Fielding’s Gin Menu

Gin Is The Disneyland Of Liquor. There Is A Rich History Of Gin Creation, Modification, And Exploitation.  
— -Brian O’Rourke, Culinary Journalist

About Gin

It is a common misconception that gin is flavored vodka. While the spirits are similar, the ingredients and distilling processes are different.

Gin is (and must be by definition) a grain-based spirit (usually wheat or barley) distilled with juniper. Herbaceous and floral, juniper was first used in Dutch genever as a medicinal spirit that dates back to the 13th century.

Balance characterizes great gin. There are several categories of gins, with a wide range of flavors: citrusy to floral, dry and sweet.


French Blonde

Alkkemist Spanish gin. Lillet Blanc. Pressed grapefruit. Tonic float

Classic Italian Negroni

Malfy Italian citrus gin. Campari. Carpano Antica Formula Sweet Vermouth. Orange Slice. Phat Ice

24k Last Word

Roxor Houston gin. Green Chartreuse. Pressed lime. Luxardo cherry liqueur. 24K gold flake

Japanese Prescision

Roku Japanese gin. Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur. Yuzu juice. Lemon peel

The Gin & Tonic

When the British took governance of India in 1857, they used bitter tasting quinine, extracted from cinchona bark, to ward off malaria. It was made into a tonic by dissolving it in water and adding sugar to sweeten it. Once the nation’s favorite spirit (gin) was added, the Brits were left with a drink that tasted pretty darn good and stopped them getting ill.

FLKB Gin & Tonic

Prairie Organic Gin. St. Germain elderflower liqueur. Q Indian Tonic. Grapefruit swath

Empress Tonic

Empress 1908 gin. Q Indian Tonic. Grapefruit slice

Modern Tonic

St. George Botanivore gin. Fresh mint. Q Indian Tonic. Grapefruit peel