Hitahino Nest Belgian White Ale
Dragon's Milk Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout
2017 San Simeon Chardonnay
2018 Maddalena Pinot Grigio
2015 Maddalena Riesling
2018 Marisco "The Ned" Sauvignon Blanc
2017 San Simeon Pinot Noir
2018 Qaramy Latido Malbec
2016 Three Pines Black Granite Red Blend
2013 Highlands 41 Cabernet Sauvignon
2018 Maddalena Rose
NV Stella Rosa Blue Moscato
Junmai Hot /Cold
Balanced & Smooth. Hakutsuru is the No.1 selling imported Japanese Sake. Brewed with a 275 year old traditional technique.
Dry & Smooth. Sharp, dry and light - bodied. From start to finish all ingredients and processes are USDA certified organic.
Creamy & Smooth. Sayuri has a refreshing aroma, creamy, natural sweetness and smooth aftertaste.
Junmai Dai Ginjo SHO-UNE
Smooth & Fragrant. Velvety smooth sake with fruity aroma. Made with 100% Hyogo - grown Yamada - Nishiki, King of Sake rice.
Chilled or On The Rocks. Natural Plum Wine. Sweet & Refreshing. Produced from selected Japanese Plum using highly developed fermentation techniques with smoothly sweet and refreshingly tangy taste.
Awa Yuki Sparkling Sake
Sweet & Refreshing. Awa Yuki means "Gently Falling Snow". Softly sweet with notes of peach, cucumber and watermelon. **No added sugar & flavor.
Chilled green or black tea.
Pot of tea seeped with your choice of loose tea leaves.
大红袍 | Da Hong Pao (Big Red Robe)
Grown in the Wuyi Mountains, this is a heavily oxidized, dark Black tea. Traditionally roasted over charcoal in a process that lasts months, its bold red infusion has a layered mineral body with a sweet, enduring finish.
正山小種 | Lapsang Souchong
Sometimes referred to as smoked tea, this is a black tea that originated from the Wuyi region in Fujian, China. The leaves are smoke - dried over pinewood fires. Souchong refers to larger, coarser tea leaves that are found lower on the branch.
鳳凰單欉 | Feng Huang Dan Cong
A special type of Oolong tea from the Phoenix Mountains, this tea dates back over 900 years ago. The taste and texture are earthy and smooth.
龍井茶 | Longjing Tea
Longjing Tea translates to Dragon Well Tea which is a pan - roasted green tea from Westlake in Hangzhou, China. Like most other Chinese green tea, Longjing tea leaves are roasted early in processing (after picking), to stop the natural oxidation process. Longjing tea leaves experience minimal oxidation. When steeped, the tea produces a yellow-green color.
鐵觀音| Tie Guan Yin
Tie Guan Yin, literally translates to “Iron Goddess of Mercy”, is a variety of Chinese Oolong tea. The tea originated in the 19th century in Anxi in the Fujian Province. This Tie Guan Yin is close to a green tea.