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Tipple your way through the Cocktail menu at Coral Moon

Tipple your way through the Cocktail menu at Coral Moon

Coral Moon the latest offering from the Langham Gold Coast, is serving up a range of head-turning cocktails, breathtaking ocean views and a range of delectable Asian bites.

Coral Moon the latest offering from the Langham Gold Coast, is serving up a range of head-turning cocktails, breathtaking ocean views and a range of delectable Asian bites.

This open-air cocktail bar overlooks the Pacific Ocean and has a one-of-a-kind cocktail bar, fireside seating and one of the most innovative cocktail menus on the coast, specialising in those summertime drinks, featuring a selection of Asian spirits and cocktails infused with Australian herbs and botanicals, accompanied with an extensive range of beer and wine.  

Headlining the menu are five signature exotic house creations to suit any cocktail lover’s taste; Matcha Muchness, a cooling blend of local gin, lychee, lemon, matcha and aqaufaba; Best-Teas featuring lemongrass-infused Don Julio Blanco, ginger liqueur, and tangy yuzu and green tea; Cherry Blossoms, a soft, feminine mix of amaretto and cherry herring with a hit of lime and dark soda; Fluorescence, a crowd- favourite mix of Baiju, Midori, Maraschino Luxardo and shimmer; and the ultimate fireside sip of Capricorn Coastal rum, strawberry, watermelon, lemon and aquafab, Drama & Karma.

Tipple your way through the Cocktail menu at Coral Moon

Bar Manager Aaron Howard said the menu had been carefully curated to hero the stunning coastal location and the hotel’s luxury look and feel.
“Our five signature exotic cocktails have been concepted and created by our talented mixologists to suit a range of tastes. For those wanting something bubbly and sweet, you can’t go past the Cherry Blossoms, and for the flipside, more of a smooth, fruity but dark mix, the Drama & Karma is a must-try,” Howard said.

“We’ve incorporated a focus on sourcing local ingredients, including a range of carefully selected Australian herbs and botanicals, fresh ingredients from our local produce partners, and a range alcohols and spirits from the Gold Coast region.”

Coral Moon will also serve up a range of Asian fusion signature dishes and bites including a duo of BBQ pork baos, Takaoyaki (battered Japanese octopus balls), Cantonese-style boneless fried chicken, eggplant and pumpkin tempura, and crunchy, vegetarian spring rolls.  

Victoria Peterson, Director of Marketing and Communications at The Langham, Gold Coast said Coral Moon is set to be the perfect spot for a late afternoon in the sun or night under the stars.

“Coral Moon is the perfect extension of the luxurious feel intrinsic to The Langham, Gold Coast, but it really has its own unique vibe that we’re excited to see come to life,” Ms Peterson said.

“The venue oozes relaxed romance with its range of lounge seating beside individual fireplaces, making it the perfect spot for a date night under the stars, whilst the uninterrupted ocean views and bright exterior mean it’s a must-try for late afternoons with friends or group gatherings with mouth-watering cocktails, sunshine and delicious food.

“Coral Moon is the ultimate Spring/Summer bar, and everything from the location and fit-out to the food menu and cocktails have been carefully curated to suit the beautiful warmer weather.”

With its open-air setting, the new destination bar will operate as a weather-dependent venue, opening Wednesday – Sunday from 4.00 pm to 10.00 pm for walk-ins only. It is located on level 3 of The Langham, Gold Coast hotel, with on-site parking available for patrons.

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Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city

Tipple your way through the Cocktail menu at Coral Moon

Tipple your way through the Cocktail menu at Coral Moon

Coral Moon the latest offering from the Langham Gold Coast, is serving up a range of head-turning cocktails, breathtaking ocean views and a range of delectable Asian bites.

Coral Moon the latest offering from the Langham Gold Coast, is serving up a range of head-turning cocktails, breathtaking ocean views and a range of delectable Asian bites.

This open-air cocktail bar overlooks the Pacific Ocean and has a one-of-a-kind cocktail bar, fireside seating and one of the most innovative cocktail menus on the coast, specialising in those summertime drinks, featuring a selection of Asian spirits and cocktails infused with Australian herbs and botanicals, accompanied with an extensive range of beer and wine.  

Headlining the menu are five signature exotic house creations to suit any cocktail lover’s taste; Matcha Muchness, a cooling blend of local gin, lychee, lemon, matcha and aqaufaba; Best-Teas featuring lemongrass-infused Don Julio Blanco, ginger liqueur, and tangy yuzu and green tea; Cherry Blossoms, a soft, feminine mix of amaretto and cherry herring with a hit of lime and dark soda; Fluorescence, a crowd- favourite mix of Baiju, Midori, Maraschino Luxardo and shimmer; and the ultimate fireside sip of Capricorn Coastal rum, strawberry, watermelon, lemon and aquafab, Drama & Karma.

Tipple your way through the Cocktail menu at Coral Moon

Bar Manager Aaron Howard said the menu had been carefully curated to hero the stunning coastal location and the hotel’s luxury look and feel.
“Our five signature exotic cocktails have been concepted and created by our talented mixologists to suit a range of tastes. For those wanting something bubbly and sweet, you can’t go past the Cherry Blossoms, and for the flipside, more of a smooth, fruity but dark mix, the Drama & Karma is a must-try,” Howard said.

“We’ve incorporated a focus on sourcing local ingredients, including a range of carefully selected Australian herbs and botanicals, fresh ingredients from our local produce partners, and a range alcohols and spirits from the Gold Coast region.”

Coral Moon will also serve up a range of Asian fusion signature dishes and bites including a duo of BBQ pork baos, Takaoyaki (battered Japanese octopus balls), Cantonese-style boneless fried chicken, eggplant and pumpkin tempura, and crunchy, vegetarian spring rolls.  

Victoria Peterson, Director of Marketing and Communications at The Langham, Gold Coast said Coral Moon is set to be the perfect spot for a late afternoon in the sun or night under the stars.

“Coral Moon is the perfect extension of the luxurious feel intrinsic to The Langham, Gold Coast, but it really has its own unique vibe that we’re excited to see come to life,” Ms Peterson said.

“The venue oozes relaxed romance with its range of lounge seating beside individual fireplaces, making it the perfect spot for a date night under the stars, whilst the uninterrupted ocean views and bright exterior mean it’s a must-try for late afternoons with friends or group gatherings with mouth-watering cocktails, sunshine and delicious food.

“Coral Moon is the ultimate Spring/Summer bar, and everything from the location and fit-out to the food menu and cocktails have been carefully curated to suit the beautiful warmer weather.”

With its open-air setting, the new destination bar will operate as a weather-dependent venue, opening Wednesday – Sunday from 4.00 pm to 10.00 pm for walk-ins only. It is located on level 3 of The Langham, Gold Coast hotel, with on-site parking available for patrons.

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Owen George

Editor & Chief of Gold Coast Magazine is a lover of great coffee and sharing the stories of the people, places, and events that make the Gold Coast such a great city