Sip New Flavours
Whether you’re celebrating the end of a work week with whiskey, vintage wine, or a mocktail, there’re a ton of reasons to say cheers in Singapore.
It’s not just cocktail lovers who have good reasons to raise a glass in Singapore. Whether you’re looking to bond over bourbon, meet for a mocktail or indulge in bubble tea, Singapore is home to an array of drinks and beverages made by the finest baristas, mixologists and connoisseurs.
From traditional teas to world-class whiskeys, you’re bound to find a drink for every social occasion. Bottoms up!
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While Chinatown’s lantern-festooned streets are lined with old-school eateries, shops and places of worship, the district also boasts a whole range of world-famous bars, serving up some of our island’s finest cocktails that’re bound to expand your appreciation as an alcohol aficionado.
Jigger and Pony—which clinched the 2nd spot on the list of Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2021—boasts a menu of 24 classic cocktails, from martinis to the timeless Old Fashioned. With a welcoming, laid-back atmosphere, this bar is an oasis amid the buzz of the neighbourhood.
For a tipple that stretches the imagination, drop by Native for your next drink. Owner and trailblazing Vijay Mudaliar has made a name for himself with his creative concoctions, made with regionally sourced and foraged ingredients. Many of the tipples here are flavoured and infused with herbs and botanicals from the bar’s rooftop garden.
Book lovers looking for drinks that pay homage to a literary legend should pay a visit to The Old Man, named after famed novelist Ernest Hemingway. From whisky infused with honey brine and cheese wax to vodka with caviar, the cocktails here are bound to tickle your palate and stir your imagination.
What’s better than a cup of bubble tea? One that you’ve brewed yourself, of course.
Instead of just serving up this delicious beverage, the good folks at Tea Hee are teaching bubble tea fans how to make their own teas, beverages and desserts.
Once believed to have medicinal properties, gin was first brewed by monks and alchemists in Europe.
To learn more about the fascinating nuances of this alcohol, sign up for Brass Lion Distillery’s tour, which will take you through the creation process of Singapore’s first locally-crafted gin.
With an Art Deco interior that pays homage to America during the Roaring 20s, ATLAS promises a feast for both the eyes and the palate of drink connoisseurs.
You’ll find over 250 labels of champagne and more than 1,300 gins—some dating back to the 1910s—to hone your palate and tantalise your tastebuds
To learn about the history, flavours and culture behind tea drinking, sign up for the Shades of Tea workshop by Tea Chapter.
This comprehensive masterclass in tea appreciation will have you sampling half a dozen exquisitely-flavoured teas, from hong guan yin (fermented red tea) to white peony.
If you’re looking to unwind after a long work week, consider ordering in a couple of pints at Trouble Brewing. This local brewery boasts a range of lagers, ales and india pale ales that you can enjoy from the comfort of your living room.
Chow down on grilled delights and cocktails at this oasis within Gilman Barracks.
Indulge in tantalising modern fare and innovative cocktails at Tippling Club.
Indulge in plant-based cocktails at Analogue, a nature-themed oasis in the heart of the city.
Sink a hole in one with drinks and a mini-golf session.