9 Unusual Cocktails in Singapore

Check out these unusual cocktails to heighten up your Friday night spirits!

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By delsar

Pina Colada, Long Island Ice Tea and Sex on the Beach are probably the most common cocktails you know you can order from most bars. Though they taste pretty great, why not check out these unusual cocktails to heighten up your Friday night spirits!

1. Bloody Your Own Mary

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At OverEasy, you get to customise your own Bloody Mary with the various condiments served alongside the drink. So you can mix the drink to your own liking.

Where: 541 Orchard Road, #01-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881
Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday – 11am to 12am, Friday – 11am to 1am, Saturday – 10am to 1am, Sunday – 10am to 12am
Contact Information: 6684 1453

2. Stylo Milo

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Milo is definitely one of Singaporean’s favourite childhood drink. Wait, actually we still love it even when we grow up. It’s obvious how much we love Milo. Just look at how Singaporeans reacted when we found out that we get free Milo thanks to Nathan Hartono. This ‘adult’ milo from Ding Dong is sure to cheer all of us up.

Where: 23 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069703
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday – 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 12am. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 6557 0189

3. Makgeolli Sampler Set

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Makgeolli is type of Korean rice wine. Joo Bar distilled their own makgeolli in house and added flavours to it. The makgeolli sampler set allows you to try all the flavours without deciding on just one. Drink them all. Check out our review for Joo Bar!

Where: 5 Tan Quee Lan Street, Singapore 188094
Operating Hours: Monday to Friday – 12pm to 2pm and 5.30pm to 12am, Saturday to Sunday – 5.30pm to 12am
Contact Information: 8138 1628

4. Tom Yum Martini

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This cocktail served at Maison Ikkoku Bar is strong! The different spices added into the drink married one another creating a perfect blend of a savoury martini.

Where: 20 Kandahar St, 1F, Singapore 198885
Operating Hours: Sunday to Thursday – 4pm to 1am, Friday to Saturday and PH Eve – 4pm to 2am
Contact Information: 6294 0078

5. Pipagao

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Another interesting creation form Ding Dong is Pipagao 枇杷膏 (herbal cough syrup) cocktail. I know this sounds weird to those who haven’t tried this medicine before, but Pipagao is probably one of the best tasting medicine ever. Now there’s a new way to consume this medicine to soothe your sore throat.

Where: 23 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069703
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday – 12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 12am. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 6557 0189

6. Laksa Cocktail

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Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall (what a hipster name) serves Laksa cocktail that is made with shrimp vodka. The drink is served alongside a couple of dim sums. Who knew dim sums and alcohol go well with one another? Ah Sam did.

Where: 60A Boat Quay, Singapore 049848
Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday – 6pm to 12am, Friday to Saturday – 6pm to 3am. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 6535 0838

7. Who Moved My Kueh?

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This interesting cocktail is created by Kite. Who Moved My Kueh? is a refreshing drink made with pandan vodka (infused in-house) and the kueh flavour will definitely linger on your palette.

Where: 53 Craig Rd #01-01, Singapore 089691
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Friday – 12pm to 2.30pm and 6pm to 12am, Saturday – 6pm to 12am, Sunday – 6pm to 10pm. Closed on Mondays.
Contact Information: 9729 7988

8. Chicken Soup for the Alcoholic Soul

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This savoury concoction created by Hopscotch was enhanced with the alcohol added. The whole combination of this drinks compliments well with each other making this an exceptionally amazing drink/soup.

Where: 28 Maxwell Rd, #01-04 Red Dot Traffic Building, Singapore 069120
Operating Hours: 4pm to 1am daily
Contact Information: 6327 4820

9. Moo Daeng Cocktail

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Moo Daeng means red pork in Thai, which is what we know as Char Siew. This drink served at Ah Sam Cold Drink Stall comes with a side of roasted char siew. The flavour created by the sip of cocktails and a bite of the meat is just so satisfying.

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Where: 60A Boat Quay, Singapore 049848
Operating Hours: Monday to Thursday – 6pm to 12am, Friday to Saturday – 6pm to 3am. Closed on Sundays.
Contact Information: 6535 0838