Now that everyone’s home, most bars in Singapore have had no choice but to close temporarily. But, just because their shutters are down doesn’t mean their cellar doors and alcohol cabinets are closed.
These bars in Singapore are all ready to send over some of their cocktails to your doorstep for those nights when you just want to loosen up a little. Even if you’re not feeling wound up, these cocktails would make great additions to any intimate family celebrations at home.
We’ve rounded up 18 bars in Singapore that are delivering their cocktails islandwide during the circuit breaker!
Singapore tends to get disgustingly hot at times, and we all hate the feeling of having to walk around in the sweltering heat. However, there is a simple remedy to this problem — a good cocktail.
There is something oh-so-satisfying about sipping on a cocktail while resting in the shade far away from the tropical heat, so we have here a list of 11 summer cocktails to save you from Singapore’s high levels of humidity.
Know your cocktails well, so that you won’t stumble the next time you place an order.
The number of cocktail bars in Singapore has been increasing stealthily to meet the growing community of discerning drinkers. These bars are more often than not a hole-in-the-wall and you probably would have overlooked them in the day. An unassuming camouflaged entrance seems almost deliberate to ward off those who did not put in the extra effort to scout for the gateway to divine cocktails.
While classics such as Old Fashioned and Manhattan have been on every bar’s menu since our granny’s times, a new wave of Asian-fusion exotic selections, such as Kuvo’s prawn noodles cocktail and Bitters & Love’s crowd-pleaser kaya toast cocktail, has entered Singapore’s burgeoning bar scene in the recent years.
These unorthodox concoctions are the brainchild of Singaporean bartenders who have not forgotten their roots. The unique alcoholic beverages truly deserve extra commendation for overcoming the near-impossible uphill task of integrating local flavours into delicious cocktails.
Here is our guide to 8 interesting cocktails with a local twist in Singapore that you should try!
A classic cocktail is defined as a cocktail that originated before the end of Prohibition in the United States in 1934. As with most cocktails, the origins are hazy, and many (recipes) have since evolved over the years with each bartenders’ rendition. One thing remains: the most important factor of a classic cocktail is quality.
Have you ever thought about what goes into that drink in your hand? What defines a classic cocktail? How do you differentiate a classic cocktail from cocktails?
This beginners guide to classic cocktails explains some of the most classic cocktails from six main spirits—brandy, gin, rum, tequila, vodka and whiskey.