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Papaya Cocktails for National Papaya Month

Thursday Aug 30, 2012

BANGKOK, Thailand - To celebrate National Papaya Month this September, select Starwood Hotels & Resorts in Thailand will feature exclusive experiences in honor of this delicious fruit.

Properties including Le Méridien Koh Samui Resort & Spa, The St. Regis Bangkok and Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11 have created special cocktail recipes incorporating papaya, a fruit that is not only incredibly tasty but also contains many nutritional and medicinal properties.

Papaya Ice Bomb

To celebrate National Papaya Month, Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11 has concocted a refreshing cocktail named Papaya Ice Bomb.


30ml Vodka

3 pcs Papaya

2 pcs Lemon

1 pc Orange

3 tsp Brown Sugar

2 drops Angostura Bitters

2 Thyme leaves

Infused with the DNA of W Hotels, Aloft Bangkok - Sukhumvit 11 offers style at a steal with accommodations and amenities that cater to the modern traveller seeking an eclectic, unique experience.

Created for the tech-savvy people looking for a fun, social experience, the brand's first property in Southeast Asia will offer all that and more in a dynamic, vibrant setting at an affordable price point.

Mix and mingle with new friends over a game of pool, signature sips and a snack-attack menu at w xyz bar, where the Papaya Ice Bomb will be served.

Website: Aloft Bangkok- Sukhumvit 11


Spiced Papaya Refresher

In honor of National Payapa Month, The St. Regis Bangkok will feature a delicious original cocktail aptly named Spiced Papaya Refresher, served in a rock glass or high ball.

- 50 ml Vodka
- 250ml Papaya juice
- 150ml Orange juice
- 15ml Ginger syrup
- Add sweet/sour mix to balance
- Top off with Ginger Ale
- Garnish with a lime slice

Shake all ingredients except ginger ale, strain into glass filled with ice cubes and top with ginger ale.

The St. Regis Bar & The Drawing Room provide rare havens in which to enjoy the enduring tradition of afternoon tea with family and friends, a relaxed business meeting or a welcome evening drink to a backdrop of the setting sun.

The St. Regis Bar & The Drawing Room honor the hotel’s rich lineage by serving renowned drinks such as the Bloody Mary - first created at the St. Regis New York in 1934 - as well as contemporary cocktails like the Spiced Papaya Refresher.

The first St. Regis property in Thailand, The St. Regis Bangkok has set a new standard of refined service and timeless sophistication for the region.

Designed by world-renowned Brennan Beer Gorman Architects, The St. Regis Bangkok features 227 guestrooms including 51 suites, and 53 residences with luxury amenities, services and incomparable dining options that will undoubtedly set a new standard in hospitality in the region while becoming the best address for international travelers and influential local residents.

Website: The St. Regis Bangkok



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