Drinks Menu

Champagne

Cremant de Limoux

This is a beautiful, balanced wine with elegant aromas of orchard fruit and honeyed spice. The palate marries more exotic fruits with a clean, pebbly backdrop and an impressive depth of flavour.

Btl $47 | Glass $13

 

Touraine Rosé, Brut, Domaine Nicolas Paget

Made in the ‘methode traditionelle’, this 100% Grolleau – the native pink grape of Azay-le-Rideau, home to the Paget family – has not had any dosage added to it, so it’s as pure and light as a feather. So soft, and pretty in pink, it whiffs of rose fragrance, and sings of little red summer fruits such as groseilles rouges.

Btl $47 | Glass $13

 

Berry Bros & Rudd, Grand Cru, Champagne, NV

All the hallmarks of Grand Cru are here, with brioche and flowers on the nose and an elegant palate that marries notes of lemon grass, gingerbread and honeysuckle. A classic blend of 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay.

75cl $103 | Glass $25

 

Bollinger Special Cuvée Champagne, NV

Special Cuvée is the purest expression of Bollinger’s house style. Its biscuity nose is endowed with hints of white fruit while the rich, full-bodied palate is perfectly balanced by fresh acidity and a soft, delicate mousse. Brut.

Btl $170

 

White
 

Berry’s Reserve White, Southern France

The main grape is Chardonnay in this excellently crafted blend by Jean-Luc Terrier. Light- to medium-bodied, creamy and rounded, with hints of tropical fruits, pineapple and peach. A fine food-wine as well as a satisfying aperitif.

Btl $35 | Glass $10

 

Pinot Grigio Berfoldi, Italy 2012

A classical Italian wine with aromas of tropical fruits.

Btl $48 | Glass $13

 

Viognier, Domaine de Coudoulet, Vin de Pays D’Oc 2013

This is a fine white wine with notes of ripe white fruit in the tempting aroma (peach, citrus and pineapple). The mouth-filling, dry and juicy flavour has a mild, fresh, lingering finish.

Btl $55

 

Two Vines Chardonnay Columbia Valley

This fresh and vibrant Chardonnay reveals fruit-forward aromas of apples, pear and melon with hints of sweet lemon, coconut and spice. Bright white fruit flavours, balanced by crisp acidity and a creaminess on the palate, lead to a lingering finish.

$60

 

Moko Black Sauvignon Blanc

Our Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc is classically aromatic with texture and breadth and a perfect match with all seafood, from the delicate fresh catch to rich and meaty barbecued king prawns. Zesty citrus with white stone fruits. Hints of gooseberry rolling into a full, layered palate and finishing with a lovely balance of texture, weight and a clean, refreshing finish.

$60

 

Chablis Vaillons 1er Cru, Seguinot – Bordet 2010

An impeccable Premier Cru Chablis with energy and finesse in equal measures. Starts with delicious white stone-fruit flavours before a slightly honeyed middle and clean stony purity at the end. Or, try Chablis Vaillons 1er Cru Domaine Pinson, a very similar, classic Chablis.

Btl $102

 

Grgich-Hills Fumé Blanc, Napa Valley 2013

From cool American Canyon and Carneros vineyards in the southern tip of Napa Valley. About 80% of the Sauvignon Blanc used here is planted to the Musqué clone, which provides elegant floral aromatics. 80% of the grapes are fermented in foudres – large French oak casks – with the remainder in previously-used small French oak barrels.

$120

 

Rose
 

Berry Reserve Rosé

This rosé has been crafted primarily from Cinsault and Syrah, lending red fruit charm and herbal freshness, and also from Grenache and Mourvèdre, which add warmth and spicy depth.

Btl $40 | Glass $11

 

Carte Noire Les Maîtres Vignerons De St Tropez

A seductive, distinguished, complex and fresh rosé. The ideal accompaniment to grilled fish, grilled meats and spiced cuisine.

Btl $55

 

Tavel Rose Chateau D’Aqueria 2012

This wine has a complex and powerful nose with notes of red fruits such as strawberries and raspberries. Round and chewy, it has a pleasant mineral note and a finish that balances complexity and freshness.

Btl $75

 

Red
 

Berry’s Reserve Red, Southern France

A Merlot-dominant blend, with Grenache, Syrah and Carignan – in that order – taking the supporting roles. Fruity with a plummy elegance and soft but eloquent tannins. Notes of blackberries first, followed by entwined fruit and spice with a surprisingly long finish. Jean-Luc Terrier is one of the most gifted winemakers in France. He has made his name in Burgundy and is now forging a similar reputation for his range of Languedoc wines, farmed high in the foothills of Limoux.

Btl $35 | Glass $10

 

Good Ordinary Claret, France 2011

Aromas of bramble fruit, a touch of cassis and warm woody notes on the nose give way to deliciously rounded, silky fruit on the palate. Immediately enjoyable, this is perfectly balanced with a long finish.

Btl $52 | Glass $14

 

Two Vines Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley, USA

Elegant yet approachable, with aromas of strawberry, cherry and cola accompanied by notes of luscious berry sweetness on the soft palate. This wine has moderate tannins and ends with a long, silky finish.

Btl $60

 

Australian Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Elderton 2011

Made from grapes sourced exclusively from the Barossa, this is a smooth, ripe, concentrated wine packed full of blackberry and plum fruit with notes of leather, spice and vanilla.

Btl $70 | Glass $18

 

Viña Doña Paula Los Cardos, Malbec, Argentina

Intense purplish red color. Sweet, spicy and intense aromas, with notes of red fruits and herbs (such as Herbes de Provence). In the mouth, this wine is soft, velvety, fresh, and well balanced.

Btl $75

 

Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Caves d’Ogier, Rhône, France 2007/9

Full-bodied and velvety with flavours of succulent black fruits, spices and white pepper. Terrific concentration and flavour to match the most flavoursome foods.

Btl $98

 

Marques de Riscal Rioja Gran Reserva 2005, Spain

This red is firm and polished, with savoury flavours of tobacco, liquorice and mineral yielding to a core of black cherry and spice.

Btl $125

 

The Chocolate Block, Western Cape, South Africa 2013

Bursts with raspberries, allspice and a grapefruit-cool-climate-Syrah typicity underscored by dark fruit and floral incense. Structurally more intense than recent vintages with the Porseleinberg Syrah starting to make an impact, this  has a refreshing acidity that lures you back for more. A pure, focused, textured and penetrating palate.

Btl $150

 

Grgich-Hills Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley 2012

The Yountville Vineyard forms the heart of this Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, with Rutherford and Calistoga vineyards rounding out the blend. To boost complexity, the vintner relies on a traditional Bordeaux blend of predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon, with a dash of Petit Verdot, Merlot and Cabernet Franc.

Btl $250

 

Chateau Palmer, Margaux, France 1996

Exquisite and beguiling, yet bursting with oomph – and a three- to four-minute finish. Has real purity and grace, with warm, sweet red fruit and a hint of vanilla leading you to a palate that is plump and fleshy, yet elegant and sophisticated.

Btl $555

 

Dessert
 

Boal, 10-yr-old, Vinhos Barbeito

Boal is a noble grape variety grown in Madeira. Expect flavours of figs and raisins and a voluptuous, lingering sweetness.

Glass $12

 

Tawny Port

Pairing with chocolate? Allow a small piece of chocolate to melt in the mouth for a few seconds to release it flavours, then take a sip of this port and let the two mingle in your mouth.

Btl $32 | Glass $9

 

Ruby Port

Rich and full-bodied with raspberry and blackberry flavours and a touch of spice. The perfect match for the deep cocoa notes f our chocolate.

Btl $32 | Glass $9

 

XO Fine Champagne Cognac

Cognac has been created by distillers in Charente since 1270. This very fine Grande Champagne Cognac is made from the grapes of vines grown in the heart of the region, where the chalky soil provides optimal conditions. The full-bodied palate is crammed with dried fruit, nuts, spice and gentle oak.

Glass $16

 

1984 Berrys’ Frapin, Early Landed Cognac

An intense, wonderfully balanced and flavoursome fully aged cognac.

Glass $17

 

Fine Old Bas Armagnac

With a base age of 20 years, the aromas are concentrated fruit and peppery spice and the palate is lively and juicy. Well-composed and robust, as good Armagnac should be.

Glass $14

 

1960 Armagnac, J. Nismes-Delclou

The oldest Armagnac distiller, established in 1832 by Baron Hausmann. Long ageing in old casks has made this 1960 cuvée into an incredibly velvety Armagnac, full of seductive notes of violets and cinnamon, caramel and dried stone fruits.

Glass $53

The Glenrothes Select Reserve Speyside

John Ramsay, the Malt Master of Glenrothes, has crafted this Select Reserve. Pale gold in colour, it has a bouquet of American oak, vanilla and coconut, with the merest hint of plums. The palate is full and malty, medium-sweet, with vanilla and orange zest.

Glass $10

 

Berrys’ Bladnoch 1992

Bladnoch distillery is the southernmost in Scotland, producing a delicately aromatic whisky of some considerable class and worthy reputation in farmhouse-style buildings that date from the early 1800s. Delicate herbal and citrus aromas prevail – in particular, a lemon-grass element. The palate offers some grassy, dry, lemon zest flavours with sweet outcrops of honey and menthol. An appetisingly fresh, dry finish eventually succumbs to pulsing bursts of lemon peel.

Glass $13

 

Bowmore, Islay 1994

This remarkably aromatic whisky offers the trademark Islay scents of peat with leather and yellow fruit. The palate shows sooty smoke and ample fruit and leafy notes.

Glass $15

 

Berry’s Own Selection Bruichladdich, Islay Single Malt,1991

Bruichladdich is by Islay standards a gentler sort of malt whisky, though it carries traits of the island’s noted peaty, saline style and is no lightweight in terms of balance and complexity. This expression delivers aromas of honey and nuts, peach skins and perhaps even banana sandwiches. The palate balances salty notes against soft fruits and eventually you are gripped by the oak as it subsides to reveal a refreshing, appetising and savoury finale.

Glass $15

 

1992 Berry’s Own Selection Glenlossie, Single Malt Whisky, Speyside

Glenlossie, founded in 1876 by John Duff, lies just to the south of Elgin. The nose gives an impression of dusty jute sacks in a spice warehouse. There is a fruity, honeyed depth adding weight. The palate is playful with a creamy texture as the fruit and walnut notes intermingle. Spice seems to have the final say and the finish has a gentle, lingering quality

Glass $16

 

The Glenrothes Select Reserve Speyside 1995

A ‘come-hither’ nose filled with exotic spices is followed by a citrus and fruity richness coated in honeyed butterscotch. These flavours and more are delivered on the palate, culminating in a long, rich and satisfying fruity spiciness. Preferable post-dinner.

Glass $22

 

Berry’s Own Selection Invergordon 1971

The aromas are of concentrated dried fruit with a bourbon-like vanilla intensity. Deeply engaging and exotic, this is a full, succulent 40-year-old whisky with a most velvety texture.

Glass $37

Admiral Rodney 12 yrs, Saint Lucia

Named after the vanquisher of the French Fleet in the 1782 battle in Saint Lucian waters. Look for flavours of crème brûlée and hints of spice, vanilla and chocolate. Aged in American oak bourbon casks by Saint Lucia Distillers, a small and passionate team of rum makers, with many international awards won for their premium rums.

 

Glass $13

 

Chairman’s Reserve 5 yrs, Saint Lucia

The idea to build the Boucan restaurant came after an evening of drinking Chairman’s on the rocks! An easy-drinking rum with a mellow but complex mix of ripe raisins, tobacco and spice. The distillery is located just north of the hotel, in the Roseau Valley. Also our rum of choice for Rum Punch or Rum and Fresh Coconut Water (each $10).

 

Glass $7

 

Mount Gay Old Cask, Barbados

Mellow flavours of ripe banana, stewed fruit and soft spices melting slowly into a smooth, lingering finish with a heady bouquet of oak, caramel, and leather. Mount Gay Old Cask is created from their prized reserve of vintage casks, each aged for 10 to 30 years.

 

Glass $11

 

El Dorado 15 yrs, Guyana

A very popular, multi-award winning rum, somewhat Scotch-like, with subtle peaty overtones, dry caramel and grilled tropical fruit flavours braced by warm alcohol and firm, smooth oak spice. Aromas of banana and cedar.

 

Glass $12

 

El Dorado Reserve 21 yrs, Guyana

Multi-award winning and complex with a dry-yet-fruity full body of toffee, coffee and spice. A long finish of roasted nuts with evolving layers of tobacco, chocolate and spice.

 

Glass $21

 

Angostura 8 yrs, Trinidad & Tobago

Aged for a minimum of 8 years in charred American oak bourbon barrels, this rum exudes a complex bouquet brimming over with aromas of cocoa, molasses, caramel and vanilla.

 

Glass $9

 

Angostura 12 yrs, Trinidad & Tobago

Also aged in charred American oak bourbon barrels, this blend offers flavours of honey, fruit, chocolate, spices and herbs, with a remarkably long finish.

 

Glass $12

SHORT COCKTAILS

 

Fresh Coconut Water & Rum

Amazingly rounded flavours and made with good-for-you coconut water that rehydrates you with every sip.

$14

 

Fresh Cacao Martini

Vodka, fresh estate cacao pulp, lemon verbena, soursop juice.

$16

 

Miramar Pink Martini

Vodka with a cap of Campari and fresh orange juice.

$16

 

Watermelon Martini

Juice of local watermelon and vodka.

$16

 

Praline Soother

Hazelnut liqueur, crème de cacao, vodka, coconut cream.

$14

 

Turbo Baileys

Baileys, rum, cocoa.

$14

 

Negroni

London gin, red vermouth, Campari.

$16

 

Margarita

Tequila, lime juice, triple sec.

$16

 

The James Bond Martini

Shaken not stirred, with premium No.3 London Dry Gin, vodka and Lillet.

$16

 

Scotch Mist

Glenrothes Select Reserve Speyside shaken with crushed ice.

$14

 

Rum Mist

Chairman’s Reserve golden rum shaken with crushed ice.

$12

 

Rum Old Fashioned

Rum, sugar, cocoa bitters.

$16

 

 

 

 

LONG COCKTAILS

 

Fresh Cacao Bellini

Prosecco, fresh estate pulp, lemon verbena, soursop juice.

$14

 

Chocolate Daiquiri

Rum, cocoa, cream.

$14

 

Banana Chocolate Daiquiri

Rum, cocoa, fresh banana, cream.

$14

 

Spiced Rum Daiquiri

Spiced rum, lime, sugar, cocoa bitters.

$16

 

Mojito

Muddled mint from our own herb garden, local rum, local lime juice, a touch of local honey and a dash of soda.

$14

 

London Gin & Tonic

Made with No.3 London Dry Gin for flavours of juniper, pine and lavender with a clean citrus lift.

$14

 

Mango Bellini

Prosecco, local pressed mango.

$14

 

Papaya Bellini

Prosecco, local pressed papaya.

$14

 

The Spritz

The refreshing aperitif of choice in northern Italy, served long with chilled Prosecco, Campari bitters and fresh citrus.

$14

 

Banana Daiquiri

Fresh banana, local rum, lime juice.

$14

 

Piña Colada

Coconut cream, golden rum, pineapple juice.

$14

 

The Pimm’s Cup

The summer drink of Ascot, Wimbledon and Henley – quintessentially British, very refreshing and not too strong.

$12

 

The Walrus

A turbo-charged version of The Pimm’s Cup, fortified with golden rum.

$16

 

Sea Breeze

Vodka, cranberry juice, touch of grapefruit, served long.

$16

 

Moscow Mule

Vodka, lime, ginger beer, mint.

$16

 

Cuba Libre

Golden rum, lime juice, cola.

$16

 

Italian 75

Prosecco, cognac, lemon juice, touch of sugar syrup.

$16

 

Bloody Mary

Vodka, tomato juice, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco.

$16

 

Aged Rum Fizz

Vintage rum, mint leaves, Angostura, lime juice and sugar syrup, topped up with Prosecco.

$16

 

Light & Stormy

Spiced rum, lime juice and ginger from our estate.

$16

 

 

 

BEERS

 

Piton from Saint Lucia

$5

 

Heineken brewed in Saint Lucia

$6

 

Red Stripe from Jamaica

$6

 

Banks from Barbados

$6

 

 

NON-ALCOHOLIC

 

Fresh fruit juices of the moment

$5

 

Coca-Cola

$5

 

Sprite

$5

 

 

ICED CHOCOLATE SHOTS

 

Hotel Chocolat Sparkling Rosé, Lagrein, Brut 2010

Refreshing and intense pick-me-ups, no alcohol, served in a shot glass, made with Saint Lucian chocolate.

 

Classic | Mocha Espresso | Praline | Chilli

 

$6 each

 

 

COFFEES

 

Individual cafetière

$5

 

Espresso

$5

 

Americano

$5

 

Café au Lait

$5

 

Café au Lait with Rum

$14

 

 

TEAS & INFUSIONS

 

Cocoa Tea

Our Estate-grown cocoa beans, roasted, ground and prepared with water and milk. Based on the traditional West Indian breakfast drink. Stimulating, with a bitterness more like coffee and packed with natural goodness! As served to Samuel Pepys in 1600s London.

$7

 

70% Liquid Chocolat

A smoother drink than Cocoa Tea. Simply made with our 70% dark Saint Lucia chocolate melted into hot milk.

$7

 

English Breakfast

$5

 

Earl Grey

$5

 

Darjeeling

$5

 

Green

$5

 

Peppermint

$5

 

Garden Mint Infusion

fresh from our herb garden

$5

 

Iced Teas

$5