5 Auspicious Tipples To Ward Off The Post CNY Blues

Festive withdrawals begone! Party like it’s still the holidays with these delectable cocktails!

Fifteen days is hardly ever enough – we know. And just like that, the Chinese New Year celebrations have come and gone. But you don’t have to go thirsty – god forbid! With ingredients like prosperous mandarin orange and mouth-watering pineapple, these heavenly cocktails will continue to bestow upon you with enough luck to last you to the next year. Always remember, fortune favours the hydrated! So chin up and drink up!


It doesn’t get any luckier than this. Aptly titled the North China, IB HQ’s signature cocktail lets you sip on liquid luck even if the new year is over. With the ultimate Chinese hallmark of prosperity, the bar’s classic scotch-based blood and sand drink is updated with mandarin orange, rosso, pandan and goji berry infusion.

IB HQ is located at 774A North Bridge Road, Singapore 198742


With a name as deliciously opulent as the Orient Negroni, this unfussed Aura Bar cocktail evokes and celebrates all that is excellent and exotic in the east. A delicate blend of barrel-aged Japanese whisky, this Negroni is layered with honey and citrus and even boasts woody and refreshingly bitter undertones.

Aura Bar is located in the National Gallery, 1 St Andrew’s Road, 06-02, Singapore 178957


Don’t let its name fool you, the Italian Summer is the perfect drink to prolong the celebrations. With its vivid reds – from ingredients like cheeky cherry, pomegranate and lemons from the Amalfi coast, Southbridge bar’s iconic gin and vermouth tipple will be sure to keep the post new year blues at bay!

Southbridge is located at 80 Boat Quay, Level 5 Rooftop, Singapore 049868


We don’t care what you say about this prickly juicy gem, but the pineapple is the ultimate fruit for wealth. And the Manhattan bar’s Tiki Apostle features just that. So bright, golden and yellow, it is a drink that even Midas would gladly succumb to. With a delicious bouquet that comprises of rum, hazelnut liqueur, champagne, lime, mint and of course pineapples, this cocktail is a mouthful.

Manhattan is located in the Regent Hotel Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Level 2, Singapore 249715


With a name that translates to energy and vitality, and with a glorious orange shade, Cin Cin’s Japanese inspired drink is a delicious concoction with bright refreshing notes. Using the famous bar’s own blend of green tea infused with gin, Prosecco, fresh lemon juice and yujacha, it goes down smooth, and then some.

Cin Cin is located in the Oasia Hotel Downtown, 100 Peck Seah Street, Level 1, 079333

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