Learn to Make Home Cocktails With Hong Kong’s Best Bars

It’s been a difficult year for many industries worldwide, and the F&B industry are no exception. Many bars have sadly closed down as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, but there’s a light at the end of the tunnel—the bars which have survived are planning ahead for better days which will include attractive happy hours, new cocktail menus, and even better hospitality. Looking to promote bars and bartenders across Hong Kong, Cocktail Library HK is an online platform which showcases the best drinking spots in the city—and videos on how to make the cocktails at home, whilst bars remain temporarily closed.

Dear Lilly | Image courtesy of Faye Bradley, Cocktail Library HK

About Cocktail Library HK

Launched in June 2020, Cocktail Library HK aims to showcase the best bars in Hong Kong and features weekly cocktail making videos, bar reviews, cocktail photo recipes, and bartender profiles. The platform is currently available on Instagram and all of the content is created in-house, including the videos, photos and writing. Cocktail Library HK has worked with renowned restaurants and bars from across the city including Dear Lilly, 11 Westside, J Boroski, Chi Chi Cham, Kagesha Lounge and more.

Each week, the team heads out to selected bars to shoot cocktail making videos for home bevvies. Followers can expect classics from the Old Fashioned to exclusive cocktails like Gulu Gulu’s Smurf Garden. Designed for beginners, the platform targets all levels and taste buds to cater for home celebrations.

Chi Chi Cham | Image courtesy of Faye Bradley, Cocktail Library HK

As one of the few brands launching new initiatives for local business promotion, Cocktail Library HK is an encouraging and exciting new concept for Hong Kongers to try new bars, cocktails, and even make your own cocktails at home. Follow their Instagram page for weekly updates and entertaining videos to make working-from-home a little more adventurous.

Ohana | Image courtesy of Faye Bradley, Cocktail Library HK

For enquiries, contact Cocktail Library HK at cocktaillibraryhk@gmail.com

Follow @cocktaillibraryhk on Instagram

Cha Siu Papers is managed by Faye Bradley, the founder of Cha Siu Papers Times.

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