Staycation means...

Summer… is all about sunshine, seeing new things and vacation! But, when the pandemic is here, vacation became Staycation. While on Staycation, let’s get chill and learn to be a HOMEtender with these amazing and straightforward cocktail recipes!

Make yourself a cocktail, Netflix on, Enjoy!

Bartending at home is not as difficult as you think. As long as you prepare the base and some simple ingredients, an excellent cocktail can be easily made. We have prepared a few good sets for you, so you can make your own cocktail with the least effort.

Here are FIVE cocktail recipes, from the simplest one to recipes created by professional bartenders. Serve yourself a cocktail, relax, and enjoy!

1. Heart of Asia

“Heart of Asia”, as the name said, has a plateful of Asian ingredients.

Backed up with Umenoyado Yuzu Shu

an excellent yuzu-infused sake – Yuzu and sake are both traditional

and remarkable ingredients f rom Japan.

Red dragon f ruit is f reshly pressed

and mix with the delicate and citrus Old Tom gin,

sweetened with homemade lemongrass honey,

touch up with a few sprays of Pandan leaf infused gin.

A rich and layered cocktail is created.


Haymay’s Old Tom Gin

Umenoyado Yuzu Shu

Homemade Lemon Grass Honey

Fresh Lemon Juice

Fresh Red Dragon Fruit

Old Tom Gin based Pandan

1/4 PC

2. Roasty Plum Fashioned

Umeshu is a homemade drink, which every family has there own recipe

and pass it from generation to generation

From grandmother to mother, 

From mother to the kids, 

and to the kids kids.

Just like Umeshu, 

Old fashioned is a popular and classic cocktail and 

also continue passing on to the next generation, 

adding on the Japanese image mixture in this cocktail.


Evan williams 1783 small batch kentucky straight bourbon whiskey
The Choya Single Year
Houji Chai Tea Liqueur
Cranberry juice
Honey syrup
Garnich With Mint, Orange peel cherry


3. Green Hornet



Name: Green Hornets
Bartender: Jason Lui 
(Assistant Head Mixologist from SKYE, the Park Lane Hotel)



Higa Zanpa White Awamori 

Hayman london dry gin

Suze liqueur

Vanilla Syrup



4. Martini

1. Add all ingredients to a mixing glass, and stir well.

2. Strain into a chilled Martini glass.

3. Snap over the oils from lemon zest and garnish with a green olive for the best of both.

“Shaken, not stirred” is a catchphrase of Ian Fleming’s fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond and describes his preference for the preparation of his martini cocktail. The classic dry gin martini is iconic and the world’s most famous cocktail, made of gin, vermouth, and an olive or lemon garnish is a truly classic cocktail. However, for those who prefer a hint more sweetness, a perfect martini uses equal amounts of sweet and dry vermouth. Finally, a dirty martini includes a splash of olive brine for a saltier, more savoury taste.


Hayman’s London Dry Gin

Guerin French Vermouth Dry White

Orange Bitters


5. Catmurai Premixed-Cocktail

Premixed by a famous bartender. The spirit of the bartender is passed by adding an ice to the drink.

  • Catmurai Cocktail Black Old Fashioned

With the aged Bourbon whiskey as base spirit, adding herbal liqueur, vermouth and orange bitters. Full of fruitiness and refreshing.

  • Catmurai Cocktail Shiso Old Fashioned

With the aged Bourbon whiskey as base spirit, adding Shiso plum liqueur, orange bitters and present a summer sensation.

  • Catmurai Cocktail Chestnut Old Fashioned

With the aged Bourbon whiskey as base spirit, adding chestnut liqueur, ginger liqueur and various bitters. Resulting a sweet and complex palate.

 Simply Fill a glass with ice cube and pour in Catmurai, then serve a twist of orange peel. its the simplest way to enjoy the master piece.


Catmurai Cocktail

Icu Cube

Orange Peel



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