Of the eight drinks offered, the bartender first recommended the P.I.C. (short for "Partners in Crime," $12), a combination of two cocktails known as His and Hers. The His ($11) mixes Bulleit rye whiskey, vermouth, McCutcheon's apple cider from Frederick, grenadine and a dash of Peychaud's bitters, while the more streamlined Hers ($10) uses Green Hat gin, St. Germain elderflower liqueur and orange bitters. The P.I.C. combines both cocktails in a single drink for surprisingly clean and crisp results, despite the inherent risk of blunting flavors with that many ingredients. The top-shelf spirits interact well together, especially with the addition of the light elderflower flavor. The apple cider gave it an earthy finish.