RED SUGAR LAUNCHES “DRINK PINK” IN HONOUR OF
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH THIS OCTOBER
Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong’s popular rooftop cocktail bar, Red Sugar, has joined hands with internationally acclaimed mixologist – Antonio Lai to create a special cocktail menu “Drink Pink” to serve four delicious pink cocktails with a very important message of supporting the cause for breast cancer awareness in the month of October. Since 1994, breast cancer has become the top cancer type among women in Hong Kong and fortunately if detected early it has a close to 90% survival rate. Red Sugar invites guests to join the international movement to raise awareness and a glass to this worthy cause. 10% of sales on these pink cocktails will be donated to Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation to help contributing for the research of the cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure for the disease.
Red Sugar’s very own bartender Simon Kwong clashed ideas with Antonio Lai on some very interesting pink spirits to create four vibrant libations to in all shades of pink to make this mission of hope delicious. Indeed, there is never a wrong time for a tasty cocktail, here are some of the most delicious ways to drink pink:
Think Pink – Presented in an exclusive Hennessey glass, this elegant concoction features esteemed ingredients such as yuzu and hibiscus tea that are known to be good for longevity, on top of being delicious.
Pink Is In The Air – An aromatic drink that bursts strawberry and kiwi with a fluffy foam that ooze a luring fruity scent. Cointreau orange-flavored liqueur and Belvedere vodka give the drink a nice texture, too.
All Clear – This pretty pink cocktail is the perfect starter of any night. Attractive pink color from the newly launched pink gin by Gordon. The refreshing citrus flavour thanks to fresh grapefruit juice that is gently stir to perfection.
el Pecho – A robust agave cocktail that is refreshingly bold! Shaken with fresh watermelon juice and coconut water on bespoke Casanigos tequila and agave. The cute clay cup is packed with all the delicious ingredients that contain high antioxidants.
Guest Shift with Antonio Lai
Acclaimed mixologist – Antonio La, well known for the pioneer of molecular mixology, will join hands with Red Sugar’s very own bartender – Simon Kwong to mix their crafts at Red Sugar.
Friday, 9 October, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm.
Cocktail Masterclass by Antonio Lai
Everything about this experience is designed to make guests feel truly special with a beautiful cause to support breast cancer awareness (60% of fee will be donated to Breast Cancer Foundation).
Discover Antonio Lai’s expert cocktail making secrets and learn about the skills to create the perfectly balanced pink cocktails: Master the free pour/ Learn to shake and stir a cocktail/ The art of layering/ Practice muddling/ Strain properly. Each participant will enjoy all 4 of the Pink Drinks they craft in this class on our popular garden rooftop afterwards!
Saturday, 10 October, 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Operating Hours: Sunday and Thursday: 4 p.m. – 12 midnight
Friday and Saturday: 4 p.m. – 1 a.m.
Address: Level 7, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Telephone: +852 2252 5281
About Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong
Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong brings a dynamic approach to hospitality to the shores of Victoria Harbour. The first new build hotel to open on the Kowloon waterfront in over two decades, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong is the city’s first urban resort for visitors and local residents, offering trend setting food and beverage concepts, leisure activities, business and meeting services, as well as extensive sports and wellness programs.
Set on Hung Hom Bay, the 16-storey hotel was conceived by renowned interior designer Andre Fu and award-winning architect Rocco Design. The design takes full advantage of its waterfront setting with a multi-level podium space with extensive elevated outdoor landscaped gardens connecting seamlessly to the hotel’s public leisure areas.
The five-star urban resort is a vibrant hub for travellers and local residents seamlessly integrating with the neighbourhood and local culture.