The Water’s Edge Bar, falmouth

bringing you al fresco drinks on our sun-drenched terrace…

At the Water’s Edge bar in Falmouth, we believe that a well-considered drinks list is a key part of the hotel experience. We have taken our time in sourcing and putting together a varied and interesting list to excite and surprise even the most experienced of palates.

From local vodkas and infused gins to artisan vermouths and award-winning saké, we hope you will discover a new favourite drink to awaken your senses.

The Water’s Edge bar in Falmouth was crowned ‘Best Bar List’ at the prestigious Trencherman’s Awards 2019.

Please note: we are currently offering a limited cocktail menu. Thank you for understanding.

Chocorange Martini £9
Curio cocoa nib vodka, triple sec, orange bitters, chocolate bitters

Elderflower and Lemon Spritz £9
Limoncello, elderflower cordial, fresh lemon, prosecco, soda

Greenbank Ultimate G&T £9
Double serving of home infused gin, please ask your server for today’s flavour

Sloe 75 £9
Sloe gin, lemon juice, sugar syrup, prosecco, old fashioned bitters

Mistletoe Mule £9
Curio cardamom vodka, apple juice, ginger syrup, lemon

Coffee and Rum Old Fashioned £9
Coffee infused Brugal Anejo rum, salted demerara syrup, black walnut bitters

Strawberry Milk Bottle £9
Tequila, banana liqueur, strawberry syrup, clarified cream liqueur

Gingerbread Man £9
Bulleit Bourbon, ginger syrup, triple sec, lemon, orange bitters

Mince Pie £9
Dead Man’s Fingers, Pedro Ximenez Sherry, cranberry juice, cream, grated nutmeg

Rose Spritz £4.50
Hibiscus syrup, rose extract, lemon juice, soda

Peach Lemonade £4.50
Peach syrup, soda, citrus cordial

Seedlip and Tonic £4.50
non-alcoholic gin, your choice of tonic

An aromatised, fortified wine flavoured with various botanicals. Great on the rocks or in cocktails.

Knightor White £5.50
A wonderfully flavoursome vermouth made locally by Knightor winery in St Austell (15.0%)

Knightor Rose £5.50

Fresh, delicate and fruity, with aromas of rose petal, raspberry, peach and strawberry (15.0%)

Mancino Bianco Ambrato £5.40
Created by famous bartender Giancarlo Mancino. Based on Trebbiano di Romagna wine, it includes a healthy thirty seven
botanicals (16.0%)

Regal Rogue Wild Rose £5.50
Marrying a dry Shiraz Rosé from Australia with native illawarra plums, rosella, strawberry gum, rhubarb and kina (16.5%)

Regal Rogue Bold Red £5.50
One of the world’s first dry red vermouths, made with Shiraz, aromatic spices and dried fruit (16.5%)

Carpano Antica Formula £4.50
The first ever vermouth and highly sought-after. Made to an original recipe dating back to 1786 (16.5%)

Noilly Prat £3.50
The most classic white vermouth. From southern France, it is a divine addition to all cocktails (18.0%)

Regal Rogue Lively White £5.50
Made from semillon grape and Australian botanicals, this is the perfect example of a new-world more floral style of vermouth (16.5%)

Dubonnet £4
Not technically a vermouth as it is fortified but this red spiced wine has been a staple of French aperitifs for years. (15%)

“The gin and tonic has saved more Englishmen’s lives, and minds, than all the doctors in the Empire”
– Winston Churchill

Tanqueray, Fever-Tree and lime £5.50
A true icon and made from only four botanicals, it is perfect simplicity in its purest form (43.1%)

Tanqueray 10, Fever-Tree and grapefruit £6.70
Named after the stills of its origin, this small batch gin is the high-end citrusy expression of Tanqueray (47.3%)

Tyler Street, Franklin and orange £6
Gold winner at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2017, this citrus gin was created by Cornish distillery Curio (40.0%)

Curio, Franklin light, samphire and lime £6.40
Using locally grown rock samphire as the main botanical, this gin captures the Cornish coast in a glass (41.0%)

Tarquin’s dry, Fever-Tree and orange £6.20
Putting Cornwall on the map, Tarquin’s dry is becoming a countrywide classic (42.0%)

Tarquin’s Yeghes Da, Fever-Tree Light and grapefruit £6.20
Tarquin’s elderflower and grapefruit limited edition gin (42.0%)

Tarquin’s rhubarb and raspberry, Fever-Tree Light, strawberry and lime £6.50
Fresh rhubarb and raspberry distilled gin – dry, fruity and downright delicious (38.0%)

Rock gin, Fentiman’s grapefruit tonic, juniper berries and lemon peel £6.80
The latest Cornish gin to arrive at The Greenbank, a fresh flavour with a hint of pink peppercorn (42.0%)

Trevethan, elderflower tonic, lemon and thyme £6.90
A Cornish gin from Saltash, using botanicals from all over the globe as well as from Cornish hedgerows (43.0%)

Bristol 77, Folkington’s and pink grapefruit £6.30
A brand new gin from the heart of Bristol, who we’ve teamed up with since batch number one (40.0%)

Salcombe, Luscombe and pink grapefruit £7.40
A Devon gin crafted by sailing fanatics, using the traditional approach known as the one shot method (44.0%)

Agnes Arbour and Fentiman’s grapefruit tonic £7.20
Citrus gin created in honoor of one of the most prominent botanists of history (41.6%)

Elephant, Luscombe and apple £7.80
Made using African botanicals, 15% of the proceeds of all sales go towards elephant foundations (45.0%)

Nginious Smoked & Salted, Folkington’s and thyme £11.20
Forty hour cold smoked chestnuts and rare smoked stone salt – a rare gem that will awaken your taste buds (42.0%)

Hendricks, Franklin and cucumber £6.70
This beautiful blend needs no introductions – cucumber anyone? (41.1%)

Cremorne 1859 sloe gin, Fever-Tree lemon tonic and rosemary £6.40
Using sloe berries from the wild blackthorn bush, Gentleman Badger’s Sloe Gin is a curiously classy beverage (26.0%)

Originally a Spanish wine from Jerez in Andalusia, sherry is now a famous drink enjoyed by many.

Tío Pepe £3.90
The most exported Spanish product in the world, its popularity speaks for itself (15.0%)

Pedro Ximenez £3.90
Pedro Ximenez grapes produce the sweetest type of sherries – good news for a sweet tooth! (18.0%)

Amontillado £3.90
Amber coloured with complex, intense aromas of hazelnuts and bitter almonds (17.0%)

Fino £3.90
The palate is light, fresh and bone-dry. With a pale straw colour, its intense yet delicate aromas of fresh bread and  almonds bring this drink to life (15.0%)

Manzanilla Xixarito £4.50
Very fresh, wide and expressive with a soft fruitiness up front (15.0%)

An Italian herbal liqueur usually with a bitter-sweet flavour that is commonly enjoyed as an after-dinner digestif.

Amaro Montenegro £5
A classic Italian liqueur made with a wide (though secret) selection of herbs and spices (23.0%)

Amaro di Angostura £5.90
An amaro derived from angostura's world famous aromatic bitters (35.0%)

Cynar £4.70
Bitter Italian herbal liqueur with artichoke being the main ingredient (16.5%)

Branca Meta £5.50
Bitter, minty and fresh, a wonderful alternative to the usual amaro (28.0%)

Typically distilled multiple times to create the purest form, these vodkas will kick-start your evening.

Ketel One £3.60
A great Dutch vodka made by the Nolet family since the 17th century (40.0%)

Stolichnaya Elit £5.20
Made using a patented 'freeze-filtration' technique, this produces a vodka of unparalleled purity (40.0%)

Curio cardamom £4.20
A locally made vodka distilled with cardamom to give it a spiciness which shines in cocktails (40.0%)

Curio cocoa nibs £4.20
Made in Cornwall using organic Peruvian cocoa nibs, perfect either neat or mixed (40.0%)

Ciroc £4.20
A French vodka from Cognac, made from the distillation of cold-fermented grapes (40.0%)

Typically taken as an after-dinner drink, our brandies are traditionally served at room temperature.

Courvoisier VS £3.80
The ‘Very Special’ blend from the world renown Courvoisier, said to be the cognac of Napoleon (40.0%)

Courvoisier VSOP £5.50
Matured between eight and twelve years in a selection of Troncais and Limousin oak barrels (40.0%)

Courvoisier XO £14
Contains long-aged eaux-de-vie from Grande and Petite Champagne (40.0%)

Calvados Coquerel £5
Distilled using the continuous distillation process, this brandy is matured in small oak barrels (40.0%)

Armagnac Janneau VSOP £4.80
A blend of Armagnacs aged for at least seven years in Monlezun oak (40.0%)

Cornish Eau de Vie £4.50
Made with Healey's cyder from Truro, this clear brandy is perfect neat, on the rocks, or mixed with your favourite juice for supreme refreshment (25.0%)

Cornish Cyder Brandy £4.50
Healey's three year old brandy, made by distilling Cornish cyder in a traditional copper pot still (40.0%)

From spiced to flavoured, white to dark – we have a vast array of rums for you to try.

Brugal Anejo £3.20
A great Dominican rum, aged for a minimum of three years in barrels (38.0%)

Brugal Blanco £3.20
Aged for at least a year to mellow out its intense qualities for the perfect tipple (40.0%)

Appleton White £4
Distilled from molasses in Jamaica, could this be your new favourite white rum? We think so! (40.0%)

El Dorado five year old Gold £4.20
The best rum from Guyana of its age (40.0%)

Gosling Black Seal £4
Original rum used in the now trademarked Dark ‘N’ Stormy. Rated 96/100 at the World Spirits Championship (40.0%)

Zacapa 23 £6.20
Guatemalan rum, blended using the solera system in bourbon and sherry casks. Rated 98/100 (40.0%)

Zacapa XO £10
Won platinum in the super-premium category of the World Spirits Championship (40.0%)

Santa Teresa 1796 £5.80
A blend of Venezuelan rums and vatted using the solera system. Achieved a gold medal at the Cannes Spirits Festival (40.0%)

Walter Hicks 125 £4.90
Overproof navy rum by St Austell Brewery in Cornwall, left to mature for seven years (71.40%)

Plantation Original Dark £5
Distilled in Trinidad and Jamaica this rum is aged twice following a 18th century method (40%)

Plantation Pineapple £5
Distilled then infused with fresh pineapple to age in a cask for three months. An absolute must try (40.0%)

Rathlee £4
Imported from Colombia and blended with Cornish water in Lostwithiel. This aged rum has a Latin heart with a Cornish twist (40%)

Dead Man’s Fingers £3.60
The first Cornish spiced rum created in small batches in St Ives, using Caribbean rum blended with local spices (37.5%)

Sagatiba Cachaca £4
Brazilian white rum and the classic spirit for their famous Caipirinha! (38.0%)

Discover unique and exciting flavours of whisky with our unusual list of drams.

Bulleit Bourbon £4
Made with 30% rye, Bulleit has a spicier kick than your usual bourbon (45.0%)

Bulleit Rye £5
95% rye is included in this dry whisky which won a double gold medal at the World Spirits Championship (45.0%)

Aberdour Piper £3.70
A blended whisky – perfect for mixing (40.0%)

Nikka Yoichi £8.90
An amazing Japanese single malt. Possibly the best example of what Japanese whisky tastes like (43.0%)

Suntory The Chita £6.40
A Japanese single grain whisky matured in a combination of sherry, bourbon, and interestingly, wine casks (43.0%)

Monkey Shoulder £4.80
Made with single malts from three famous Speyside distilleries (40.0%)

Woodford Reserve £5.40
Triple distilled Kentucky bourbon and matured for at least six years (43.2%)

Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban 12 £6.50
Twelve years old port finish. Single malt crafted with specially selected port pipes from the Douro valley in Portugal (46%)

Glenfiddich IPA £5.80
The first single malt Scotch whisky ever finished in IPA craft beer casks, from Glenfiddich’s bold Experimental Series (40%)

Balvenie 14 years old £7
Fourteen year old expression of the great Balvenie distillery, a top Speyside whisky (43%)

Scapa Skiren £6.20
A handsomely honey single malt Scotch whisky (40%)

Caol Ila £6.20
Single malt Scotch whisky made of 100% malted barley. It is from just one single distillery and has not been blended with any other products (60.1%)

Auchentoshan Bartender Edition £6
A limited release of a single malt blend created by twelve bartenders from five countries, who were brought together to create ‘The Bartender's Blend’, using whiskies spanning five decades (47%)

Slane Irish £5.50
A triple casked blended Irish whiskey aged in a combination of virgin-oak, refill-American-whiskey  and oloroso-sherry casks. The result is an elegant and spicy dram with notes of caramel, dried fruit and butterscotch (40%)

Forget just shots – these tequilas and mezcals are tipples that deserve more recognition.

Espolon £3.80
From Destilladora San Nicolas in Los Altos, made with 100% blue agave and bottled without ageing (40.0%)

Espolon Reposado £3.80
Aged in American oak barrels for six months, with notes of tropical fruits and vanilla (40.0%)

Don Julio Blanco £4.90
Rated as a ‘classic’ by Wine Enthusiast Magazine (38.0%)

Don Julio Reposado £4.90
Smooth and balanced tequila from Don Julio, aged for just under a year in bourbon barrels (38.0%)

Quiquiriqui Mezcal £4.90
A spectacular mezcal with classic flavours, from smoky to sugary sweet (45.0%)

Don Julio 1942 £9.50
The top tequila of the Don Julio house. Sweet aromas of vanilla and tones of nuts and chocolate combine with exotic cinnamon and a light essence of oak. A must try. (38.0%)

Craving a sweet tipple? We’ve got you covered.

Amaretto Saliza £4
Real, non-flavoured amaretto made from almonds (28.0%)

Tosolini expresso liqueur £4
Premium coffee liqueur, made using traditionally toasted Arabica coffee beans (28.0%)

Cointreau £4
Classic 'triple-sec' liqueur based on a blend of sweet and bitter orange peels (40.0%)

Frangelico £4
Classic Italian hazelnut liqueur that will compliment almost everything (20.0%)

Kummel £4
Old fashioned style liqueur made of caraway, cumin and aniseed. Our Managing Director’s favourite (39.0%)

Italicus £5.40
A citrus liqueur made with bergamot (20.0%)

Sangiovese IGT Rubicone, Rometta, 2016
Glass: £5 | Carafe: £13.20 | Bottle: £19.50
Emilia Romagna, Italy (12%)
A juicy, fruity red with notes of blackcurrant and berry fruits and delicate spice.

Shiraz, Tooma River, 2016/17
Glass: £5.50 | Carafe: £14.80 | Bottle: £22
South Australia (14%)
A rich nose of red and blackberry fruit and a smooth, textured palate dripping with juicy dark fruits, hints of chocolate and lively spices.

Nero d’Avola, Artemesia, 2016/17
Bottle: £21
Sicily, Italy (13%)
Spicy and fruity with notes of blackberries, blueberries and mulberries. The finish is rounded and fruity with well integrated tannins.

Merlot, La Place, IGP Pays d’Oc, 2016
Glass: £5.70 | Carafe: £15.10 | Bottle: £22.50
South West France (13.5%)
Soft and elegant with ripe damson fruit character, subtle tannin and a long elegant finish.

Cabernet Sauvignon, De Gras, 2016
Glass: £5.70 | Carafe: £15.10 | Bottle: £22.50
Colchagua Valley, Chile (13%)
Brilliant red with hints of herbs and blackcurrants on the nose leading to a deeply fruity palate with a spicy and firm finish.

Pinot Noir, Cosmina, 2016/17
Glass: £5.90 | Carafe: £15.90 | Bottle: £23.50
Viile Timis, Romania (12.5%)
A fantastic example of Pinot Noir at a sensible price. Gorgeous flavours of black cherry, raspberry and cinnamon. Rich fruitcake spice on the palate with a velvety lingering finish.

PE Tinto, Herdade do Esporao, 2017
Bottle: £24.50
Alentejo, Portugal (13%)
An exciting Portuguese wine packed with fresh dark cherries and blueberries. Great structure and concentration.

Malbec, Martin Fierro, Bodegas Bórbore, 2015/16
Glass: £6.80 | Carafe: £18.20 | Bottle: £27
San Juan, Argentina (13%)
Soft sweet tannins with red and black fruit flavours. An ideal partner to red meats, grilled pork and cheese.

Pinotage, Huntersville, 2016/17
Bottle: £26
Swartland, South Africa (14%)
A superb young Pinotage. The flavours of this unique South African cultivar show ripe plum and fruitcake all beautifully integrated and then finished with subtle oak for a lingering aftertaste.

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Umani Ronchi, 2016
Bottle: £26.50
Abruzzo, Italy (13%)
Medium bodied and dry, with a finely textured structure and ripe, cherry fruit.

Carménère Reserva, De Gras, 2016
Bottle: £29
Colchagua Valley, Chile (13.5%)
A bouquet of spice, oak and black fruit, and a firm juicy palate with subtle toasty oak.

Rioja Crianza, Ramón Bilbao, 2014
Glass: £7.20 | Carafe: £19.40 | Bottle: £28.50
Rioja, Spain (13.5%)
Classic Rioja with bright youthful fruit and integrated vanilla oak nuances.

Les Amandiers, Chateau du Vieux Parc, 2016/17
Bottle: £29.50
Languedoc, France (13%)
Wild cherries and cassis flow into a mellow fruity palate with a slight peppery finish.

Shiraz, The Stump Jump, d’Arenberg, 2016/17
Bottle: £30.50
South Australia (14.3%)
A stunning red chock-full of fresh blackberries, cherries and dark chocolate sprinkled with spices.

La Fleur Lussac, Lussac St Emilion, 2014
Bottle: £34.50
Bordeaux, France (13%)
A lovely approachable Bordeaux with black fruit, oak spice and a lingering finish.

Côtes du Rhône Rouge, Laudun Chusclan, 2016
Glass: £8.50 | Carafe: £22.40 | Bottle: £33.50
Rhône, France (13.5%)
A serious Côtes du Rhône with generous fruit backed up by density and structure.

Fleurie, Louis Tête, 2016
Bottle: £37
Beaujolais, France (13%)
Light bodied with juicy, ripe raspberry fruit and lovely silky textures.

Milú, Quinta de Milú, 2015/16
Bottle: £39.50
Ribera del Duero, Spain (13.5%)
Aromas of ripe, dark fruits, black cardamom, liquorice and peppery spices. Bright and clean, with great structure and soft tannins from gentle oak-aging.

Pinot Noir, Crossings, 2016
Bottle: £41
Marlborough, New Zealand (13.5%)
Finely poised aromas of cherry, spice, raspberry and gentle smokiness. The palate is vibrantly intense with a rich and silky mouthfeel. Good with lamb and pork dishes.

Cabernet Sauvignon, 14 Hands, 2015
Bottle: £41
Washington State, United States of America (13.5%)
Fresh layers of blueberries and blackcurrants backed with subtle hints of dried herbs and spice.

Crozes Hermitage Saint Joseph, Colombo & Fille, 2015/16
Bottle: £55.50
Rhône, France (13%)
From hand-harvested Syrah, and the result is a wine with wonderful richness and a dense full-bodied structure with blackberry, cherry and clove notes.

Barolo, Poggio Le Coste, 2012/13
Bottle: £59
Piedmont, Italy (13.5%)
Deep garnet. There are floral notes of dried rose and violets layered over hints of black tea. Elegant tannins and a delicious lingering finish.

Trebbiano IGT Rubicone, Rometta, 2016/17
Glass: £5 | Carafe: £13.20 | Bottle: £19.50
Emilia Romagna, Italy (11%)
A fresh and delicate dry white wine with subtle citrus and floral notes.

Reserve Chardonnay, Tooma River 2017
Glass: £5.50 | Carafe: £14.80 | Bottle: £22
South Eastern Australia (12.5%)
Packed with grapefruit, lime and melon flavours.

Pinot Grigio, Via Nova, 2016/17
Glass: £5.90 | Carafe: £15.70 | Bottle: £23
Veneto, Italy (12%)
A deliciously easy-drinking dry white with subtle apple and pear and a refreshing finish.

Viognier, Mandrarossa, 2016
Bottle: £24
Sicily, Italy (13.5%)
A succulent palate of papaya and tropical fruit with a crisp, clean finish.

Rioja Blanco, Azabache, 2016/17
Bottle: £25
Rioja, Spain (12%)
Intensely fruity, with citrus and apple aromas. Smooth and balanced, refreshing on its own or an ideal accompaniment to seafood.

Sauvignon Prestige, Domaine Vigné-Lourac, 2016/17
Glass: £6.70 | Carafe: £17.90 | Bottle: £25.50
South West France (12%)
Intense exotic fruit aromas, incredible freshness and a beautiful balance.

Chenin Blanc, Free-Run Steen, MAN Family Wines, 2016
Glass: £6.80 | Carafe: £17.90 | Bottle: £26
Western Cape, South Africa (12.5%)
Tropical fruit, guava and melon aromas, crisp and bold sweet citrus backed by refreshing acidity and minerality.

Picpoul de Pinet, Domaine de Belle Mare, 2017
Glass: £7.40 | Carafe: £19.40 | Bottle: £29
Languedoc, France (13%)
Fresh and delicate dry white with a lemon touch and a mineral, savoury finish.

Verdicchio Classico, Villa Bianchi, Umani Ronchi, 2016
Bottle: £29
Marche, Italy (12%)
Delicately fruity and floral with a vibrant, mouth-watering palate and almond finish.

Fiano, Mandrarossa, 2016/17
Bottle: £30.50
Sicily, Italy (13.5%)
An inviting and exotic dry white wine with beautiful textures and a dry finish.

Pinot Gris, Agustinos Estate, 2017/18
Glass: £7.80 | Carafe: £20.40 | Bottle: £30.50
Bío Bío Valley, Chile (12.5%)
Aromas of fresh red apple and ripe quince fruit. The palate is fresh and balanced.

Gavi di Gavi, La Trebbiano IGT Rubicone, Rometta, 2016/17
Glass: £5 | Carafe: £13.20 | Bottle: £19.50
Emilia Romagna, Italy (11%)
A fresh and delicate dry white wine with subtle citrus and floral notes.

Albariño, Bico da Ran, 2017
Bottle: £39
Rias Baixas, Spain (12.5%)
A wine that offers a delicate bouquet and high natural acidity. Refreshing citrus fruits with notes of fennel and passionfruit intertwined with a light, leafy character.

Sauvignon Blanc, Crossings, 2016/17
Glass: £8.80 | Carafe: £23 | Bottle: £34.50
Marlborough, New Zealand (12.5%)
An excellent example of estate grown Kiwi Sauvignon. Exotic notes of white peach and pink grapefruit, passion fruit and citrus.

Riesling, Trimbach, 2015
Bottle: £39
Alsace, France (12.5%)
Elegant and classic with grapefruit and white peach on the nose fully integrated into a food-friendly structure.

The Money Spider Roussanne, d’Arenberg, 2017
Bottle: £39.50
South Australia (12.7%)
A luscious mix of weighty stone fruits and tropical notes through to nuttiness and an ever so delicate hint of spice.

Sancerre, Domaine Neveu, 2017
Bottle: £46
Loire, France (12.5%)
Classic wine from the historical home of Sauvignon. Not only does it have an elegant ‘gunflint’ minerality, but the grassy, gooseberry fruit carries through the citrus richness.

Chablis 1er Cru Forest, Louis Michel and Fils, 2012/14
Bottle: £58.00
Burgundy, France (13%)
Pristine white Burgundy with a fine structure backed with impeccable, classic structure.


Ayala Brut Majeur, NV
Bottle: £54
Champagne, France (12%)
The epitome of a non-vintage brut from a great, historic Champagne house. Perfect for an aperitif but can also pair harmoniously with every course of a meal.

Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut, NV
Glass: £12.50 | Bottle: £66
Champagne, France (12%)
Firm, with yeasty brioche notes following through to enrich the fruit flavour. Taut style and solid finish.

Taittinger, Prestige Rosé, NV
Bottle: £66
Champagne, France (12.5%)
Fresh aromas of wild strawberries and spice precede the balanced, smooth flavours of red fruits.

Dom Perignon, 2006
Bottle: £159
Champagne, France (12.5%)
Reputedly the oldest and most traditional of all Champagnes. Very delicate style to savour. One of the greats.

Camel Valley Brut, 2013/14
Glass: £10.50 | Bottle: £55.50
Camel Valley, Cornwall, England (12.5%)
Superb golden sparkler with elegant fizz and full, ripe flavours. Packed with elderflower and hedgerow notes, yet truly Brut.

Brut Baron De Marck, Gobillard, NV
Glass: £9 | Bottle: £46
Champagne, France (12.5%)
A fresh, stylish Champagne bursting with apples and lemons and notes of freshly baked brioche.

Prosecco, Stelle d’Italia, NV
Glass: £6.50 | Bottle: £29
Veneto, Italy (11%)
A lively crisp sparkling wine with a delicate lemony character and an aromatic, dry, refreshing finish.

Grand Impérial Brut, Vin Mousseux, CFGV, NV
Glass: £6 | Bottle: £26.50
Vin de France, France (10.5%)
Bright and refreshing, with a juicy pear character, medium body and dry finish.

Nos Amours Rosé Brut, NV
Glass: £6.50 | Bottle: £29
South West France (12%)
The combination of fine bubbles and delicate aromas makes this a delightfully light and silky rosé. Aromas in the mouth evoke red berries, cherries and strawberries: mellow and well-balanced.


L’Emblème Rosé, 2016
Glass: £5.20 | Carafe: £13.40 | Bottle: £20
Vin de France, France (12%)
Pale pink with fresh ripe strawberries and red cherries and a light, crisp refreshing palate.

Rioja Rosado, Ramón Bilbao, 2016/17
Bottle: £29.50
Rioja, Spain (12.5%)
A pale, modern rosé with irresistible cherry and strawberry flavours and a lingering finish.

White Zinfandel, The Wine Group, West Coast Swing, 2016
Glass: £6.20 | Carafe: £15.80 | Bottle: £23.50
California, USA (10.5%)
A sweeter style of rosé with lovely notes of peaches, mango and melon.

A refreshing beverage for all to enjoy, we have a variety of lagers, ciders and ales to wet your whistle. Prices are per pint.

Working Boat £4
Delicious golden session ale, brewed especially for our Working Boat pub downstairs (3.6%)

Pravha £5.10
Light pilsner with an unexpectedly crisp, light and refreshing taste (4.0%)

Sharp's Offshore £4.90
Crisp, clean with citrus fruit (4.8%)

Skinner's Porthleven £4.60
A refreshing zesty pale ale from the acclaimed Skinner’s Brewery based on Truro harbour (4.8%)

Blue Moon Belgian White £5.60
Belgian-style witbier brewed with orange peel for a subtle sweetness (5.4%)

Ellensburg IPA £4.95
Brewed locally in Bodmin, this brew is juicy and balanced with a citrus bite (4.3%)

Guinness £4.90
Dry, Irish and 'good for the heart' (4.2%)

Sharp's Orchard cider £4.50
Light golden, clean and refreshing (4.5%)


Brewdog Dead Pony Club £5
Citrusy, zesty and bright, delivering massive citrus aromas of lemongrass and lime zest (3.8%)

Brewdog Vagabond £5
Gluten free beer (4.5%)

Leffe £4.80
Belgian Abbey pale lager (6.6%)

Jubel peach £4.20
Cornish peach beer inspired by the French Alps and brewed by our neighbour's son (4.0%)

Jubel elderflower £4.20
A summery addition to the Jubel brand (4.0%)

Corona £4
A Mexican classic – wedge of lime anyone? (4.5%)

San Miguel £3.50
Alcohol free beer (0%)

Cornish Orchards blush £5
Gently sparkling cider with the fruity aroma of fresh raspberries (4.0%)