With over 100 labels of gin sitting slick behind its counter, have a martini or gin and tonic your way at Cin Cin. Some recommended gins to try include the Del Gin Professore Madame ($17 glass, $200 bottle), The Corsair Steampunk ($22 glass, $300 bottle) and the Sipsmith VJOP (Very Junipery Over Proof) ($22 glass, $300 bottle). The characters of these gins are so unusual it’ll surprise even the most seasoned of gin drinkers.
Sometimes too much choice can be a burden, especially when there are 500 possible ways to construct a simple martini or G&T. Cin Cin simplifies things by having a list of 12 gin cocktails permanently on the menu. The Cin Cin ($20) is its take on the classic martini – made with Bulldog gin, Togarashi Infused Lillet Blanc, grapefruit bitters and garnished with a grapefruit peel – it’s crisp with a subtle note of heat that hits the back of the throat. For something fruity and refreshing, try the Sambucus Toxin ($25), made with No.3 London Dry gin, fresh lime juice, lychee purée, elderflower bitters and garnished with a mint bouquet and dried lime.
‘Happy Hour’ at Cin Cin takes place from 5 to 8pm daily, when you can enjoy one-for-one Cin Cin martinis, housepour beers and wines.
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#01-02 Oasia Hotel Singapore
100 Peck Seah Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu & Sun 5pm-midnight; Fri & Sat noon-1am|