What are some of the specialty cocktails available at Bouley?

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The drink menu at New York’s Bouley, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant, boasts six distinctive specialty cocktails worthy of sampling. They change occasionally depending on the seasons, but you’re likely to find at least a few of the following: La Pomme, a classic apple martini; Le Fleur, a martini composed of elderflower gelée base and tequila along with a champagne float; L’Ananas, a high ball mixed drink concocted from gin, pineapple and sage; La Fraise, a refreshing blend of sake and strawberry; 1605, a tipple made from green chartreuse, gin, aloe juice, lemon and rosemary; and the equally verdant Green Gin, the least sweet drink on the menu since it combines gin, apple and asparagus juices, honey and tarragon. Should you be dining with any teetotalers, know that they, too, can partake in the cocktail experience thanks to two mocktails: the La Myrtille made with iced tea and blueberry puree, and the Virgin Danube, made with apple juice, apple puree, elderflower syrup and club soda.

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