At Polly we obviously take our booze very seriously. We are constantly tasting, mixing and sampling heaps of different product, flavours and flavour combinations. With all this drinkin’ we are, of course, going to have a new favourite drink every week, and therefore, I bring you -
Cocktail – *At the Drive-In
NEW to Polly!
-This is SO yummy! It’s pretty sweet, but the sweetness is tamed due to the fact that we give you a bowl of popcorn to go alone with it. That’s right folks – free snacks – yay! But, it’s not to be eaten by itself, it’s to be enjoyed with the aid of the cocktail. So, what’s in it? Licor 43, Tamborine Mountains Wattle Toffee (which has to be tasted to be believed how darn good it is!) and Chestnut liquor. Just devine, and it’s the Polly Staff favourite cocktail of the week!
*Blanche de namur-
World Beer Awards 2007 – World’s Best Wheat Beer
World Beer Awards 2009 – World’s Best Grain only Wheat Beer
Australian International Beer Awards Silver Medal 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010
A great Autumn beer, this beautiful Belgium wheat beer has a cloudy apperance and a bittersweet citrus, spicy taste (due to orange peel and coriander)It’s a great thirst quencher, just the thing to have after you knock off after a hot days work (which is what we’ve been doing of late!)
The Willows Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
NEW to Polly!
This dry red from the Barossa Valley has a medium weight and traces of eucalyptus, mint and rich chocolate, which are the stamp of the Willows Vineyard. This wine has been matured in French and American Oak Hogsheads for two years in order for it to achieve a beautiful, lengthy, delicate texture.
Jade VS 1898
Gold Medal Winner – Best of Class at the 2007 London International Wine and Spirit Competition
This Absinthe was originally made in Switzerland in 1830 and was considered a premier Absinthe of the 19th Century. The only reason why the recipe survived so long was due to the fact that Jade Liquers found a bottle of unopened “CF Berger 65″ (which is what it was originally called) and was able to extract the ingredients and make the Absinthe in their French distillery.
Taste wise, it is a refreshing sweet Absinthe with a full on flavour of wormwood, fennel, anise and hyssop. We love this Absinthe due to it’s history and that it is as close to the real thing you can get!