Whenever you’re in the mood for good cocktails, these 5 places are perfect for quenching your thirst. Here are the best spots to check out in Bali to experience outstanding cocktails. Each venue presents two of the best cocktails that are totally worth giving a try.
Located at Hotel Indigo Bali Seminyak Beach, this beachfront restaurant has an extensive drink menu and aims to take guests through a completely new journey in mixology. Be sure to order their new “Caipirinha Days” promotion, which offer neighbourhood’s inspired Caipirinhas along with the classic options served with premium liquors. www.seminyak.hotelindigo.com/
Nestled inside The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali, these are two of the favorite cocktails on offer.
Mad Ronin is crafted from Sake-infused snake fruit with crème de cacao white, matcha cordial and pandan bitter. Gaijin is a tropical twist of Bacardi Carta Negra Rum paired with Umeshu or plum wine for its Japanese hints and Campari infused banana for balancing the flavor.
At this modern cocktail lounge inside Renaissance Bali Nusa Dua Resort, expect to find a few cool cocktails name. Dr.Vader is a combination of tequila infused with black pepper, absinthe, yuzu, lemon, grapefruit juice, charcoal, falernum & elderflower tonic. The Crown consists of thyme Bourbon mixed with Campari, peach puree, pineapple, lemon, prosecco, caramel crown.
To be found at W Bali – Seminyak, it’s recommended to try these two signature cocktails. Hanoman Obong is made of local soursop shrub with the fresh and sour sip of tequila, served with fire on top of the glass, is the personification of when Hanoman set the fire at Alengka. The Brave Jatayu is inspired by Jatayu’s spirit and made of herbal taste from turmeric lawak and vermouth, and a refreshing taste from splashed bubble and elderflower, in hope to lift your spirit.
Situated at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay, be sure to taste their two iconic cocktails.
Kelapa Negroni which is aged in an old coconut whose hair has been pulled out and slow-smoked in the Kopa oven before being infused into the liquor for at least two weeks. It is made with gin, amaro, rosso vermouth. Maluku Old Fashioned is a spin-off to the classic, that combines Bourbon, moluccas spices, forest honey, and angostura bitter.