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The best cocktails to Instagram in Hong Kong

We pick Hong Kong's most Instagram-worthy cocktails from the city's best bars – and remember, photo or it didn't happen

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Time Out Hong Kong
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Hong Kong is home to some of the best bars in the world, like The Old ManQuinary and Bar De Luxe. Whether you’re sipping drinks at one of Hong Kong’s best rooftop bars or a street-level nook in Central or Wan Chai, more often than not, some of the finest creations made by the city’s excellent bartenders just happen to be extremely photogenic too. Whether you’re chasing likes or just after a cocktail that looks as good as it tastes, we’ve got Hong Kong’s most Instagram-worthy drinks right here for you. Take a sip and get snap-happy!

RECOMMENDED: If you’re looking to photograph more than just drinks, visit Hong Kong’s most IG-worthy locations or picturesque housing estates.

Most Instagrammable cocktails in Hong Kong

  • Bars and pubs
  • Cocktail bars
  • Soho

Anything bubbly automatically screams Instagram-worth to us, so it's no wonder Quinary's bestseller Earl Grey Caviar Martini is on this list. The highly recommended cocktail is the perfect balance between sweet and sour, blending red apple juice, lime juice, and elderflower cordial topped with Earl Grey caviar and Early Grey tea air bubbles for its foamy decor.

Toyen at Dear Lily
Dear Lily

Toyen at Dear Lily

Inspired by the works of Czech avant-garde artist Toyen, this photogenic cocktail blends together vodka, bergamot liqueur, coconut syrup, fresh lime juice, egg white, and orange bitter. Shaken and garnished with blue sparkles, not only is the drink worth some intricate table placement for the 'gram, but your surroundings at Dear Lily are equally as jaw-dropping too.

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  • Restaurants
  • Contemporary Asian
  • Sheung Wan

Cleverly served from a coffee siphon, Dusk to Dawn is a gin-based cocktail infused with jasmine and ginger syrup, re-distilled oolong tea, yellow chartreuse, goji liqueur, citric acid, apple juice, elderflower syrup, and cold brew butterfly pea tea. This adorable purple cocktail is almost too pretty to drink – but definitely not too pretty for Instagram.

  • Bars and pubs
  • Cocktail bars
  • Central

Quite possibly Hong Kong’s most Instagrammed drink, not only does the KGB come served in a miniature bathtub, it comes complete with a little rubber ducky! It’s essentially a martini but made with Japanese Kyoho grape liqueur, lemon, lime and grape juices, and elderflower syrup. It comes finished with Kyoho grape tea air bubbles on top and ‘caviar’ bubbles at the bottom.

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Central

This treasure box is filled with an exotic take on a negroni. Housed inside is a blend of gin infused with lapsang tea, Campari, chocolate bitters, and red vermouth. The ornate box comes presented tableside in a curtain of smoke, making for a smokin’ and sultry sip. This is one top gun.

  • Bars and pubs
  • Cocktail bars
  • Central

This bowl of booze is served in half a globe and is good for eight to 12 people to share. It’s made with three kinds of rum, guava juice, pineapple juice, grapefruit juice, cinnamon, and a special vanilla and orgeat syrup. Oh, and it’s topped up with a whole bottle of brut champagne, because why not?

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Another flamboyant tiki drink that should get plenty of likes is this fruity libation inspired by a Hawaiian deity. It throws together dark rum, coconut rum, a special Mikey Colada mix, mango and passion mixed purée, and orgeat syrup. It packs a punch, and did we mention that it’s served in a whole pineapple too?

  • Bars and pubs
  • Cocktail bars
  • Central

This cocktail is a blend of Snow Leopard vodka, pineapple juice, passionfruit purée, lemon juice, French vanilla syrup, and Angostura aromatic bitters. There's also Early Bird's mate, Birds of a Feather, a blend two whiskies – peaty Talisker 10 and blended Ballantine’s – blueberry and pomegranate tea, thyme syrup, grapefruit juice, blueberry purée and malt essence. Both arrive served in delightful birdy vessels.

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