These Alcohol Delivery Services In Hong Kong Will Bring The Bar To You
Get the sake, whiskey and conversation flowing with a delivery from Sunday's Grocery. Exclusive to Deliveroo, you'll find Yardbird favourites like the Sunday's Junmai, Sunday's Nigori and Sunday's NAS Malt & Grain whisky, as well as a fine curated selection of wines, beers and spirits. Kanpai!
Find out more at deliveroo.hk
The Bottle Shop
Tired of the same old? You're sure to find your new favourite wine, spirit or beer in The Bottle Shop's eclectic collection, which features some beautiful bottles and unique pours that you won't find elsewhere else in Hong Kong. They also have a solid selection of snacks and glassware.
Find out more at thebottleshop.hk
Black Sheep Go
If you're missing a night of good food and wine while restaurants are temporarily closed for dinner, Black Sheep has made it easy to enjoy the experience at home with their app, Black Sheep Go. Elevate your home delivery game with some of your favourite dishes from all—yes, we mean ALL—of their restaurants, as well as some pretty great drink offers. The wine list from Stazione Novella, for example, features bottles not sold anywhere else in the city. They're also delivering highball kits from Fukuro, Hotal Colombo and Ho Lee Fook.
Find out more at blacksheeprestaurants.com
Curated by founder Elliot Faber, who received the 'Sake Samurai' award from the Japan Sake Brewers Association Junior Council - an honour less than 100 foreigners have received - Sake Central has arguably one of the most impressive sake collections in Hong Kong. But more than just sake, you'll find Sunday's Spirits, some fantastic whiskies, shochu and more.
Find out more at sake-central.com
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If you consider yourself a lover of sake, you'll appreciate the lengths that the team behind Sakeden have gone to procure small batch and hand-crafted artisanal sake. They've travelled off the beaten path to discover unique breweries in Japan that previously had no export market - meaning many of the sakes on offer have never been available in Hong Kong, until now.
Find out more at sakeden.com
Liquidz has been bringing the party to Hong Kong homes since it was founded in 2009. Whether you're thirsty for quality liquors and spirits or fine wines and champagne, you'll find the best brands here at duty-free prices.
Find out more at liquidz.com.hk
The Tramline Liquor Co.
This friendly neighbourhood liquor store at the end of the tram line in Kennedy town was opened by two brothers, and stocks a well-rounded selection kf. new and old world wines, spirits and craft beer. Tramline Liquor Co. also carries homegrown brands like Two Moons Gin, Gweilo Beer and Hong Kong Beer Co.
Find out more at thetramlineliquorco.hk
HK Liquor Store
You've seen their stores all over Hong Kong, but we bet you didn't know they deliver, too. HK Liquor Store has a solid selection of both big name and boutique liquors and spirits, wine, champagne, beer, sake and shochu, to suit all price points. Delivery is free for all orders over HK$800.
Find out more at hkliquorstore.com
In a hurry? This alcohol delivery app promises to deliver premium wine, spirits and beer to your door within an hour, with no minimum order or delivery fee.
Find out more at bottlesxo.com
Toasst's subscription service is perfect if you're someone who enjoys discovering new wines. Select your preference of red, white or mixed, and choose between a monthly or quarterly subscription. Each delivery includes six hand-picked wines in eco-friendly packaging and a tasting guide for a virtual wine tasting experience.
Find out more at toasst.co
You won't find anyone in Hong Kong more passionate about natural and biodynamic wines than the team at La Cabane, which carries over 700 old and new world labels at their charming cellar on Shin Hing Street. There's also an epicerie that sells pork rillettes, organic French honey and other treats that go down beautifully with a good glass of wine.
Find out more at lacabane.hk
Hong Kong's leading online wine store, Cellarmaster Wines, boasts an impressive and comprehensive selection of reds, whites, sparkling, spirits, beer and cider. Don't check out without checking out their 'Bin Ends' section where you can score quality bottles of wine for as low as HK$40.
Find out more at cellarmasterwines.com
Elevate your home cellar and get involved in Bidvino's weekly online wine auctions. Bidvino also has a 'buy now' section featuring labels hand-selected by prominent figures in Asia's wine scene.
Find out more at bidvino.com
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The lovely folks at Tell Camellia have just announced that they'll be bottling and delivering four of their fine cocktails; the Darjeeling Negroni (2 serves), Matcha Martini (2 serves), Matcha Vodka (4 serves) and T-Tonic | Mango & Strawberry (4 serves). You can order the bottles directly via Tell Camellia's Facebook, Instagram or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
See also: The Best Bottled Cocktails You Can Buy Right Now From Top Hong Kong Bars
Taipan Beer Co.
Taipan Beer Co is dedicated to bringing to Hong Kong the finest craft beers and ciders that are as refreshing as they are fun - you'll find plenty colourful and out-there label art. You'll also find Blissful BomBooch Kombucha, perfectly home-brewed in Macau, and trendy mixers made in India by Svami.
Find out more at taipanbeer.com
Support your local brewery and shop Young Master's selection of craft beer, made right here in Hong Kong. Don't forget to check out their merchandise, which includes T-shirts, retro-inspired posters and beer glasses that pay tribute to the city we love.
Find out more at youngmasterales.com
Cork Culture's founders established the company in 2013 with the aim of bringing something unique to Hong Kong's saturated wine market - a space where customers could shop from a stunning collection of natural, biodynamic and organic wines and have them delivered to their homes. They're currently offering wine home deliveries in Hong Kong for 15% off with the code HONGKONGSTRONG.
Find out more at corkculture.hk