• The Diplomat Café introduces “Cocktails To-Go” service

    Stocking a range of small batch produced wines and vintage liquors, The Diplomat’s cocktail menu draws from the experience of influential state leaders, ambassadors, and historical figures. From 15th July 2020 onwards, The Diplomat Café will offer guests the option to take away cocktails in individual wax-sealed bottles.

    Pandan gin, white port, baking spice, clarified orange juice, and coconut juice make up Tarling (HK$500, serves 4), which cleverly mimics the rich, nutty profile of chocolate by combining Asian specialties pandan and coconut. Boulevardier (HK$600, serves 4), a cocktail with origins in Harry’s New York Bar in Paris and which loosely translates to “man-about-town”, features a classic combination of Wild Turkey rye, bourbon, Punt e Mes vermouth, and Campari bitter. Our Negroni(HK$550, serves 4), bitter and balanced, is a surefire customer favourite. John’s latest cocktail creation, the Blinker Highball (HK$600, serves 4) is a fruity and balanced mix of bonded raspberry rye, Austrian bitter, unripe grapes, celery and grapefruit soda.