The drinks were carefully crafted, and while served simple, the flavors were elaborate and blended excellently to make creative new concoctions. First we ordered the Mischief Managed (almost more to appease our Harry Potter tendencies) which was an intricate drink made with Early times Bourbon, Burnt Rose, Rainwater Madeira, Saler’s Apertif, Cap Corpse Rouge, Peychaud’s Bitters, and Palo Santo Wood. It was pretty good, not our standard, but we were glad we experimented. One of the things I find most amusing about ordering a craft cocktail is hardly knowing what it will taste like based off of the extensive list of ingredients I rarely can comprehend. We also ordered Priorities Intact, comprised of whiskey, scotch, absinthe, bitters, and more; this drink was very good. Lastly The Gin Joint offers a rarely seen Mocktail menu that features drinks made like a craft cocktail without the alcohol. They all looked delicious but still cost a pretty penny.