6 Foodie Ways to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

6 Foodie Ways to Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month with pretty pink drinks and eats

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Jeniffer Chiat  Jeniffer Chiat  on 12 Oct '20


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This international health campaign is organised annually by major breast cancer charities and aims to spread awareness and raise funds for research into this illness that affects millions worldwide.

A pink ribbon is donned during this month to show support, and many restaurants and bars have adapted this idea to introduce pink drinks and eats. Visit these fabulous spots to enjoy pretty pink treats and support a good cause.


Pink wine at Feather & Bone

Feather & Bone Hong Kong

Premium butcher Feather & Bone is partnering with AIX, a highly regarded rosé from Provence, to raise awareness. For every bottle and glass of AIX rosé ($95/glass, $260/carafe, $420/bottle or $170/retail) sold, a portion of the sales will go to the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation – an organisation dedicated to breast health education, patient support, research and advocacy and a provider of free breast-screening services. There will also be a donation box at every cashier for those who wish to give a little more.

Multiple branches around town; click here for locations


In the Pink afternoon tea at The Langham, Hong Kong

The Langham, Hong Kong

The Langham hotel is a proud “pink partner” of the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation, donating $10 for every In the Pink afternoon tea set ($398/1 or $688/2) sold at elegant Palm Court. Delight in the delicate pink-hued teatime treats such as the pomegranate Balik salmon sandwich, beetroot tartare, pinky strawberry roll cake, macaron lollipop and more. Deluxe ($588/1 or $988/2) and Ultimate ($608/1 or $1,028/2) menus are also available, which come with a glass of NV brut champagne or NV rosé champagne respectively. Don’t forget to hashtag #StayInThePink when posting your tea treats on Instagram!

Palm Court, Lobby, The Langham, Hong Kong, 8 Peking Road, TST, 2132 7898, book online


Pink Cookies with Cookie DPT & Ralph’s Coffee

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The cookie gods over at Cookie DPT are teaming up with the coffee experts at Ralph’s Coffee to bring us a decadent pink cookie creation to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Ralph Lauren’s Pink Pony campaign, their worldwide initiative supporting the fight against cancer. Calories don’t count when they’re for a good cause, right? The stunning strawberry cheesecake cookie has a tangy cheesecake filling and is hand-dipped in pink strawberry ganache. 25% of all cookie sales will be going to the Hong Kong Cancer Fund and each cookie purchase will receive a complimentary Pink Pony pin (while supplies last).

Shop OT313, 3/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, 2376 3936

Shop 103, 1/F, Alexandra House, 18 Chater Road, Central, 6029 7956


Think Pink Month at The Daily Tot

The Daily Tot Hong Kong

New tropical rum bar The Daily Tot has a host of offers in support of the cause. Seven talented women will be taking over the bar on Thursday, 22 October to create their own rum cocktail. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. On Tuesday, 27 October, they’ll be hosting a wine and cheese evening highlighting Burgundy wines, led by Elena Windholtz, wine adviser from Château de Pommard. Tickets are priced at $500, $50 of which will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The Daily Tot has also created a gorgeous cocktail available throughout the month of October – the RBG (Ruth Bader Ginsberg), made with Plantation rum, Cappelletti Aperitivo, Nonino, white chocolate and berry cordial and lemon juice, garnished with dark chocolate. ⁠A total of $10 from each drink sold will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Shop E, G/F, Felicity Building, 58 Hollywood Road, Central, 2366 6836, 5226 9382 (WhatsApp)


Pink smoothie at nood food

nood food Hong Kong

A drink that’s good for the body and the cause, nood food is bringing back their signature pink smoothie. This smoothie is packed with delicious and nutritious ingredients such as almond milk, banana, strawberry, apple, cucumber, beetroot, celery, ginger, lemongrass and more. A total of $20 from each smoothie sold will be donated to Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centre. Available at all nood juice bars and cafés.

Multiple branches around town; click here for locations


Drink Pink at Red Sugar

Red Sugar Hong Kong

Red Sugar at Kerry Hotel becomes “Pink Sugar” this October with a collaboration between their house bartender, Simon Kwong, and acclaimed mixologist Antonio Lai. They’ve created a special Drink Pink cocktail menu with four lovely pink drinks such as All Clear, made with pink gin by Gordon’s and grapefruit. A total of 10% of all drink sales will be donated to the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation.

7/F, Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom, 2252 5281


Make your own donation to the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation here. Every little bit helps!


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Jeniffer Chiat

Jeniffer Chiat

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