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The 6 cocktails you must try!

Gummy Flower

We use the throwing technique to make this drink, which involves straining a cocktail mix from one tin into another through a long pour. This cocktail is made up of Gin, Cointreau (orange liqueur), homemade berry purée, freshly squeezed lemon juice, and meringue that is made with Hyuuga’s rose geranium essential oil. To get the full experience of this drink, we smell the floral aroma of the geranium, then taste the fruity and tarty finish.

Cavemen Sling

The word sling is derived from the German schlingen, which means “to swallow”. A sling is made with Gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, Angostura bitters, and soda water in its modern form. You may have heard of the Singapore Sling, which was invented by bartender Mr. Ngiam Tong Boon at Raffles Hotel at-the-turn-of-the-century. The Singapore Sling is a Gin Sling version that includes Grand Marnier, cherry liqueur, herbal liqueur, pineapple juice, lime juice, bitters, and club soda. Balestier was once known for palm sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg, so the Cavemen Sling is a reflection of Balestier. It’s made with Hokkaido Snow Beef fat washed rum as the base, Frangelico, Benedictine, lime juice, brown sugar, nutmeg powder, cinnamon powder, milk, and soda.

Moonlight Serenade

This cocktail’s name comes from the Cantonese song “Yue Ban Xiao Ye Qu”. We want to infuse the song’s passion into the cocktail, making whoever drinks it to feel  the full and warmth in their hearts while also helping them forget about their worries. This cocktail is a smash. If you’re unfamiliar with what a “smash” cocktail is, they are short drinks that gently intensify a shot of liquor with complementary flavours. It is made with Hyuuga’s Ylang Ylang infused Whiskey, lemon, orange, mint leaves, and homemade cucumber shrub. In case you don’t know, a shrub is a non-alcoholic syrup made of a combination of concentrated fruits, aromatics, sugar, and vinegar.

Nectar

The name of the cocktail is derived from a drink from the Olympian gods. The sacred drink of the Olympian gods was known as nectar. It had the mystical ability to grant immortality to those who had the luck to drink it.

“Hope you are feeling lucky to be able to have a taste of this drink”.

This cocktail is made with dark Rum, homemade Champagne Greek pamalate, sugar, lime juice and soda. Since this drink is on the sour side, we used DeGroff light syrup, which is made up of sugar, honey, and lime zest, to coat the glass.

Ryokan

The name is derived from a type of traditional Japanese inn. In this cocktail, you will be able to find Japanese ingredients. This is a spirit forwarded cocktail, and if you’re unfamiliar with the word, it’s a cocktail made with a base spirit and a modifier of vermouth or another fortified wine like sherry, quinquina, or port. This cocktail is made with Bourbon as the base, Campari, Talisker and Vermouth. This Vermouth contains smoked kombu which has a pleasant umami flavour, smoked thyme, and Shimeji mushroom which has a hint of nutty flavour. Those who enjoy strong cocktails, this drink is for you!

Passion Rita

This cocktail is similar to a Margarita, but with a twist. This cocktail is made with Tequila, lime, passionfruit purée, basil, and a touch of lemon zest. This is a cool ice blended drink that is ideal for a hot day.

Zack

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