Each featuring our local Vermont Spirits and a story
Burning Embers Swedish style vodka with herbs and spices, Dunc’s Mill Maple Rum Apricot Juice, Corina’s Swtichy, Alice and the Magician Autumn Bonfire Cocktail Aromatic
In 1964, Tenney, burned his Ascutney farmhouse and barns and took his own life after the state was seizing his property to make way for construction of Interstate 91.
Smugglers Notch Hopped Gin , Solerno Blood Orange Liqueur, grapefruit juice, basil simple syrup, Metcalfe’s Raspberry Liqueur in a Martini
Murdered in the early hours of Nov 7, 1926, an executive at Windsor’s Cone Automotive. Wounds to her face were so severe, they removed her head, preserved it in a jar and put it on display as evidence. Cecelia watched her own murder trial.
Smugglers’ Notch Bourbon , Muddled Oranges, Rosemary Simple Syrup, orange bitters, Alice & the Magician Rosemary & Honey Cocktail Aromatic
Virgil is our self proclaimed station ghost
A classic Sazerac with Whistle Pig Rye Whiskey , Peychaud and Angostura bitters, absinthe, lemon twist
Isaac built and opened the Old Apothecary Shop in Windsor in 1804
Green Mountain Organic Gin, dry vermouth, house made pickled vegetable juice, martini garnished with a pickled vegetable pick.
Elijah owned the old Windsor Tavern in 1777 where 72 delegates met to form the Republic of Vermont
BLOODY MARY RODGERS
Silo Vodka, dilly bean juice, V8, cracked pepper, sriracha, dilly beans
In 1905 after being convicted in the murder of her husband, Mary Rogers became the last woman hung in the Windsor Prison Gallows.
Silo Lavender Vodka, Metcalfe’s Blueberry Liqueur,Ginger Sumptuous Syrup, peach juice, red wine, aphrodite bitters, Alice and the Magician Violet Leaf Extract
spectacularly imaginative artist in the 19oos who’s train pulled into this station many times bringing him home to Cornish. Views of Windsor and Mt Ascutney inspired much of his famous work.
Green Mountain Organic Orange Vodka (Stowe) with Guava Juice and a splash of Pomegranate juice. 10
AKA JC Taylor Carter, VP and 2019 JP Larkin club champion,
a classy, fedora wearing time traveler from 1940’s who’s smooth operating dominates the hip millennial circuit.