The city's glitterati are no longer content with simply sipping cocktails. Now they're getting in on the act of making them. Q97, in Lan Kwai Fong, teamed up with premium Polish vodka brand Belvedere and fashion label Celine and asked seven trendsetters to turn their talents to mixing signature drinks. The result is an indulgent range of cocktails rich in colour and flavour. Kennis Tai, corporate planning general manager at the Four Seas Group, turned to her favourite colour, blue, to create Blue Jeans, a tangy, refreshing citrus-flavoured long drink. 'You have to go with what you like and be spontaneous,' is her advice to fellow amateur mixologists. Fashion designer Ranee K says she loves watermelon and prefers cocktails that are easy to make, so she created a watermelon martini. 'Making a perfect cocktail depends on one's personal preferences. The overall balance of a cocktail is very important. It's about the taste, the look, the aroma and the presentation,' she says. Other local celebrities who have created personalised drinks are VJ and model Denise Keller, socialite Jennifer Tse Ting-ting, director of Lan Kwai Fong Group Marisa Zeman, actress and model Irene Wang and photographer Eydie Tai Ni-ting. The drinks are available until the end of next month for HK$80 at Q97, 32 D'Aguilar Street, Central, tel: 2868 6062. Blue Jeans (above) 11/2 shots Belvedere Cytrus 1 shot Hpnotiq liqueur 1/2 shot passion-fruit syrup 1/3 shot Blue Curacao 2 shots grapefruit juice Dash of lemon juice Soda to top up the glass Put all the ingredients except the soda in a shaker and mix well over ice. Strain into a highball glass and top up with soda. Garnish with a slice of lemon and three blueberries. Watermelon Martini (below) 11/2 shots Belvedere Pure 6 chunks of watermelon 1/3 shot sugar syrup 1/3 shot lemon juice Make sure the ingredients are thoroughly chilled. Crush the watermelon, add the other ingredients and shake well. Strain into a martini glass and garnish with a slice of watermelon.