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Wines and Spirits SOBRANIE Social Club

Wines and Spirits SOBRANIE Social Club

ON TODAYS MENU WE ARE OFFERING

Coffees &

Hot Beverages

offee was initially used for spiritual reasons. At least


1100 years ago, traders brought coffee across the
Red Sea into Arabia (modern-day Yemen), where
Muslim dervishes began cultivating the shrub in their
gardens. At first, the Arabians made wine from the pulp
of the fermented coffee berries. This beverage was known
as qishr (kisher in modern usage) and was used during
religious ceremonies.

WATER
Mineral Water
Evian o,2 l. ................................................./ den.
Perrier o,2 l ................................................/ den.
Jamnica o,2 l ............................................../ den.
Radenska o,2 l........................................ 50 den.
Heba o,2 l.................................................../ den.
Knjaz Milo o,33 l......................................./den.
Pelisterka o,25 l ...................................... 40 den.
Natural Water
Ladna o,5 l .............................................. 40 den.
Korpi o,5 l ................................................../ den.
Gorska o,25 l ........................................... 40 den.
Bonaqua o,25 l .........................................../ den.
Vlasinska Rosa o,5 l................................. 40 den.
Carbonated Water
Dobra Voda o,5 l .................................... 50 den.
Bonaqua o,25 l ....................................... 40 den.

Espresso.................................................... 30 den.
Espresso Double....................................... 50 den.
Macchiato Small.......................................40 den.
Macchiato Large....................................... 50 den.
Cappuccino...............................................60 den.
Tea, fruit & herbal....................................40 den.
Ness - caf................................................. 70 den.
Hot Chocolate.......................................... 70 den.
Milk o,2.................................................... 50 den.
Salep.......................................................... 50 den.
Irish Coffee...............................................80 den.
Turkish Coffee........................................ ---- den.
Boiled Vine...............................................110 den.
Extra (Cream, Milk, Honey).....................10 den.

Non Alcoholic
Drinks
Red Bull .............................................. 150 den.
Fresh Orange o,2 l ..............................100 den.
Lemonade o,2 l..................................... 70 den.
Orangina............................................... 80 den.
Coca Cola.............................................. 60 den.
Fanta..................................................... 60 den.
Sprite..................................................... 60 den.
Schweppes............................................ 60 den.
Indian Tonic Water ............................. 60 den.
Bravo..................................................... 80 den.
Ice Tea................................................... 80 den.

Whiskeys & Whiskies


Then in 1880, Scotch whisky became a global phenomenon thanks to a
new microscopic insect that preyed on the grape vines in France. Since
wine and brandy were considered two of the most popular drinks of the
day, when the phylloxera bug began to destroy vineyards across France,
wine and brandy production came to an almost immediate halt. With
alcoholics around the world craving a substitute, the doors to the global marketplace opened wide for Scotlands distillers and Scotch whisky
became the worlds new popular drink.

Highlands 4 cl
Glenfiddich ........................................................................
Cardhu ...............................................................................
Scapa....................................................................................
Glenlivet ............................................................................

Scotch 4 cl
Dimple 15 y.o. ..................................................................
Chivas Regal 12 y.o. ......................................................
Johnnie Walker Black Label 12 y.o...........................
Ballantines Gold Seal 12 y.o.......................................
Swing ...................................................................................
Ballantines Black ............................................................
J&B Rare.............................................................................
Cuty Sark ...........................................................................
Black & White ..................................................................
Johnnie Walker ..............................................................
Ballantines 0,03l.............................................................
Teachers ..........................................................................
The Famous Grouse.......................................................
Irish 4 cl
Jameson ..............................................................................
Tullamore Dew ................................................................
Bushmils ..........................................................................
Bushmils Black ................................................................
Bushmils Single Malt ..................................................

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Tequila is a regional specific name for a distilled beverage made from the blue agave plant, primarily in the
area surrounding the city of Tequila, 65 km northwest
of Guadalajara, and in the highlands of the north western Mexican state of Jalisco

Tequila

2cl

Olmeca ...............................................................................80 den.


Pepe Lopez........................................................................60 den.
Camino................................................................................60 den.
Named after the town of Cognac in France, is a variety of brandy.
It is produced in the wine-growing region surrounding the town
from which it takes its name, in the French Departements of
Charente and Charente-Maritime.

Cognac 4cl
HennessyVS...............................................................250 den.
Remy Martin VS ......................................................300 den.
Courvoisier VS..........................................................300 den.

Canadian 4 cl
Canadian Club 12.......................................................... 250 den.
Canadian Club .................................................................. 160 den.
Crown Royal ................................................................. 200 den.
Bourbon & American 4 cl
Jack Daniels 0.03 ............................................................
Jim Beam Black ..............................................................
Jim Beam.............................................................................
Four Roses..........................................................................

Bitters

4cl

Jgermeister.....................120 den
Becherovka.......................100 den
Pernod................................120 den
Ricard..................................120 den
Campari..............................100 den
Martini Bitter ..................100 den
Ramazzotti .......................100 den
Fernet Branca .................120 den
Pelinkovac............................80 den

150 den.
200 den.
160 den.
160 den.

The origins of brandy were clearly tied to the development of distillation. While the process was
known in the classical times, it wasn't used for
significant beverage production up until the 15th
century
Napoleon........................................................................ 100 den.
Metaxa 5 *****............................................................. 100 den.
Stock....................................................................................80 den.
Zolta ....................................................................................60 den.
Badel .....................................................................................6 den.

Rum

um started to play an important role in the political system; candidates attempted to influence the outcome of
an election through their generosity with rum. The people
would attend the hustings to see which candidate appeared
more generous.

Bacardi Black................................................................................
Captain Morgan .........................................................................
Bacardi ORO .................................................................................
Bacardi Superior ........................................................................
Appleton White ...........................................................................
Malibu..............................................................................................
Havna ..............................................................................................
Badel.................................................................................................

Liqueurs & Creams 4 cl

Liqueurs are historical descendants of herbal medicines, they were


made in Italy as early as the 13th century and were often prepared by
monks (e.g. Chartreuse). Nowadays, liqueurs are made worldwide and
are served in many ways: by themselves, poured over ice, with coffee,
mixed with cream or other mixers to create cocktails, etc. They are often served with or after a dessert. Liqueurs are also used in cooking.
Some liqueurs are prepared by infusing certain woods, fruits, or flowers
in either water or alcohol and adding sugar or other items. Others are
distilled from aromatic or flavoring agents. Anise liqueurs have the interesting property of turning from transparent to cloudy when added to
water: the oil of anise remains in solution in the presence of a high concentration of alcohol, but crystallizes when the alcohol concentration is
reduced, this is known as the ouzo effect.

Baileys ..................................................................
Carolans ...............................................................
Southern Comfort ..............................................
Drambuie..............................................................
Cointreau .............................................................
Kahlua ..................................................................
Saint Brendans ....................................................
Galliano ...............................................................
Passoa ...................................................................
Archers .................................................................
Peach Three .........................................................
Tia Maria .............................................................
After Shock 2 cl....................................................
Advocaat ..............................................................
Irish Mist 2 cl.......................................................
Amaretto Barbero ...............................................
Sourz ....................................................................
De Kuyper.............................................................

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60 den.

Vodka

cholars debate the beginnings of vodka. It is a contentious issue because very


little historical material is available. Vodka originated in Eastern
Europe. The first production was
either in Poland in the 8th century or in the area of today's Russia
in the late 9th century according
to different sources. According
to the Gin and Vodka Association (GVA), the first distillery
was documented over three hundred years later at Khlynovsk as
reported in the Vyatka Chroni-

cle of 1174. For many centuries,


beverages differed significantly
compared to the vodka of today,
as the spirit at that time had a
different flavor, color and smell,
and was originally used as medicine. It contained little alcohol,
an estimated maximum of about
14%, as only this amount can be
attained by natural fermentation.
The still, allowing for distillation
("burning of wine"), increased
purity, and increased alcohol
content, was invented in the 8th
century.

Grey Goose................................................................ 250 den.


Stolichnaya................................................................ 100 den.
Absolut .........................................................................90 den.
Skyy ............................................................................. 100 den.
Finlandia 0.03l...........................................................60 den.
Smirnoff........................................................................80 den.
Danzka ..........................................................................90 den.
Pushkin .........................................................................90 den.
Troika.............................................................................60 den.
Baltic...............................................................................60 den.
Long Drinks.............................................................. +20 den.

Gin 4cl

Bombay Sapphire......................................................................120 den.


Beefeater .....................................................................................100 den.
Gordons .......................................................................................100 den.
Gilbeys ...........................................................................................100 den.
Finsbury.........................................................................................100 den.
GMG.................................................................................................... 60 den.
Lonk drinks...................................................................................+20 den.

Ouzo 4 cl

Plomari ............................................................................................ 90 den.


Ozo 12........................................................................................ 70 den.
..................................................................................... 60 den.
........................................................................................... 60 den.

Vermouth 5 cl

Martini Bianco............................................................................... 80 den.


Martini Rosso ................................................................................ 80 den.
Vermouth......................................................................................... 80 den.

National wines

he tradition of wine-making in the Macedonia dates


back thousands of years. Evidence of ancient grape
seeds have been found during excavations, along
with storing and drinking vessels. Throughout early history,
during the Roman empires, Macedonian wines have been
carried and sometimes traded throughout Europe. There
was much worshipping of the wine gods Dionysus in the
Greek era and Bacchus during the Roman empire. Although
such things were forbidden in the Christian age of Byzantium, sacramental and table wines were still important to
Macedonian culture. Crusaders brought back Macedonian
wines to their respective countries, and brought Macedonian vines to plant at home, which is why so many varietals
throughout Europe have Macedonian origins. The culture
survived throughout the Ottoman empire, finding places
where wine was still enjoyed despite Muslim restrictions.

T,ga za jug o,2 l.................................................... 110 den.


Aleksandrija o,2 l............................................... 110 den.
Traminec o,2 l....................................................... 110 den.
Temjanika o,2....................................................... 140 den.

Chillers
Smirnoff Ice 0,275 l.................................... 140 den.

BEERS

he process of making beer is known as brewing. A


dedicated building for the making of beer is called a
brewery, though beer can be made in the home and
has been for much of its history. A company that makes beer
is called either a brewery or a brewing company. Beer made
on a domestic scale for non-commercial reasons is classified as homebrewing regardless of where it is made, though
most homebrewed beer is made in the home. Brewing beer
is subject to legislation and taxation in developed countries,
which from the late 19th century largely restricted brewing
to a commercial operation only. However, the UK government relaxed legislation in 1963, followed by Australia in
1972 and the USA in 1978, allowing homebrewing to become a popular hobby.

Heineken.....................................................................110 den.
Amstel ........................................................................... 80 den.
Amstel Draught o,25.............................................. 60 den.
Amstel Draught o,5..............................................100 den.
Becks ............................................................................................
Efes Pilsner .................................................................................
Skopsko......................................................................... 70 den.
Tuborg.........................................................................100 den.
MB....................................................................................................

Appetizers
Indian Almonds Hazelnuts..................................100 den.
Almonds......................................................................----- den.
Hazelnuts....................................................................----- den.
Peanuts........................................................................... 30 den