We Launch Purple Poppadom Cocktails!

What could be better than to kick back and relax at your favourite Cardiff Indian restaurant, with food you love and cocktails specially created to complement your cuisine!

Purple Poppadom Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary featuring Kashmiri chillies

This can now be a reality as we have launched a range of Purple Poppadom exclusive cocktails not only expertly mixed to accompany our food, but even containing a number of the spices and ingredients to be found in Chef Anand George’s famous Indian cuisine.

Available from Thursday 9th August, here is our menu of Purple Poppadom cocktails for your delight. 

 

Purple Poppadom Cocktails

Our own cocktails exclusively created to complement Purple Poppadom cuisine

Purple Poppadom Old Fashioned

Bulleit Bourbon, Jaggery Syrup and Angostura Orange Bitters

Perfect as a before dinner aperitif, or an after-dinner reviver, the Old Fashioned is a classic cocktail. Made with Bulleit Bourbon, and creating a bespoke syrup, with Purple Poppadom’s deeply intense, darkly sweet jaggery, topped with Angostura Orange Bitters, our Old Fashioned is a fresh take on the classic cocktail, for lovers of dark spirits.

£8

Purple Poppadom Cosmopolitan Punch

Absolut Vanilla Vodka, Pomegranate Juice, De Kuypers Orange Liqueur, Rose Syrups, Lime Juice, Fee Brothers Peach Bitters

A lighthearted, long drink inspired by the Cosmopolitan Cocktail. Light, floral, and sweet, made with Absolut Vanilla Vodka, a perfect partner for hot dishes. Made particularly to accompany our Rose Brûlée for dessert.

£9

Purple Poppadom Punch

Spiced rum, Malibu Coconut Liqueur, coconut cream, yogurt, Ceylon Tea, cashew, Basmati Rice, Cardamom pods, peppercorn, clove, cinnamon, and pineapple juice.

A clarified rum punch using spiced rum, adding a few more spice to it besides, and adding tropical flavours with Coconut, as well as pineapple juice, Purple Poppadom Punch is unlike any other punch you can try, anywhere.

£8.50 ** contains cashew nuts and dairy

Purple Poppadom Bloody Mary

Tamarind  & Chili Vodka, Tomato and lemon juice.

A Purple Poppadom inspired Bloody Mary, incorporating some of Chef Anand George’s famous sauces to make chili and garlic and tamarind vodka. For fans of savoury and spicy cocktails, this Bloody Mary will be one to try.

£8.50

Banana, Coffee and Ginger Soda

Courvoisier VSOP Cognac, Crossbrew Coffee Liqueur, Banana Liqueur, Gingerbeer

For those who love sweet, boozy sodas, this one has an extra tropical kick with banana liqueur. A sweet, effervescent banana, coffee and ginger soda, made with Courvoisier Cognac, and coffee liqueur which adds a rich depth. For dessert lovers.

£7.25

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