Already known for its trend-setting drinks and cosy atmosphere, Studio 1939 is jazzing up the bar scene once again with its latest masterpiece: The “Palette of Sounds” menu! Borrowing inspiration from various artistic and musical backgrounds, the new list of highlights blends a vibrant range of spirits and regional ingredients in a manner that’s synonymous with a painter mixing colours on a palette to craft their perfect vision.
Kavish Hurrydoss, the Bar Manager and Head Bartender behind this venture, meticulously crafts every drink like a maestro, composing his next masterpiece. “Much like a work of art, the drinks really are up for interpretation depending on your perspective,” he explains.
This rings true in the myriad of flavours one can experience within the Palette of Sounds” menu; an experience that covers the melodic spectrum.
From the smooth jazz-infused tones of the Ottis Rock (S$26) — concocted using bourbon, coffee, chocolate, green apple and a zap of jalapeno — to the fruity notes of Rhythm and Vase (S$23), made with a low ABV mix of vermouth, watermelon, yuzu, citrus, Perrier and Aer. Each brings its own expression.
Here are just some other lineups to discover:
- Imagine Dragon (S$23); A highball-styled cocktail presenting the striking red hues of dragon fruit with gin, peach, pineapple, calamansi and lemongrass.
- Sun Won’t Set (S$26); A spice-forward mix of chaat masala, mango citrus, mace and curry leaf mixed with mezcal and tequila.
- Voice of the Moon (S$21); Incorporating Cambodian Samai Kampot pepper with a fruity, savoury blend of rum, starfruit, coconut, lime and salt.
For the more adventurous tipplers, a “Trust Your Bartender” option (S$28) unveils an exclusive collaboration with the bartending team to craft a personalised drink, building a unique speciality from base spirit and flavours to its presentation and style. Otherwise, fret not: each drink has a detailed illustration on their menu to help you decide what to go for first!
If you’ve never been, Studio 1939 is situated on the 3rd Floor at 36 Keong Saik Road. Since its opening in 2014, the establishment has remained a trailblazer in the cocktail domain as a part of the esteemed Potato Head Family of brands, also known for the iconic Three Buns burgers.
Whether you’re an aficionado of the arts, a music enthusiast, or simply an appreciator of fine beverages, Studio 1939 beckons you to immerse yourself in the symphony of flavours offered. To learn more about Studio 1939, you can visit their official website.
Studio 1939 @ Potato Head Singapore
Location: 36 Keong Saik Road, Floor 3, Singapore 089143
Opening Hours: Daily, 5pm to Midnight
Visuals courtesy of Studio 1939.