Top drinks in the Asian media

8th July, 2014 by Rupert Millar

Bourbon

scmp_18jun14_fe_hollywood4_nora8734_copyWriting in 48 Hours, Charley Lanyon took a look at the use of bourbon in Hong Kong’s increasingly lively cocktail scene.

He wrote: “It is enjoying a sophisticated revival as bars the world over embrace its smooth, smoky flavour” and, he added, “Hong Kong’s drinkers and bartenders are, as usual, hot on the heels of the trend.”

Looking at bourbon-based cocktails both classic and reinvented, he suggests the best bars to get your bourbon “fix”, including Salon No 10, Duddell’s, 208 Duecento Otto, Chachawan, Fatty Crab HK and 001, in particular the bourbon Manhattan in Duddell’s and 208’ Derby and Hong Kong Style (pictured) at Duecento Otto.

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