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We all know it’s true – cocktails are just plain fun to drink. And what makes cocktails even better?
Supersizing them so you can share them with your friends or that special someone in your life. We’ve rounded up some of the best share cocktails Perth has to offer, and there are some pretty banging mixtures to choose from.
Lush greenery, delicious bites and beautiful fresh air.
Step into Northbridge’s Henry Summer and you feel instantly like you’re on vacation somewhere – made even better by the 1 litre cocktail jugs they have on offer (five servings). All priced at $50 each, there’s three on their current menu to order and share with your friends. The Lola Spritz with passionfruit, lillet blanc and processo; the Sangria Spritz with pink gin, white wine and peach; and the Pineapple Pop with tequila, elderflower, ginger and fizz.
Cheers to the perfect summer drinks at a venue that hits hard all year round no matter the season.
Island Market Trigg
Seaside dining comes at its finest when you hit up Island Market Trigg.
The pastel pink interior is already designed to pop in your gram snaps, but it goes a couple extra steps with an incredible dining menu and some excellent cocktails too. Pro tip: order a cocktail carafe ($45) and nab a seat looking out at the ocean – either indoors or out on the deck where you can breathe in the salty air. Choose from a Cheeky Bellini with elderflower, orange and prosecco; a Pineapple Express with lillet blanc, vanilla, pineapple and almond; or an Island Market Spritz which is a good twist on a classic using rosé vermouth, elderflower liqueur, fresh strawberry and mint.
Fancy sharing a delectable cocktail teapot?
Perth City’s Wolf Lane has the ideal serving size for two in an aesthetic serving. Choose from their four options (all priced at $30).
First up there’s Tea With Paloma, concocted with blanco tequila, fresh grapefruit juice, lime, agave and soda.
Next up is the Bramble Bush, with gin, raspberry liqueur, lemon and sugar for those who like it a little sweet. For a true classic get the Cosmopolitan Adventures – a mixture of vodka, triple sec, cranberry and fresh lime.
And finally, the Storm on the High Seas with spiced rum, ginger beer, fresh lime and Angostura bitters.
You’re spoiled for choice, and your drinking partner will be all too happy to share these options on the table.
Swanborne’s The Shorehouse is known for it’s views of the ocean, but it’s the tastebud pleasers that have us returning over and over again.
The menu says it all: ‘It’s cool to share’ and we’re so here for it. It’s great to see some different cocktails to the other venues with their sharing coolers ($44) which include The Caribbean Mule with spiced rum, mint and ginger; Westside Cooler with grapefruit, elderflower, Aperol, citrus and white rum; and the Shorehouse Cooler with strawberry, mint, bubbly vino, lemon, bitters and vermouth.
Take our approach of the more the merrier and bring your entire gang so you can make your way through all options available – it’s way more fun that way.
Elizabeth Quay’s The Reveley have you and your partner in crime sorted with their giant cocktails; and oh boy are they something.
All priced at $35 each, they look incredible and taste even better. Select from the Rosa Rosa with pink grapefruit vodka, Chambord, lemonade, rose syrup, strawberry and lemon; Mojito Mo’Problems with white rum, lime, sugar, mint and soda (twists available with strawberry or passionfruit); and the Hugo with elderflower liqueur, prosecco, soda and lemon.
Refreshed just reading them? We know we are.
The Stables Bar
Nestled in Perth CBD’s The Stables Bar is where you can find two truly excellent giant cocktails priced at a reasonable $36 each.
First up is the Fresh to Death with Ciroc vodka, pomegranate, apple, cranberry, watermelon and lime.
And then there’s the Raging Bull with Fireball cinnamon whiskey, peach, orange, pineapple and tropical red bull.
Best enjoyed in the sunshine with live music playing, or the DJ pumping out some dance-worthy tunes – you can thank us later.
The Arbor at the Old Synagogue
The Arbor is a hip beer and wine garden, the perfect place to gather your crew and eat, drink and enjoy the Fremantle sunshine.
It spans across three levels within the Old Synagogue, and brings a new vibe to the traditional pub offering. Check out their sharing is caring cocktail menu, where jugs cost $45 each and you have seven different ones to select from.
There’s the Pimms No 1 with Pimms, dry ginger, mint, cucumber and strawberry; the Alamo Spritz with tequila, Aperol, passionfruit and prosecco; and Aperol Spritz with prosecco and soda.
Or if those aren’t your speed go the Spritz Hugo with elderflower cordial, prosecco, lemon and soda; the Martin Miller Gintonica with ruby grapefruit and coriander; Tanq 10 Gintonica with rosemary, lemon and thyme; and the West Winds Gintonica with lemon, lime and cardamon.
Clink glasses, sip and stay for the magnificent sunset over the port city that will steal your heart away.
Hibernian Place’s Goody Twos has more than just a fun Japanese vibe to their menu, they also have some epic giant share cocktails on offer for those who frequent the venue.
Priced at $175 each, you get 10 serves per giant cocktail and can choose from three on theme options.
- Berry Bliss with vodka, sake, strawberries and watermelon
- Full Bloom with gin, lemon, cherry blossom and grapefruit
- Garden Party with gin, lychee, yuzu and elderflower.
All stunning on the palate, and just the thing you’ll want to snap for the gram before cheersing the night away.
Brookfield Place’s Bobeche has built up a name for itself with their teapot cocktails, and for good reason.
Order yours for $70 and you could be sipping on:
- Bobeche Iced Tea Ketel One, Tanqueray, flor de cana, cherry heering and sweet spice tea
- Mad Hatter’s Punch with Pernod absinthe, Crawley’s orgeat and chamomile tea
- High Tea with Tanqueray, italicus, earl grey and tonic
- Princess Jasmine with flor de cana blanco, Crawley’s falernum, jasmine tea and ginger beer.
These liquid flavour bombs are expertly crafted, and balanced to a tee (or is it tea?).
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