Top HK bars offering bottled cocktails for delivery

With another 14 days of the forced closure of bars and pubs in Hong Kong, it is not only torture for bar owners but also for thirsty drinkers, who are itching for their favourite cocktails. Fortunately, some bars have swiftly turned to selling bottled cocktails for takeaway. Here’s where you can find them.

Trio Negroni

COA, The Wise King, and Tell Camellia have released a series of three signature Negronis in bottles. COA’s Caffeinated Negroni contains gin, mezcal, coffee, Campari, and Mancino Vermouth Rosso; Tell Camellia’s signature Darjeeling Negroni is made with its Darjeeling gin, Campari, and Mancino Vermouth Rosso, while The Wise King’s Washed Negroni is a concoction of gin, Biancosarti, and Mancino Vermouth Bianco. Each bottle (500ml) is priced at HK$500. If you are getting the set, it is available for HK$1,350.

The three bars have also launched other packaged cocktails. For example, COA has created a canned cocktail in partnership with Young Master.

You can place the order by contacting the team via their social media account.

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