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Gold cocktails have arrived in Bangkok. Here's where to try them.

These gold-speckled drinks sure look fancy—and they taste the part, too. 

By Choltanutkun Tun-atiruj | Dec 06, 2016

  • Gold cocktails have arrived in Bangkok. Here's where to try them.

Gold Fashioned at Vogue Lounge (B380) 

Chivas Extra Fine, sweet vermouth and licorice bitters, garnished with cherry brandy dusted in gold powder. 

6/F, Mahanakhon Cube, Narathiwat Ratchanakarin Rd., 02-001-0697. BTS Chong Nonsi

Mekhong Hanuman at Osha Thai (B550)

Mekhong rum and coconut water, garnished with a gold leaf and served with dry-baked coconut.

Osha Thai, Wireless Rd., 02-256-6555

24k at The Owl Society Whiskey Saloon (B350)

Johnnie Walker Gold Label, dry vermouth, homemade moonflower-infused gold powder syrup and a dash of soda, garnished with dehydrated moonflowers dusted in gold powder.  

Sukhumvit Soi 61, 02-046-3798. BTS Ekkamai

The Kiss at Vesper (B390)

Johnnie Walker Gold Label with gold powder, Carpano Bianco, Frangelico hazelnut and chocolate bitters, garnished with chocolate ball covered in gold leaf.

10/15 Convent Rd., 02-235-2777. BTS Sala Daeng

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