This Melbourne bar is serving up the craziest cocktails in Australia

This bar is serving up some wild cocktails with all the extras, from edible lipstick to a tasty beach on a plate.

Om Nom Kitchen in Melbourne's Adelphi Hotel has launched a new range of cocktails, and it's safe to say they are totally wild.

The Instagrammable drinks are part of a new theatrical series created by Om Nom bartender Chris McDonald and award-winning mixologist Grant Collins.

The range includes a host of fun beverages to engage all your senses, from a foaming champagne bubble bath to a martini with a side of... lipstick? Whatever tickles your taste buds!

Girls Night Out

This vodka based cocktail is shaken with fresh pressed raspberries, violet and rose syrup and is served alongside a champagne perfume and raspberry and Chambord flavoured edible lipstick on a mirror platter. 

Secret Garden

Served on a bed of "soil" with absinthe flavoured jelly worms means this gin-based cocktail will leave you feeling fresh.

Champagne Bubble Bath

Served in an actual toy bath tub with your very own rubber duckies, this cocktail is made to share among four people.

Toothpaste Mojito

Keeping with bathroom themes, this extra minty mojito comes with your very own toothbrush!

Smoking Marshmallow Colada

Building on your standard pinapple and coconut Pina Colada, this marshmallow-flavoured take is served in a smokey dome that makes it look similar to the forbidden rose in Beauty and the Beast.

Sex on St Kilda Beach

Fairy floss, Chambord caviar, rose foam, peach liqeur and... edible sand? Note that the deck chair is not edible!

Netflix Movie Nights

This sweet treat contains "popcorn washed rum" and a housemade cherry cola - yum!

Spiced G&T

This is the perfect blend of winter flavours like lemon, cinnamon and aniseed - all in a fun smoking bottle. 

Adelphi Grog

Drinking rum out of this smoking novelty bottle will make you feel like a pirate in all the best ways.

All images: Om Nom Kitchen

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