Fall & Winter Specialty Cocktails in Gettysburg

signature-drink2We’re thrilled to join Susquehanna Style Magazine to bring you Sips of the Susquehanna and our “Old Chai-Town” Signature Cocktail for the month of September. Eight restaurants throughout the Susquehanna Valley have been selected to create custom cocktails perfectly fashioned to bring you into the delicious tastes of autumn.

Not only are we offering the Old Chai-Town, we’ve launched a refreshed spirits menu. Wines have been updated and specialty drinks for the fall and winter season are here to enjoy throughout the crisp weather in Gettysburg. Enjoy a classic Hot Toddy made with Bulleit Rye, lemon, honey, nutmeg, cinnamon stick, and hot water. Originally created in Scotland, the hot tottie (or hot whiskey), was used as a cure for the common cold.

Other great additions include a Cider Sangria and a Dutch Bramble. With our list if specialty cocktails, there’s no better bar in Gettysburg this winter than One Lincoln.



Old Chai Town
House aged Nolet’s gin, ginger root, nutmeg, honey, bitters, and chai tea. Tea based cocktails came out of Japan, and were introduced into punches before the advent of the classic cocktails; this is our addition to its history.

Cider Sangria
Local hard‏ cider, cinnamon whiskey, red wine, cranberry juice, local apples. It would be a disservice to Adams County if we didn’t include local hard cider, and tip our hats to those working hard out in the orchards this season.

Hot Toddy
Bulleit Rye, lemon, honey, nutmeg, cinnamon stick, and hot water. Originating in Scotland, the hot toddy (or hot whiskey), was used as a cure for the common cold, however; preventative measures are important when thinking about one’s health.

Dutch Bramble
House aged Nolet’s gin, lemon, blackberry brandy, simple syrup. Introduced by Dick Bradsell, aka ‘The Cocktail King.’ The blackberry drink is arguably the most famous of his creations from his time at Fred’s Club Soho.