3 Honey-based Cocktail Recipes You Can Make at home

Honey has a million uses and our new favourite way to enjoy it is adding into cocktails! 

We got our hands on 3 new honey flavours from Eu Yan Sang — Honey with Ginger, Honey with Lavender and Honey with Chamomile. These honeys use natural Chamomile and Lavender essential oils and fresh ginger juice that can be enjoyed perfectly on their own, or with your drink of choice.

Elevate your honey experience with these refreshing honey-based, Taiwanese-inspired tea cocktails!

PS — Try our Honey-licious cocktails at Jyu Gae from 6 June to 31 August 2023 and enjoy a 30% discount off your next honey purchase at Eu Yan Sang stores.

 *With 2 bottles purchased. T&Cs apply.

EYS Honey Cocktail Recipes

Romancing Lavender


  • 30ml Rum
  • 10ml Eu Yan Sang Honey with Lavender
  • 15ml Strawberry puree
  • 60ml Milk Tea
  • Lavender flower garnish


  1. In a shaking tin, add in rum, Eu Yan Sang Honey with Lavender, Strawberry puree, and unsweetened milk tea, mix well, and taste.
  2. Add ice, and shake for 10-15 seconds.
  3. Strain into a tall glass with ice.
  4. Garnish with Lavender flower.

A Chamomile Soiree


  • 30ml Chrysanthemum Infused Gin
  • 10ml Eu Yan Sang Honey with Chamomile
  • 15ml Lemon juice
  • 45ml Prosecco
  • Edible Flowers/Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum Infused Gin:

  • 700ml (1 bottle) Gin
  • 25g Chrysanthemum flowers


  1. In a glass vessel, add 700ml Gin and chrysanthemum flowers. Mix well and leave to infuse at room temperature for 2 hours.
  2. In a shaking tin, add Chrysanthemum Infused Gin, Eu Yan Sang Honey with Camomile and lemon juice. Mix well and taste.
  3. Add ice and shake for about 10 seconds.
  4. Strain into a champagne glass.
  5. Top up with Prosecco and garnish with chrysanthemum.

Ginger Knows


  • 30ml Taiwanese Whiskey
  • 15ml Eu Yan Sang Honey with Ginger
  • 60ml Oolong tea
  • Smokey Whiskey Spray
  • Candied ginger


  1. In a teapot brew Oolong tea 6g to 400ml of hot water for about 5-10 minutes. Strain tea leaves and set aside to cool.
  2. In a shaking tin, add Taiwanese whiskey, Eu Yan Sang Honey with Ginger, and Oolong tea, mix well, and taste.
  3. Add ice and shake for about 10-15 seconds.
  4. Strain into a rocks glass with ice.
  5. Spray smokey whiskey over the drink and garnish with candied ginger.

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