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The best bottled cocktail delivery and takeaway options to try in Hong Kong

Booze stash running low, or missing your favourite cocktails from Hong Kong’s top bars? Despite the strict lockdown rules in place you can indeed still get your artisanal cocktail fix — try these bottled cocktails and special takeaway drinks for size. From large format martinis at The Diplomat to specially curated classic cocktails with a twist by acclaimed bartenders around town, there are takeaway and delivery options to suit all tastes and addresses.

The Diplomat

John Nugent’s Central speakeasy is perhaps as well documented for slinging delicious (if teeny) martinis and creative cocktails as its addictive pub grub, and fans can now order from a menu of large-format bottles to take home. Get in on bar signatures such as the Tarling (HK$500/four serves), a clear mix of Pandan-infused gin, white port, baking spice, clarified orange juice and coconut juice, or the new Blinker Highball (HK$600/four serves) features bonded raspberry rye, Austrian bitters, unripe grapes, celery and grapefruit soda — a punchy drink that’s sure to be popular during these hot summer days. Call ahead or reach out via social media to order.

Available for takeaway only.

The Diplomat, Shop 1, LG/F, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3619 0302

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

The Mandarin Oriental’s Cocktails To-Go menu makes hotel mixologist Slamet Haryadi’s best-loved concoctions available for delivery or takeaway at The Mandarin Cake Shop. Choose from six favourites such as the Coffee Negroni, Barrel Aged Negroni or the M Old Fashioned, which are each available at HK$598 per 500m bottle, which makes for about five serves. Each order comes with a signature bar snack so you can enjoy your post-work quencher the MO way. See the menu here.

Available for takeaway and delivery. Free delivery available with minimum order of HK$1,200 for Hong Kong Island; with HK$150 additional charge for Kowloon and Southern District. Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance.

Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 2825 4000

Ja! Cocktails

Founded by two friends and drinking buddies who wanted to promote a more inclusive space for casual drinkers to try new beverages, Ja Cocktails is newly soft-launching this summer in Hong Kong,  serving up a vibrant array of bar quality cocktails fit for any occasion. Teaming up with seasoned local mixologist Lok Gurung, each bottle features premium spirits and natural sweeteners with no artificial colours or preservatives. Currently available are margarita, cosmopolitan, old fashioned and bramble cocktails, bottled up in eye-catching designs and sold in packs of four, with each bottle serving two. Shop here.

Available for free delivery across Hong Kong. 

The Wise King

Known for its strong tipples and innovative mixology, The Wise King is serving up a brand new menu of bottled cocktails, exclusively for takeaway. Negroni lovers will want to try the Mandarino Negroni, which pairs dry vermouth with Mandarinetto Isolabella, Hong Kong’s homegrown N.I.P. gin and Rinomato Americano Bianco. The Pickled Margarita also adds some savouriness to the classic cocktail, using bay leaf-infused Reposado tequila, mezcal and pickled beetroot shrub for a smoky, punchy kick. Cocktails are HK$500 for 500ml (about five serves). Order via Whatsapp at +852 6258 1344 or reach out via social media.

Available for takeaway and delivery.

The Wise King, Basement, 25 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong

Tell Camellia

Tea specialist bar Tell Camellia is serving up its loose leaf-infused cocktail concoctions by the bottle, with menu stalwarts on offer such as the T-Tonic in an array of flavours (try the new lychee and summer fruits) and the Australia — a delicious, comforting blend of yalamagi rain tea, tim tams, koala munchies and whisky, which tastes like a grown-up version of an after-school snack. Perhaps to the dismay of the bar’s many followers, we’ll have to wait until bars open back up for Tell Camellia’s levitating cocktails to resurface. Cocktails are available in 200ml and 500ml sizes, priced at HK$250 and HK$500 respectively. Get in touch with the bar via social media for details.

Available for takeaway and delivery.

Tell Camellia, LG/Floor, H Code, 45 Pottinger Street, Central, Hong Kong


If you’re missing Jay Khan’s Sheung Wan library of agave spirits, take comfort in knowing you can now purchase some of his favoured liquors and handcrafted concoctions all at Coa’s online shop to enjoy at home. Try the Mezcal Martinez, a riff on the precursor to the martini, using the agave spirit instead of Old Tom gin; a dangerously smooth and sweet Coconut Milk Punch made with overproof rum and tamarind; or the canned iteration of one of Coa’s popular signatures, the La Paloma — created together with Young Master Ales. Cocktails are HK$288–388 for 250ml (four serves per bottle), with a cocktail flight with all four varieties also available at HK$1,050. Shop here.

Available for takeaway and delivery across Hong Kong, except to Outlying Islands. Free shipping with minimum order of HK$700, otherwise HK$70 flat rate delivery charge will be applied.

Coa, LG/F, Wah Shin House, 6-10 Shin Hing Street, Central, Hong Kong

Caprice Bar

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Polish up the cut crystal tumblers and some good ice for a sip of the Four Seasons Hong Kong’s signature cocktail offering — the Caprice Negroni (HK$355). An impeccably smooth and fragrant twist on the classic thanks to the use of Citadelles gin — which hails from the Cognac region; French sweet vermouth and a mix of Amer Picon and Campari for that punch of citrus bitterness to balance it out. A 200ml bottle serves two — add an orange wedge or rosemary sprig to spruce it up for date night. Each order comes with a bar snack of flavoured almonds and olives. Shop here.

Available for delivery and takeaway at the Pop-up Pastry Shop at the hotel lobby. Delivery available at an additional HK$200 for Hong Kong Island, HK$300 for Kowloon and HK$500 for New Territories.

Caprice Bar, Four Seasons Hong Kong, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3196 8882

Lai Ba x Bar in a Bottle Hong Kong

Bottled cocktail concept Lai Ba has teamed up with leading beverage purveyors Metagroup and six of Hong Kong’s leading mixologists to create a series of artisanal drinks (HK$599/six cocktails) — essentially making for a spectacular bar crawl across Hong Kong’s top venues, right in your own home. The handcrafted limited collection features one-off recipes such as a beeswax-infused bourbon and eucalyptus concoction by The Old Man’s Agung Prabowo; A silky boulevardier by 8 ½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana’s Devender Sehgal that benefits from the unique addition of coconut oil; or a rich, hibiscus-centred floral gin cocktail by The Pontiac’s Beckaly Franks and more — each in single-serve 90ml sizes. Shop here.

Available for delivery, with free shipping on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with minimum order of HK$800; New Territories, Discovery Bay, Tung Chung and Ma Wan for a minimum HK$1,000 spend. Otherwise, delivery fees are HK$150 for Hong Kong Island & Kowloon; HK$250 for New Territories, Discovery Bay, Tung Chung and Ma Wan. Pre-order at least seven days in advance.

Room 309

While not exactly unleashing bottled cocktails, Room 309 has partnered with Hong Kong’s Two Moons Distillery to craft a limited edition Five Flowers Tea Dry Gin (HK$600/700ml). Named after the traditional herbal tea remedy found across Guangdong region, the gin is said to be inspired by quintessential Hong Kong flavours. Sip it neat, top with ice and tonic or experiment with your favourite mixers and liqueurs — now’s the perfect time to hone your home bartending skills, after all. Shop here.

Available for delivery across Hong Kong with HK$50 surcharge.

Room 309, 3/F The Pottinger Hong Kong, 74 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong


Also part of Tastings Group together with sister venue Room 309, Origin is offering a slew of re-distilled gins ready for you to serve at home with your favourite mixers. Try the latest edition, Passionfruit & Yuzu gin (HK$420/500ml), which can be topped up with tonic, or shaken up with lemon juice, simple syrup and finished with soda for a simple Passionfruit 75 — a tropical version of the French 75.

Available for free delivery across Hong Kong with a minimum order of HK$500, otherwise HK$40 flat rate delivery charge will be applied.

Origin, G/F, 48 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2668 5583

The Old Man

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Hong Kong’s top bar (currently number two on Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2020) is spinning up some of its best-loved signatures for takeaway: Order from a range including the rich, sweet Garden of Eden #1985, featuring rotovap honeydew rye whiskey, goat milk bourbon, caramelised sauterne cordial; or the savoury and briny A Moveable Feast #1964, made with sea-flavoured vodka and spiced cherry tomato. Alternatively, a duo of ‘Hemingway’s Favourites’ are also on the menu, featuring a guava negroni and a clear old fashioned. Bottled cocktails are HK$500/500ml; HK$700/700ml, with a limited edition of ‘Hemingway Series’ collectible bottles (pictured) also available at HK$1,500 for four bottles; HK$2,000 for five. See menu here. Order via Whatsapp at +852 6201 5855 or via social media.

Available for takeaway and delivery. Free delivery available with minimum order of HK$1,000 for Hong Kong Island, HK$1,500 Kowloon, HK$3,500 Lantau and Outlying Islands.

The Old Man, LG/F, 37-39 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2703 1899


Looking for an opulent touch to your weekend tipple? Check out Darkside’s offering, with fully customised bottled cocktails created by Rosewood Hong Kong’s beverage consultant Giancarlo Mancino. They’re exquisite editions of classics, including the Cognac Old Fashioned made with Godeau Cognac; the 50/50 Martini featuring Xellent Swiss Gin; and the Easy Negroni, also featuring the Swiss gin. Bottles are sold in 100ml and 350ml formats, with a trio of single serves available for HK$458. 

Available for takeaway/purchase at Butterfly Patisserie.

Butterfly Patisserie, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, +852 3891 8888

Bar de Luxe

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If you’re looking to bring Ueno Hidetsugu’s superlative bar experience home, look to Bar de Luxe’s Home Series Cocktail offerings, which run the gamut of some of its signature drinks, as well as a new exclusive cocktail created with frequent collaborator Noblesse Group. The ‘Unwind’ pairs premium green tea umeshu with elderflower liqueur and gin for a richly satisfying and aromatic tipple, perfect after a long day. Cocktails are available in three sizes: 125ml, 250ml or 500ml (HK$140–560). Order via phone at +852 3706 5716, by Whatsapp at +852 9615 2311 or email bdl@attire-house.com.

Available for takeaway or delivery. Free delivery with minimum order of HK$600 for Hong Kong Island and HK$1,200 for Kowloon.

Bar de Luxe, 30/F, 8 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3706 5716

The Poet Bar

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The Poet Bar is one of SoHo’s latest additions, opening at the start of the year yet retaining a relatively low profile thanks to its non-descript doorway even on prime Staunton Street. With a 001 alum as head bartender, The Poet is bringing its stylish speakeasy vibes to your home with its signature and classic cocktail offerings in sleek, wax sealed bottles. Try the ‘Prove Them Wrong’, a heart-warming cocktail made with raisin-infused rum and sherry. They’re sold in single serve bottles that are simply too good-looking to not repurpose into a mini vase or your own home cocktail shaking kit. Order via Whatsapp at +852 9880 1550.

Available for takeaway

The Poet Bar, G/F, 13 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 9880 1550

Shady Acres

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Whether you need some hair of the dog on a Sunday or a crushable boozy juice to beat the heat, Shady Acres brings its spirited, easygoing energy with the return of its to-go and local delivery menu. Aside from ordering edible hits such as the Impossible burger and chicken sandwich, you’ll want to pair it with their bottled classic cocktails — available in 400ml or 750ml sizes perfect for sharing (or hoarding, we won’t judge). There’s the signature Retrograde Lemonade (HK$160/220), a crowd-pleasing vodka concoction with a few vitamins thanks to a healthy load of ginger and apple; as well as bar staples such as gin or vodka martinis (HK$210/290), negronis (HK$210/290), and of course, the bloody mary (HK$150/200). Highballs, beers and wines are also available. See menu here; Order via Whatsapp at +852 9176 7500.

Available for takeaway or local neighbourhood delivery.

Shady Acres, 46 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 9176 7500


Part of the #BringZumaHome experience, you can now order from Zuma’s tasty Japanese-inspired cocktails to pair with dinner. Try the Rubabu (HK$80), a Rhubarb-infused sake mixed with tart passionfruit and vodka; the Honda negroni (HK$80), a boozy yet lighter twist on the classic with shiso-infused gin, sweet vermouth, campari and umeshu; or the all new Yuzu Highball (HK$150), which pairs Nikka coffey grain whisky nicely with yuzu, apple and arriving chilled and carbonated for the perfect post-work reviver. Cocktails arrive in 125ml single serves. Order via Whatsapp at +852 5502 9034; by calling +852 3657 6388 or by email to info@zumarestaurant.com.hk.

Available for takeaway or delivery for minimum orders over HK$500. Delivery available only on Hong Kong Island, from Hong Kong University to Happy Valley.

Zuma, 5-6/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong, +852 3657 6388

Dragon Water

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Looking to fend off that ‘Quarantine 15’ with some lighter choices for food and drink? Enter Dragon Water, a recently launched collection of canned spiked spritzers by craft beer brewers Double Haven Brewery, based in Fo Tan. Each can is only 110 calories, low sugar, sodium-free and gluten-free, and clocking at an ABV of 4.5 percent — meaning they’re great to sip all afternoon long. With crisp, refreshing flavours such as Black Raspberry and Cucumber Watermelon, they’re just the thing to cure those sad summer days cooped up at home — or to schlep to the beach or junk trip on a hot day once lockdown restrictions ease up. HK$480 for a 24-pack. Shop at various drinks retailers city-wide or online

Available for purchase in-store or free delivery across Hong Kong (except Outlying Islands and Discovery Bay) with purchase of a 24-pack or more.

Feather & Bone 

Prepping for a special dinner at home? Chances are you’re shopping for your chops, cheeses and charcuterie at Feather & Bone, and if all you’re missing is a great drink, be sure to pick up a few NIO premium hand-mixed cocktails along the way. These pre-batched cocktails (HK$98/single serve) have all the classics covered, from Daiquiris to Tommy’s Margarita — just pour over ice and serve with citrus slices and herbs for an identical bar experience right in your living room. Feather and Bone also stocks an array of classic cocktails by Lai Ba, which are definitely worth trying as well. Shop here.

Available for purchase in-store or free delivery with minimum purchase of HK$500, otherwise HK$100 flat rate delivery charge will be applied.

Feather & Bone, various locations including G/F, 18 Gage Street, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2325 8570

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Evelyn Lok
Managing Editor
When not trying out the latest beauty and wellness trends, Evelyn is likely enjoying a perfectly balanced negroni or exploring some of Hong Kong's best new places to eat and drink. At Lifestyle Asia she covers everything from the biggest events in town to interviews with Hong Kong specialists, with topics spanning art, food and drink, health, tech, and travel.