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Selected Avecs & Spirits

Price per 1cl


De Luze VSOP De Luze XO De Luze Extra Delamain Nobis Selection XO Delamain Pale & Dry XO Delamain Vintage 1981 Ragnaud-Sabourin Florilège Hennessy Richard




Darroze Domaine de Lalie 12 ans Darroze Domaine de Lalie 1991


Le Royer XO 15 ans Roger Groult Vénérable Coeur de Lion Operakällaren Hors d’Age



Bacardi 8yrs El Dorado 12yrs El Dorado 15yrs Gosling’s Family Reserve Old Rum



Makers Mark Woodford Reserv Single Barrel Jack Van Winkle Family Reserve Rye 13yrs Pappy Van Winkle 20yrs


Famouse Grouse Chivas 12yrs Johnnie Walker Black Label Johnnie Walker Gold Label 18yrs Johnnie Walker Blue Label Hibiki 17yrs


Bowmore 12yrs Talisker 10yrs Glenmorangie 10yrs Ardbeg 10yrs Dalwhinnie 15yrs MacAllan Fine Oak 12yrs Yamasaki 12yrs Highland Park 18yrs MacAllan Fine Oak 18yrs



Nardini Bianco, Veneto Nardini Riserva, Veneto Fine Prosecco, Distilleria Le Crode, Veneto Riserva 5 anni, Distillerie Francoli, Piemonte Grappa di Nebbiolo, Roberto Dellavalle Grappa Affinata in Botti da Marsala, Roberto Dellavalle

We reserv the right to serve 4cl if not requested otherwise 2012-11-09


The Gold Bar & Lounge

Welcome to the Gold Bar & Lounge

Nobis Signature Cocktails

For centuries, hotel bars have been synonymous with classic luxury and underlined elegance. The Gold Bar showcases a variety of classic cocktails originating from some of their most celebrated and legendary representatives, as well as some of the most distinguished gentlemen clubs. True to the Hotel bars innovative heritage, the Gold Bar invites you as well to a more liberal selection, with signature cocktails and more modern concoctions

Daiquiri Noir


Cosa Nostra Cocktail


Southern Winds


The Smoking Mexican Wrestler


Strawberry Basil Smash


Infinity Room


Layer Cake


50 Shades of Gold


Rob Rad


Created by The Gold Bar’s Adam Näslund. A clever combination of Zacapa, Recioto and liqueur made by the Carthusian Monks

Hotel Bar and Gentleman club classics

A refreshing blend of afternoon tea culture and modern mixology. Hendricks gin as conductor, Swedish “söderte” and citrus as the Orchestra

All cocktails contain ~5 cl of spirit

Queens Park Swizzle


This epic variation, and perhaps first incarnation of the standard rum swizzle, originating from Trinidad in the earlier part of the 20th century. It is fairly similar to a Mojito in terms of ingredients, but has a flavor that sets it completely apart

“Para todo mal, mezcal y para todo bien también” - “For everything bad, mezcal and for everything good, as well”. Tequilas rowdy cousin pays a visit. Mezcal stirred to perfection with French orange liqueur and chocolate bitters

Queens Park Hotel, Trinidad 1920’s

Breakfast Martini

Created by Salvatore Calabrese when his wife insisted he would have breakfast after a rough night out. Gin, citrus and orange marmalade shaken to alleviate. Served with an edible surprise


Lanesborough Hotel, London 2000’s

Sazerac 6cl

The Merchants Exchange Coffee House, New Orleans 1850’s


Lost and Forgotten Swedish Rum Punch


Created by a mysterious barman that remains unknown. Legend has it this elixir cures everything from scurvy to shark bites. Demerara Rum with swedish Flaggpunsch and citrus. Topped with soda and served tall


Corinthians 3:10-15 ”Works are judged after death and tested by fire. Some works are lost, but the soul is still saved”. A premium blend of 13 year old Rye Whiskey, Chartreuse and herbal liqueur that will light a fire from within. Not for the faint of heart

Applejack Rabbit

This Savoy old schooler matches apple with maple syrup and citrus. Served straight in a coupette with fresh grated cinnamon on top

The Nobis favorite. Our “garden to glass” drink; Vodka stirred with fresh strawberry, basil and ecological agave syrup. Served over 20,000 times and still going strong!

Named after Yayoi Kusamas exhibition which later became the main inspiration when designing the Gold Bar. Champagne enhanced with tones of apricots and fresh squeezed orange

The text book definition of a cocktail. Originally made with a cognac named Sazerac-de-Forge et Fils, hence the name, but later mixed using Rye whiskey due to the phylloxera epidemic in Europe that devastated France’s wine grape crops De Luze VSOP Bulleit Bourbon Delamain Nobis XO Van Winkl Family Reserve Rye 13yr Hennessy Richard

The Cuban classic reaches higher grounds with the help of some new friends. Aged rum in a delicious dance with Ripasso, lime and smoked Lapsang

Comforting and heartwarming. Cognac paired with tones of chocolate and the depth of Italian red wine

The first installment of our own erotic Sling trilogy. The traditional discipline of gin tickled with hints of caraway and enticing pineapple

The unholy union of single malt scotch and sweet vermouth. Brought together by cherry liqueur and French Absinth

Temperance 196:-

Rhubarb Lemonade


Ginger Mint Julep


San Bitters


Fresh homemade lemonade with rhubarb

Classic mocktail rendition of the 19th century southern classic. Ginger, mint and apple.


Non-alcoholic refreshing Italian aperitif



Taittinger Brut Reserve


Non-vintage Champagne. A timeless blend of 40% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Meunier

Taittinger Brut Rosé


Composed of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes from Montagne de Reimes. Some of the Pinot Noir grapes are used to make a red wine which later gives to Champagne its salmon pink color and refreshing hints of red berries

Taittinger Comtes de Champagne 2000



Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Rosé 2002 Grand Vintage Rosé 2002 is mature, harmonious and compelling. Not unlike it’s slightly more yellowish cousine the 2002 Rosé was also allowed two extra years of aging and the result is excellent

Dom Pérignon 2003 “Come quickly, I am drinking the stars!”—is supposedly what Dom Pérignon himself said when tasting the first sparkling Champagne. Since this iconic Champagne is sold by the glass we suggest you to try it yourself

Dom Pérignon Rosé 2000


Henriot Blanc de Blancs Henriot is definitelyy a top of the line Champagne. The line of thought is to use a larger amount of Chardonnay in the blend. It manages to be both delicate and powerful in the same sip

Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve


Salon 1997 The 36th vintage released from the prestigious Salon house. By only making wines that reach their high standards and inventing what we today call “Blanc de Blancs” Salon has earned a spot as one of the Champagne region’s top producers



Belle Epoque is French for Beautiful Era and many recognize the bottled which is decorated by anemones painted by the artnouveau artist Emile Gallé in 1902. The 2004 vintage is a blend of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Noir. All grapes used are from six different estates; All in Grand Cru positions

Belle Epoque Rosé 2002

Founded in 1818 with the marriage of Nicolas François Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon, it is one of the few to remain family owned. Their Brut Réserve has always been considerd one of the Champagne regions top non vintage wines


The Cuvée Louise 1999 comes in her customary yellow dress with almost golden nuances, proof of the great maturity of the grapes from which she was crafted

Belle Epoque 2004



A great example from one of the female pioneers of the champagne industry. Always an assemblage of 50% chardonnay and 50% pinot noir from the best villages in Champagne

Pommery Cuvée Louise 1999

The Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2000 has matured in the cellars of Epernay for eight years, allowing it to express this full richness and depth. The audacity of the Pinot Noir stands in stark contrast with the extreme classicism of the 2000 vintage


The 54th vintage release by G.H. Mumm. 2002 was a year of sunshine: the rich and powerful Grands Crus Pinots Noirs of Verzenay and Verzy are balanced by the lightness of the Côte des Blancs Chardonnays

Pommery Grand Cru 2004 299:-/1799:-


A predominance of Pinot Noir, a strong presence of Chardonnay and a touch of Pinot Meunier. To complete the union and ensure stylistic consistency, the Cellar Master adds a minimum of 20% reserve wines

G.H. Mumm Millésimé 2004 1399:-


Characterized by the warm glow of yellow gold and the fragrant aroma of flowers in bloom, Krug 1998 is an enchanting champagne of astonishing purity and precision

G.H. Mumm Cordon Rouge

Moët & Chandon is arguably one of the most famous names in the world of Champagne. Moët, the world’s biggest Champagne house, produces Grand Vintage only in ‘exceptional years’


“Krug Grande Cuvée is as a symphony, a composition where the instruments all play together, complementing each other in total harmony.”-Henri Krug. The composition of the “cuvée” is a stunning mosaic of flavors where the three champagne grapes, 2025 growths and 6-10 different years, combine to give Krug Grande Cuvée its complexity, elegance and consistency

Krug Vintage 1998

The family owned Taittinger house’s Prestige Champagne. First created in 1952 Comtes de Champagne is a blanc de blancs (exclusively Chardonnay) where the grapes are selected from different Grand Cru vineyard in the Cotê des Blancs district; Famed for its high quality Chardonnay

Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2004

Krug Grande Cuvée


Not unlike its sister wine the Belle Epoque Rose consists of carefully selected Chardonnay grapes from Grand Cru estates Avize and Cramant and Pinot Noir grapes from Mailly and Verzy (Montagne de Reims in the north) that provide a fresher taste than wine from the southern region. 8% red wine comes from grapes from Grand Cru estates Ambonnay and Aÿ

Louis Roederer Cristal Brut 2004 Cristal was first created in 1867 for Alexander II of Russia, and is viewed by many as the first prestige cuvée. The Champagne is crafted using harvests from the finest vineyards of Montagne de Reims, the Vallee de la Marne and the Cote des Blancs. Cristal ages an average of 5 years in the cellars and rests 8 months after disgorgement to perfect its maturity. The dosage of between 8 and 10 g/l is customized to complement each vintage


Wine Prosecco/Spumante Prosecco Brut d’Oro, Veneto Cuvée Nove Cinque Otto, Santero Cuvée Prestige Franciacorta, Ca del Bosco

White Chardonnay 2011, Farnese, Abruzzo Garganega Soave 2010, Adalia, Veneto Masianco Pinot Grigio 2011, Mase, Veneto Sauvignon Winkl 2011, Cantina Terlan, Alto Adige

Beers & Cider 12cl/75cl 95:-/475:99:-/499:760:15cl/75cl 95:-/455:110:-/520:120:-/570:125:-/575:-

Rosé Château de Selle Coeur du Grain Rosé 2010, France


Red Farnese Sangiovese 2009, Abruzzo Mastro Aglianico 2010, Mastroberardino, Campania Sopra Sasso Ripasso 2010, Valpolicella, Mondo del Vino, Veneto Querciabella Chianti Classico 2009, Toscana


Draught beers Carlsberg Export, Denmark Carlsberg Hof, Denmark Brooklyn Lager U.S.A

Bottled beers Peroni, Nastro Azzurro, Italy Staropramen, Czech Republic Brooklyn Brown ale, U.S.A Nils Oskar God lager, Sweden Sierra Nevada Pale ale, U.S.A Carlsberg non alcoholic, Denmark

Olive di cerignola limone e sedano


Crostino crema di carciofi, Pachino e acciuga tartufata


Cerignolaoliver med citron och selleri Cerignola olives with lemon and celery

Crostino med kycklinglevermousse och fikonmostarda Crostino with chicken liver and fig mostarda

Batutta di manzo


Piccola selezione di salumi

Den lilla charkbrickan Small plate of assorted charcuterie





Råbiff på hängmörad oxfilé Tenderised steak tartar

Coca Cola Coca Cola light Coca Cola zero Sprite Fanta orange

Stenkulla still mineral water 33cl/75cl Stenkulla carbonated mineral water 33cl/75cl

Crostino ´nduja e melanzane

Crostino med pikant ´ndujasalami och stekt aubergin Crostino with fried aubergine and spicy ´nduja salami


Soft drinks & juices


Crostino fegatini di pollo e mostarda di fichi


Cider La Cidraie, France

Crostino med kronärtskockscreme, Pachinotomat och tryffelmarinerad sardell Crostino with artichoke tapenade, Pachino tomatos and truffled anchovy



Orange Juice Apple Juice Cranberry Juice Grape Juice Pineapple Juice Tomato Juice

Non-alcoholic creations are found under the cocktail section of the menu



Nobis Drinklista