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Want to craft the freshest, most delectable cocktail this summer? The Pink RUBY is now your go-to!

Stolen Rum, the absolute masters of the rum cocktail, have been kind enough to provide us with the recipe for their delicious Stolen Stock x Karma Cola summer drink, crafted for our recent RUBY x Pot Sticker Dumpling party in support of Breast Cancer Cure.

Get amongst the silly season with this little treat, all in the comfort of your own home.

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  • 45ml Stolen White

  • 10ml Cointreau

  • 5 ml Lemon Juice

  • 5ml Sugar Syrup

  • Top with Raspberry & Lemon Dry

  • Garnish with a flower


  1. Mix all the ingredients in a stolen cup

  2. Add ice

  3. Top with the sparkling Karma Cola Raspberry & Lemon dry


RUBY x Pot Sticker Cocktail Party

Last night, Thursday 24th November, we hosted a cocktail party with Pot Sticker Dumpling Bar, in support of Breast Cancer Cure.

Thank you to all of our amazing #RUBETTES who came along to enjoy an evening of cocktails, dumplings and burlesque - it was great to see you there.

A special thank you to our friends at Stolen Rum, Moët & Chandon, Karma Cola, Cakes By Anna, Master Of Ceremonies Rose, Asahi, Pegasus Bay, MAC Cosmetics, Amisfield, Jacks Point, Mod's Hair Merivale, Urban Skin and Body, Christchurch Art Gallery, Bonita Danger Doll, Societe Magazine & Heidi Klum Intimates for making our event amazing. You're the best!

Here are a few snaps from the night…

Pot Sticker Logo


Stolen Cocktails / CBA

Goody Bags


CBA Boxes

Karma Cola

Dumplings & Girls



Team Dumplings



Ally & Dada



Lucy & Friend

Master of Ceremonies

RUBY Girls


Images by Nathan Adams Creative

Thanks x



For those with a similar predilection for hand made, fine chocolate, you'll be pleased to be introduced to the House Of Chocolate, a Takapuna-based chocolatier raising the bar for fine chocolate connoisseurs.

To celebrate the recent opening of our Takapuna store, we collaborated with the talented team from House of Chocolate to create bespoke, hand made chocolates, inspired by our youthful and feminine spring 16 collection, No Drama.

We caught up with Marilyn from the House of Chocolate to find out how her background in fashion lead her to become a chocolatier...

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How did you become a chocolatier?

After completing a Bachelor of Design, majoring in Fashion at AUT, I found myself wanting to further explore different areas of design. The role for Marketing Executive at House Of Chocolate came up and it was a wonderful opportunity to be part of a team where I could explore the roles of graphic design, marketing, product design and of course, learn about being a chocolatier!

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What do you love about being a chocolatier?

In my opinion, there is a gap in the New Zealand market for hand-crafted and beautifully designed bonbon chocolates. This collaboration with RUBY allowed me to explore this vision. It's still early days for us and I'm learning so much, however, chocolate is always a beautiful and delicious gift so makes it really engaging!

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Talk us through your design process? When it comes to designing a new chocolate we put together a mood board to decipher the direction we are heading in, taking into account colours, flavours, packaging, trends and different products we can use e.g. 24 carat gold flake. From there we sample, examine and refine!

What do you love most about collaborating ? I love the coming together of different visions and ideas to create one unique product. Working with RUBY was the perfect opportunity to create a feminine and youthful collection of colours and flavours. I love being able to explore these different moods while designing towards a specific idea! It's always a challenge but a lot of fun - I have met some amazing people along the way!

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What are your favourite pieces from the latest RUBY No Drama collection? My favourite item is currently the Firebird Silk Dress, that silk is so luxe! It's such a feminine and flattering style!

Thanks Marilyn x