Not for the faint-hearted :p
It's a reservation-only bar, which visitors must obtain a passcode for their entrance. It's a creepy vibe before entering the bar, but the bar itself is very chilly and nice (won't share too many details here so you can explore it yourself).
Their drinks are very fancy, most of it is named after famous Chinese myth like the tea of Oblivion (孟婆湯), Ouija (碟仙), and Karma (業力). The bar smells like a mini-temple so if that makes you uncomfortable, then it might not be a place you can enjoy.
I had the tea of Oblivion. Very light in taste, refreshing actually. I think it has a very little amount of alcohol but a generous amount of passion-fruit juice. Just when I thought the bar serves everything with low-alcohol content drinks, my friend's Ouija actually tastes strong enough for you to think that the plate is moving by itself.
Didn't get to try Karma myself (such cheesy line) but my friend mentioned that it's very fruity and low-alcohol content too. Banana spirit (which name I forgot) on the other hand has a slight acidic punch. So if you're not a fan of sour drinks, then go for something else.
There are more interesting drinks there. It's not too wallet-friendly as well, at an average spending of 40+ per pax.
Let me know if you enjoyed that place!