Shaking Things Up At Home
WINE&DINE|May - June 2020
Shaking Things Up At Home
Hitting the bars may be out of the picture for now, but for cocktail lovers, the gamut of options means that home-drinking has never looked quite so promising, nor so tinged with feel-good #savefnbsg vibes. Here are our top picks for hunkering down in style with.
Mia Chenyze

Jigger & Pony Group

The mighty Jigger & Pony Group has lined up an anthology of 27 heavy hitters from across its directory of cocktail bars, which means you get to feed your #fomo and also save on delivery fees. Prices are kept deliciously affordable too; retailing at $30, each cocktail pouch is good for two serves, and comes with a full set of fancy garnishes. Yes, that means your order of Jigger’s Madame President comes with Campari lollies; the Gibson with the whole entourage of pickled and smoked condiments... you get the picture. And if you’ve always aspired to order the punch bowl someday, here’s your chance: The team will divvy up and deliver the King Ferdinand Punch Bowl ($200, maximum of four portions/locations) to get your virtual party going.

Barbary Coast

As it is, between the Circuit Breaker and #savefnbsg, there are reasons aplenty to give yourself a treat. But if you really need another solid reason to order from Barbary Coast, well, it’s also a pioneer in launching a pay-it-forward supper initiative to feed the F&B industry. Take-home cocktails come in 375ml formats, priced from $45 and good for three to four serves, with choices such as Buttered Paloma (brown butter-washed tequila needs to be a thing) and the spirit-forward Passepartout of Hendrick’s Orbium and Yarrow Flower Noilly Prat. Another bonus: The restaurant bar is open for takeaways and deliveries right up till 11.30pm, Monday through Saturday.


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May - June 2020