July 29, 2005 Chinese cocktails Posted in Goo … will be served either around 3.30 or around 4.30, depending on how my lovely sunny day off pans out.
Having just finished my research into Death’s Rich Tapestry I’m very much in need of a drink. Not sure how to put a Chinese spin on “Mine’s a Pint” but if you can think of a way, that’s what I’ll have in order to drink a toast to the 85 people remembered over the last month.
If I can’t have a pint I’ll have a Mo-Hi-To.
Yay! Cocktails on a day when I’m working and so at a computer and so don’t miss them and so… and so…
I think the nearest cocktail to a Chinese theme I can think of is a Singapore Sling. Is that close enough? Otherwise, I’ll have to join the Doctor in having a pint.
Shanghai me why don’t you.
In keeping with the theme, I’ll have a Scorpion please.
And YAY for cocktails… hmmm working at home today as well.. is 11.45am too early for one (seriously).
A Jasmine for me please.
Not sure if my stomach will be up for it after last night but I’ll give it a go.
Anything with champagne will do me
ooh for once i haven’t missed cocktails! i’ll have a shandy please. i know it’s considered abuse of beer, but it was what i was allowed to have a sip of as a kid in chinese weddings of distant relatives i didn’t know.
Can I have a Wun Hi-Ball Wodka?
Alternatively, a Mai-Tai, please.
Singapore Sling, if you’d be so kind!
You’ll have to slip it into a ballista or similar to get it to NY, mind.
Oh, and I know Singapore isn’t in China, I just aimed at that third of the world and that’s what I came up with.
In honor of your country’s former pied-a-terre in that part of the world, I’ll raise a glass of the old Queen Liz. Here’s to you, HK.