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08 Jun - 24 Jun

Limited-time cocktail by Two Moons Distillery x DOUBLESHOT by CUPPING ROOM

By Localiiz 8 June 2020

Event Information

START DATE 08 Jun 2020
END DATE 24 Jun 2020
1/F, Hilltop Plaza, 49 Hollywood Rd, Central

In celebration of World Gin Day falling on June 13th this year, Hong Kong’s first microdistillery, Two Moons have partnered up with trendy all-day drinking and dining concept DOUBLESHOT by CUPPING ROOM in Soho with a 2 week long pop-up event, curating limited-time gin cocktails with Two Moon’s Signature Dry Gin to promote local handcrafted spirits and honour the popular spirit.

Gin-lovers can head over to DOUBLESHOT by CUPPING ROOM to taste the newest Two Moon’s Signature Dry Gin cocktail creations. A total of 3 choices are available on the limited-time menu, including the G&T with a peachy twist Two Moons Tonic ($108), the fruity apricot-based Luna ($118), and the sweet orange flavoured Apollo Negroni ($128) for a bubble sensation. These special gin-spired cocktails will only be available for 2 weeks from 8th June to 24th June.

For those who want to meet the masterminds behind the spirit and the cocktails, Ivan Chang (Co-Founder of Two Moons Distillery), Dimple Yuen (Co-Founder and Head Distiller of Two Moons Distillery) and Jade Lau (Head Bartender of DOUBLESHOT by CUPPING ROOM) will be co-hosting a Bar Takeover Party on the last day of the offer period, 24th June, from 7 PM - 10 PM in celebration of Two Moons’ Signature Dry Gin earning the title of Hong Kong’s first gin to win a Silver Medal in the Hong Kong entity at the respected World Gin Awards 2020 as well!


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