A cocktail is more than an alcoholic drink, with a bit of creativity to bring together interesting combinations, the multi-layered drinks are a taste sensation. Skillfully combined by hand and uniquely mixed to bring out the best flavours, our stylish and sophisticated cocktails are the perfect choice for a memorable dining experience.
The Ritz (Martini)
Vanilla Vodka, Watermelon Schnapps, Strawberry Liqueur, Pineapple Juice, Lemon Juice & Dried Rose Petals.
Inspired by the history of our Concord venue’s location, The Ritz cocktail is named after the heritage-listed cinema “The Ritz” which was designed by architect A.M. Bolot, and was built in 1937. An elegant cocktail reminiscent of a great night out at the theatre, the Randwick Ritz is a historical record of the 1930s cinema culture, interpreting aspirations, tastes, creativity and the growing importance of cinema in society.
Vodka, Kahlua & a shot of Organica’s house unique blend coffee
A relatively young creation, this rich and indulgent cocktail is believed to have originated in London by bartender Dick Bradsell in the early 1980s. The story goes that Bradsell was asked to make something to “wake me up” for a young model. So, he came up with a combination of vodka, coffee and sugar – now a worldwide classic of bittersweetness.
White Dragon (Margarita)
Tequila, Cointreau, Lemon Juice, Egg White & Agave Syrup
The White Dragon is a variation of the classic drink Margarita, using lemon instead of lime juice with the addition of egg whites. The Cointreau and lemon lend to the Margarita characteristics, but with a delectable smoothness and silkiness from the egg whites, and complete with the sweetness of agave syrup. Ideal for brunch and an extra protein kick.
Baileys, Crème de Cacao, Ice cream & Frangelico
If you’re looking for a creamy and frothy treat, then the decadent Mud Slide is just what you need. Also known as the ‘adult milkshake’, this delicious blend originated on the north coast of Grand Cayman Island in the 1950s and was made popular in the US in the 1980s. Perfect for a hot island-kind-of-day or as a special drinkable dessert.
Whiskey, Lemon Juice, Egg White, Bitters & Orange Marmalade
Travelling by sea was challenging in the 1800s, and the early version of Whisky Sour has likely been around for a long while thanks to sailors, given the addition of lemon juice for a vitamin C boost on long voyages. This refreshing drink is a perfect blend of sweet and sour which was first mentioned in 1862 by Jerry Thomas in The Bartenders Guide and is certainly still an all-time favourite for many.
Celebrating the past, embracing the future
At Organica café we celebrate the past and embrace the future through our delicious Mediterranean cuisines, homemade cakes, and sensational cocktails. Feel at home in either of our incredible spaces with a nostalgic feel at our historical Concord location or at our Award-Winning Leichhardt location.Visit our signature cocktails menu here: