Wolf in the Fog has added a local dimension to its robust cocktail program, aptly titled Local Legends
. A toast to fresh ingredients and Canadian producers, the new menu features a number of classic cocktails made exclusively with B.C. spirits.
Wolf in the Fog’s Local Legends program boasts four staple cocktails, each concocted with locally sourced spirits and liqueurs. Featuring a Negroni, Lynchburg Lemonade, Chi Chi and two different Gin & Tonic variations, the Local Legends menu honours these well-loved cocktails, each showcasing B.C. product of the highest quality and embellished with a uniquely creative touch.
“We are beyond excited to launch this local spirit cocktail list,” says Bar Manager Hailey Pasemko. “Each of these B.C. spirits is a local legend in its own right and we are honoured to use them to curate a fresh and proudly Canadian take on some of the world’s most popular cocktails.”
First on the list, the ‘Locals Only Negroni’ (a twist on the classic Negroni aperitif), is made with Sheringham Seaside gin, Legend Distillery’s Naramaro amaro and Odd Society Bittersweet vermouth, honouring the very best of B.C. spirits. Next up is the ‘Lynn Road Lemonade’, inspired by the Lynchburg Lemonade, blending Okanagan Spirits BRBN (100% BC Bourbon-style corn whisky), Naramata-based Legend Distillery’s Manitou orange liqueur, lemon and soda for an invigorating citrus palate. The ‘Chi Chi’ celebrates that iconic, universally loved tropical flavour, combining Pacific Rim Distillery’s Humpback Vodka (produced in Ucluelet), Legend Distillery’s Naramaro amaro and tepache with potent hints of coconut.
The Local Legends bar menu is capped off with two distinct takes on the Gin & Tonic. For faithful G&T lovers, the ‘Classic G&T’ features Wayward Distillery’s Unruly gin, Phillips Artisanal Dry tonic and lemon. For those with an adventurous streak, the ‘Last Unicorn G&T’ unquestionably lives up to its name. Made with Victoria Spirits Empress 1908 gin, Phillips Botanical tonic and lemon, its deep, almost mystical purple hue makes this drink just as Instagram-worthy as it is refreshing.
A gallery of images of Local Legends cocktails can be viewed here
. The Local Legends bar menu as well as Wolf in the Fog’s regular House Cocktail, Fancy Drink and Punch Bowl menus can be viewed at http://www.wolfinthefog.com/food-drink/bar/
Wolf in the Fog is open daily for dinner from 5pm
to late and for happy hour on Saturday
from 3pm to 5pm.
Brunch is available from 10am to 3pm
on Saturdays and Sundays. Daily lunch service from 10am to 3pm
as well as daily happy hour from 3pm-5pm
will resume April 1
. Call 1-250-725-WOLF (9653) or visit www.wolfinthefog.com
About Wolf in the Fog
Named Air Canada’s enRoute’s Best New Restaurant in Canada 2014
, Wolf in the Fog captures the true spirit of Tofino. Chef Nick Nutting’s seasonal menu features seafood and fish in abundance from Tofino suppliers, meat and grain from Vancouver Island farmers, and wild greens and mushrooms foraged from the plentiful forests and seashores of Tofino. A focus on family-style gatherings, communal dining and share plates, encourages guests to engage with their food. Bringing a wealth of international technique and talent, the team holds a candid passion for the natural environment of Tofino and the produce sourced there – from foraging for chanterelles or cooking whole salmon for friends; Tofino is where they have chosen to be. www.wolfinthefog.com