8 Chinese New Year Cocktails that you can impress your guest!

Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, is one of the most important and celebrated festivals for Chinese around the world. The lunar new year celebration lasts for 15 days (初一 to 十五) and is a time for families members to visit and pay respects to their elders, such as Parents, Grandparents, Aunties or Uncles. In return, the elders will give their blessings accompanied by an Ang Bao (紅包 or Red packed) filled with money.

Chinese New Year Goodies are also essential to the celebration as they symbolise important significance. For instance, pineapple (“ong lai”) tarts signify the “arrival of fortune” in Hokkien. House visit traditions have evolved over the years, and many of us extend house visits to our friends and colleagues. Hosting a house visit can be taunting and less interesting when everyone serves the same Chinese New Year Goodies. Why not make the house visits exciting and enjoyable by whipping up some Chinese New Year Cocktails?

Below are some cocktails you can consider!

Orange Margarita

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Tequila Sunrise

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Mimosa

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Orange Creamsicle

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Pina Colada

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Pineapple Margarita

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Lychee Martini

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Dreamer

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Published by Vincent Tan

Hi there! Thank you for visiting! My name is Vincent Tan, and I am a multi-disciplinary person who works in a tech company handling social media engagement and operations. I am passionate about cocktails, writing, photography and the world around me. I can't promise that you'll like the stuff I write/post. But let me take you to the world from my lens.

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