Perfect cocktails. Every time.
 
 

Artisan cocktails &
spirituous concoctions
from master bartenders
tailor-made to your tastes.
Welcome to Alchemy.

 
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Etiquette

Alchemy is different from other watering holes. It's a place to relax, sip a fine drink, and enjoy one another's company. As such, we've set a few guidelines to make everyone's experience a bit more pleasurable.


No.1

Keep your mind open to new experiences.


No.2

Please dress sharply and speak easy. Mind your manners.


No.3

Do refrain from talking on your telephone inside the bar.


No.4

No flash photography.


No.5

Please be patient. Quality cocktails take time. And love.

No.6

Gentlemen, be so good as to remove your hats.


No.7

If you must smoke, leave your cirrhosis at the table and take your cancer out the back door. Full re-entry required.


No.8

Gentlemen will not approach ladies. If you'd like to make someone's acquaintance, please ask the bartender to introduce you.


No.9

Speak easy and enjoy.





 

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Liquor Terminology


Bombs: Any shooter intended to have a shot glass of liquor dropped into another glass.


Chilled: Liquor that is shaken in ice to chill it, then drained out of the tin so that no ice is in the glass, but the liquor itself is cold.


Dry: A dash of dry vermouth is added to the drink, usually referring to a martini.


Extra Dry: A tiny amount of dry vermouth or none at all, usually referring to a martini.


Floater: 1/2 oz. of liquor poured on top of a drink to add a little extra kick, usually in tropical drinks or margaritas.

Perfect: Drinks made with a dash of dry and sweet vermouth, usually referring to a martini.


Twist: Lemon peel used to flavor rim of glass, then dropped in the drink. Take the lemon peel and twist it, releasing the essence of the oil over the top of the drink; the twist is then dropped in to the drink.


Neat: Just liquor in the glass! No ice and no mixer.


Dirty: Dirty is a request for olive juice to be added to the drink.

Virgin: A non-alcoholic drink.


Muddling: The use of a muddling tool to press fruit or herbs into the bottom of a glass until the plant has released its essence.

 
 

How to Dance the Charleston


Try it, you'll like it.

Step forward with the right foot, toes facing outward on the "touch" beat.

Turn toes inward as left toe moves forward.

Touch forward with left toe, toes facing outward again.

Turn toes inward as left foot moves back.

Step back with the left foot, toes facing outward.

Turn toes inward as right foot move back.

Touch back with right toe, toes facing outward.

 

Speakeasy Women


The term flapper in the 1920s referred to a new breed of young women who wore short skirts, bobbed haircuts, listened to the new jazz music, and flaunted their disdain for what was then considered acceptable behavior. Flappers were seen as brash for wearing excessive makeup, drinking, treating sex in a casual manner, smoking, driving automobiles and otherwise flouting social and sexual norms.


Flappers had their origins in the period of liberalism, social and political turbulence and increased transatlantic cultural exchange that followed the end of the First World War, as well as the export of American jazz culture to Europe.


 

Speakeasy Men


A SMILE
CHARM
WHISKEY
MUSCLES
POLISH
A LADY

Allow us to be your guide
to the perfect beverage.

Our drink menu is only a list of recommendations, a guide to assist if you're not sure what to order.

Our alchemists can suggest many more concoctions than we could possibly list here, so don't hesitate to ask for guidance.





Whiskey, Bourbon
& Rye

Michter’s American Whiskey KY
Michter’s Straight Rye KY
Michter’s Bourbon Whiskey KY
Angel’s Envy Bourbon Whiskey KY
Hudson Corn Whiskey NY
Hudson Single Malt Whiskey NY
Hudson Baby Bourbon NY
Hudson Rye NY
Hudson Four Grains Whiskey NY
St George Single Malt Whiskey CA
Spicebox Spiced Whiskey CA
Berkshire Bourbon Whiskey CA
Tap 357 Maple Rye CA


Gin

Boodles British
Bluecoat American Dry
St George Dry Rye
St George Botanivore
Broker’s London Dry
Hendrick’s
Nolets



Tequila
& Mezcal

Herradura Silver
Herradura Reposado
Herradura Añejo
Corzo Silver
Corzo Añejo
Corzo Reoposado
Vida Mezcal
Wild Shot Mezcal



Rum

Zaya
10 Cane
Gosling
Mt. Gay
Ron Zapata
Appleton Estate
Brugal



Scotch
Whiskey

Peat Monster Blended Malt Scotch Whiskey
Spice Tree Malt Scotch Whiskey
Orangerie Scotch Whiskey
Highland Park 18 Single Malt
Balvenie 15 Single Malt


Absinthe

Ordinaire (France)
Kübler (Swizerland)



Miscellany

Advocaat Egg Liqueur
Aguardiente Nectar
Aperol Aperitivo
Aquavit
Aquavite Grappa
Averna Sambuca
B&B
Bon Genever
Cachaça
Caravella Limoncello
Chambord
Chartreuse Yellow
Chartreuse Green
Disaronno Amaretto
Dow’s Ruby Porto
Drambuie
Fernet Branca
Galliano
Grand Marnier
King’s Ginger Liqueur
Lillet Rouge
Lillet Blanc
Luxardo Amaretto
Luxardo Limoncello
Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur
Luxardo Sambuca
Lazzaroni Amaretto
Pimm’s No. 1
Praline Pecan Liqueur
Root Herb & Cane Liqueur
St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur
Vya Sweet Vermouth Aperitif


 

 
Liquor Terminology

Them's drinking words! Click here to straighten out your vocab.

 
Dance the Charleston

Click here to learn how to dance with some of the best in the biz.

 
Speakeasy Women

Now that's a lady! Click here to see some fine dames.

 
Speakeasy Men

Smooth and dapper. Click here to learn what makes a man.

 

Alchemy Signature Events

Goose Island Beer Tasting

Alchemy is proud to present the Goose Island Beer Tasting in May 2014. Six courses of beer will be served, including 9-month aged vintage beers Pepe Nero, Pierre Jacque, Matilda and Sofie, along with hors d'oeuvres, cheeses and cracker pairings for light to heaviest flavors of the Goose Island vintage beer. Tickets cost $30 in advance online, $35 at the door. Quantities are extremely limited, so get yours today. Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the beer tasting begins at 7:00 pm.



Every Week at Alchemy

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Wednesday Ultra Suede Sessions

Wednesday Ultra Suede Sessions

The Wednesday Ultra Suede Sessions take place every Wednesday night at Alchemy from 9 until midnight. Enjoy cool jazz and tantalizing drink specials.

This event is free. RSVP now.

Thursday Confidential

Thursday Confidential

Come to Alchemy to experience an evening of imbibing delicious craft cocktails with a special service from the talented Alchemists on staff. Your server will discuss customized beverages with you or explain the history of the liquors.

This event is free. RSVP now.

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Beverages


Beverages

Our drink menu is only a list of recommendations, a guide to assist if you're not sure what to order. Our alchemists can suggest many more concoctions than we could possibly list here, so don't hesitate to ask for guidance.

 


Reservations

Click here to reserve a table.

Contact

1122 Thomasville Road

Tallahassee, Florida 32303

Telephone: 850 727 8803

Email: pake@hunterandharp.com

Hours

Wednesday - Sunday

7 p.m. - 2 a.m

Entry

Entrance can be found inside the Midtown Filling Station Barcade Room. If the traffic light is green, we are taking walk-ins and no reservation is required. Enquire at the secret door for availability or call 850 727 8803.

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