Manhattan recently launched a collection of artisanal concoctions that pays homage to the rise of a global cocktail renaissance at the turn of a new century – the 2000s. Taking inspiration from social and cultural influences around New York City, each unique creation reflects the vibrant entertainment scene in the Big Apple. Paying tribute to the New York television phenomenon The Sopranos, Bada Bing Bada Boom features Glenlivet 12 Years, Ruffino Chianti red wine, spice syrup and cherry tobacco bitters, accompanied with an aromatic chocolate “cigar” for sophisticated sipping.

Other cocktails on the new era menu includes Meyer’s Fizz, inspired by Danny Meyer of Shake Shack fame; a Tiki Apostle, a nod to the time when tiki drinks were all the rage; and No Vacancy, a 50-50 martini that references Bungalow 8 in New York, where bottle service first hit new heights. For a cocktail that will really get the table talking, the Kryptonite comes aptly named. A blend of Botanist Gin, Mancino Secco Vermouth, Clarified Watermelon, Mint Syrup and Tonic Water, it comes served with an ice cube of glowing green.