roasted, Gong valley
Roast Level :
Taste Note : Caramel / Brown Spice
140 THB

COFFEE BLOSSOM TEA POT

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⁃ Our coffee blossom was collecting once a year right after baby coffee cherries were produced. This dry aged flower will be roasted with cast iron wok at 1,300 meters above sea level in Maejantai village, Thailand. We also carefully bag the flower in amber jar to avoid photooxidation. This floral flower could be one of the best stuffs to brew up your day. Now, what are you waiting for?

140 THB

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HAPPY FARMERS TEA POT

Are organically cultivated and harvested by local Thai farmers guided by the philosophy of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s Sufficiency Economy development approach. Every plant grows on an environment of chemical-free soil with direct sunlight and fresh water from natural rivers. Straight from the farm to you, our teas are freshly selected and made lovingly in Thailand.
100% natural herbal tea
150 THB

SAFFLOWERS TEA POT
lemongrass, stevia

PANDANUS TEA POT
lemongrass, stevia

MINT BUTTERFLY PEA TEA POT
lemongrass, stevia

BUTTERFLY PEA TEA POT
lemongrass, stevia

MATCHA 150 THB

ORGANIC LEMONGRASS HONEY ICE TEA 95 THB

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COCKTAILS MENU
Twist of classic cocktails

ESPRESSO MARTINI
Vodka | coffee liqueur | espresso coffee
There are several claims for the origin of the espresso martini. One of the more common claims is that it was created by Dick Bradsell in the late 1980s while at Freds Club in London for a young lady who asked for something that would, "Wake me up, and then fuck me up." Bradsell has made this claim in a widely-circulated video. Bradsell has also been quoted about the circumstances of his invention of the drink, "The coffee machine at the Soho Brasseries was right next to the station where I served drinks. It was a nightmare, as there were coffee grounds everywhere, so coffee was very much on my mind. And it was all about vodka back then – it was all people were drinking."
320 THB

IRISH COFFEE
Warm coffee | Irish whiskey | sugar | cream.
From the mid-19th century, the Pharisäer and the Fiaker were served in Viennese coffee house; both were coffee cocktails served in glass, topped with whipped cream. The former was also known in northern Germany and Denmark around that time. Around 1900, the coffee cocktail menu in the Viennese cafés also included Kaisermelange, Maria Theresia, Biedermeier-Kaffee and a handful of other variations on the theme
320 THB

ABC CAMERON’S KICK
Both Irish whiskey and Scotch whisky | sweet almond | citrus.
The perfect summer cocktail for any Irish whiskey or Scotch lover, Cameron’s Kick is one of the original cocktails of the roaring twenties. While the origin of Cameron himself is unknown, this cocktail was created by Harry MacElhone and published in his 1922 book, Harry’s ABC of Making Cocktails. Both Irish whiskey and Scotch whisky are infamously difficult to balance and use in cocktails. This incredible combination of ingredients creates an exceptionally vibrant cocktail with the perfect amount of tartness.
290 THB

ARABICA NEGRONI
Gin | vermouth | bitter | coffee bean
As most other classics, the history has plenty of versions, but most common for the Negroni must be when the highly respected Count Camillo Negroni asked the bartender at Caffè Casoni in Florence, Italy to spice up his regular drink of choice, the Americano aka Milano-Torino. The year was 1919 and the bartender Fosco Scarselli replaced the soda water with gin and sim-salabim, the legendary aperitif cocktail was born.
380 THB

LONG ISLAND ICE TEA POT
Blended of white spirits | Orange brandy | Lemon | coca cola
Robert “Rosebud” Butt claims to have invented the Long Island iced tea as an entry in a contest to create a new mixed drink with triple sec in 1972 while he worked at the Oak Beach Inn on Long Island, New York.
350 THB

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PLUM CRUSTA
Fruit brandy | lemon | plum
The cocktail, named for the crust of sugar on the rim, was invented by Joseph Santini,
a bartender in New Orleans at his bar, Jewel of the South. Jerry Thomas was the first to publish
the recipe in his 1862 cocktail manual.
290 THB

POPI COLLINS
Gin | Yuzu | Lemonade
Collins cocktail first memorialized in writing in 1876 by Jerry Thomas, this gin and sparkling lemonade, The earlies publication of ant Collins, as well as any Fizz recipe, are both located in the same book, Harry Johnson’s 1882, The book includes a Tom Collins calling for Old Tom gin and a John Collins calling for Holland gin most likely what is known as Genievre !
290 THB

MAI TAI (Trader Vic’s Style)
White Rum, Aged Rum, Cointreau, Sweet Almond, Lime, Aromatic Bitter.
Victor Bergeron, the proprietor of the famous Polynesian-themed restaurant-chain “Trade Vic’s” is credited for the creation of Mai Tai. This is because, in the 1940s when having friends over from Tahiti, he served them the first ever Mai Tai. One of his friends raised the glass after the first sip and said “Mai Tai Roa Ae”, which roughly translates to “Out of this world! The best!”.
290 THB

PINA COLADA
The earliest known story states that in the 19th century, Puerto Rican pirate Roberto Cofresi, to boost his crew's morale, gave them a beverage or cocktail that contained coconut, pineapple and white rum. This was what would be later known as the famous piña colada. With his death in 1825, the recipe for the piña colada was lost. Historian Haydée Reichard disputes this version of the story.
In 1950 The New York Times reported that "Drinks in the West Indies range from Martinique's famous rum punch to Cuba's pina colada (rum, pineapple and coconut milk)."
290 THB

PISCO SOUR
Grape Brandy | Citrus | Aromatic Bitter
Pisco, which is a clear grape eau de vie or brandy, has its origins in both Chile and Peru as both have made their claim for its origin. Nevertheless, Peru does have a city called Pisco, so it is a tough call. The Pisco Sour is consumed in both countries in equal amounts. Peru, however, celebrates its national Pisco Sour day during the first week of February. How cool is that?!
290 THB

SOUTH SIDE
Gin | Citrus | Aromatic Bitter | Mint.
A refreshingly balanced classic of gin and mint with a splash of lime. This vintage cocktail has dodgy past. It is purported to have originated at New York's Twenty-One Club. Some say that Chicago gangsters first created it in an effort at masking the horrid taste of their bootlegged spirits. Some say it was a country club’s summer drink, and others say it was a prohibition speakeasy’s tipple, invented to mask the poor quality of the illegal sprits and bathtub gins.
290 THB

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MARTINI
2 part of Gin | wet or dry | olive
Sip of history back to 1897 when the New York Times quoted a bartender who said guests preferred their potent tipples “the drier the better”
390 THB

VESPER LYND MARTINI
The drink was invented and named by Ian Fleming in the 1953 James Bond novel Casino Royale
'A dry martini,' he said. 'One. In a deep champagne goblet '
'Oui, monsieur.' 'Just a moment. Three measures of Gordon’s, one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lilllet.
Shake it very well until it's ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemon peel. Got it?'
'Certainly monsieur.' The barman seemed pleased with the idea.
'Gosh, that's certainly a drink,' said Leiter.
In the next chapter, "Pink Lights and Champagne", Bond names the drink the Vesper. At the time of his first introduction to the beautiful Vesper Lynd, he asks her name in an Interrogation Indirecte, "I can't drink the health of your new frock without knowing your Christian name."
After learning her name, Bond decides that it is perfect for his recently invented cocktail. He tells Vesper that his search for a name is over if she will permit him to name the drink after her.
390 THB

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