Cocktails

Baijiu

Baijiu is a modern interpretation of the classic bijou cocktail. This cocktail is a triumph of balance and subtlety. Both punchy and reserved at once, this clever take on a classic might soon be a classic in its own right.

Ingredients: Hong Kong Baijiu, Roku, Antica Formula Carpano Vermouth, green Chartreuse, Campari, gold

Marco Polo

An ode to the classic amaretto sour, this cocktail brings the floral elegance and complexity of the baijiu into perfect harmony with tart and sour citrus and sweet amaretto. Silky, smooth and moreish.

Ingredients: Hong Kong Baijiu, Absolut Elyx, Amaretto, lemon, egg white, Peychaud's Bitters

Hong Kong Saudade

Created as a baijiu laced riff on the classic caipirinha, this drink owes its name to the heritage of the original and the origin of the baijiu spirit. Fruity, sharp and punchy with a long elegant finish.

Ingredients: Hong Kong Baijiu, Cachaca Abelha, peach, agave, bitters, togarashi

Princess of China

Delicate, floral and effervescent, this sparkling cocktail is an ideal way to begin, continue or end any encounter. A touch of class fit for royalty.

Ingredients: Hong Kong Baijiu, Cocchi Americano Rosa, rose, raspberry, kumquat, Veuve Clicquot

Handyman

Long and slightly carbonated drink with a silky texture and a berry fruit finish

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Ingredients: Milk Oolong Infused Absolute Elix, Orange Cider, Blackcurrant, Passion Fruit, Lemon, Edible Screw

Scan Me

A whisky sour twist, fruity and with a nutty finish

The barcode was invented by Norman J. Woodland and Bernard Silver in the US in 1952. It was based on Morse code that transpired to thin and thick bars. The barcode we know was first printed on a pack of chewing gum in 1974.

Ingredients: Michter's Bourbon, Manzanilla, Pomegranate Molasse, Maple, Egg White

Look No Hands

A very robust aperitif, with bitter notes and candied orange

The first person to 'get on their bike' was Karl Von Drais in 1817 with his self-designed two-wheeled vehicle. However it had no pedals. Decades later, Scotsman Kirkpatrick Macmillan changed all that with his pedal bicycle innovation, which propelled him into the history books.

Ingredients: Copper Dog Whisky, Gagliardo Triple See, IPA Reduction, Fernet-Branca