Cocktail Deliveries When You’re Too Lazy to Go Out at Night

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Cocktail Deliveries in Singapore When You’re Too Lazy to Go Out at Night

The thing about drinking outside is you must stay sober — or at least tell yourself that you are — at some point because you still have to worry about getting home in one piece. This won’t be a problem if you’re with a group and you have a designated “caretaker” to drive you home, but the case is different when you’re alone. Sure, you can hail a cab, but won’t it be more convenient (and safe) to drink to your heart’s content then crawl into bed right after? If you think that’s a great idea, we recommend ordering your cocktails for delivery at these Singapore stores.


The Secret Mermaid

Drink like a mermaid with The Secret Mermaid’s classic and modern cocktails. Try their Passionfruit Daiquiri, Cucumber Gimlet, or Sakura Lemonade for S$20 or their Devil In The Details (Appleton white rum with dragon fruit), Sandor (named after Sandor Clegane from “Game of Thrones”), or Lime Leaf G&T for S$25. If you want premium spirits to add a level of depth and complexity to your drink, you can also try their Negroni, Coffee Boulevardier, Hanky Panky, or Peated Rosemary Manhattan for S$40.

Feel like drinking a cocktail every week? You can join their subscription service for S$50 and receive two new cocktail pouches (good for four servings) crafted by their bar team. Delivery is free of charge, and you’ll receive your cocktails every Thursday between 2 PM and 6 PM.

Island-wide delivery is available daily from 5 PM to 9 PM (last order at 7 PM) for S$15, or free if you order S$100 and above. Same-day deliveries require a four-hour notice.

MO BAR

Jumping from rank 45 in 2021 to rank eight in Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2022 list, you’re sure to get only the best cocktails from Mandarin Oriental Singapore’s MO BAR. For S$20, you can enjoy a 140-millilitre bottle of the following cocktails:

  • Anko (gin, sencha, and azuki)
  • Annona (gin, soursop, and pandan)
  • Boulevardier (bourbon, Campari, and sweet vermouth)
  • Lap Sang (whisky, lapsang souchong, and longan honey)
  • Manhattan (whisky and sweet vermouth)
  • Nostalgia (cognac, banana, and salted caramel)
  • Satay by the Bay (gun, bitters, and satay)

You can also order a cocktail gift box containing three bottles for S$58. Delivery charge is at S$20, with free delivery for a minimum purchase of S$150. Available from 11 AM to 8:30 PM.

Gudsht

Need something more budget-friendly? This pandemic-born bar and bistro’s cocktails may be the right choice for you. Gudsht made a name with not only their brand name but also the name of its cocktails, not to mention the fancy bottle packaging!

Try their Unicorn Barf, Red Sangrila Utama, Deeznuts, Rita’s Marga, Cheng Tng Gao, Pink Lemon Barley, or Keekapow for S$15 (120ml), S$29 (300ml), or S$48 (600ml). If you’re a fan of bubble tea, don’t miss their Mao Cha — a classic milk tea beverage infused with Japanese Single Grain Whisky — for S$20. If you want to try all cocktail flavours, they have bundles of four or six. Visit their website to read detailed descriptions about their cocktails, including Nose, Taste, Finish, and recommended home serve.

Delivery is at S$5 per location from 12 PM to 10 PM with no minimum order fee. Order before 8 PM for next-day delivery.

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