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, AuntiesContinue reading “8 Chinese New Year Cocktails that you can impress your guest!”
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Mimosa Chilled Champagne Flute. Fill champagne flutes with chilled sparkling wine, followed by orange juice. Top up with grand marnier. Garnish to serve.
Suzy Wong 1 Martini Glass (Chilled) 45ml Citrus Vodka 45ml Watermelon Juice 1 Bar Spoon Sugar Syrup 1 Bar Spoon Lime Juice 1 Lime Wedge Shake and Strain into glass. Garnish to serve.
Campari Crush 1 Tall Glass (10oz) 30ml Gin 30ml Campari Grapefruit Juice 1 Lime wedge Crushed ice Filled the glass with crushed ice and build in gin and Campari. Top up with grapefruit juice and squeeze the lime wedge.
Sour Apple Martini
Sour Apple Martini Shake and Strain into glass. Add garnish and serve.
Blueberry Sour Place vodka and sorbet into the glass, and top up with sparkling wine. Add garnish and serve.
Gin Fizz 1 Rock Glass (10oz) 15ml Gin 15ml Lemon Juice 10ml Sugar Syrup Soda Water 1 Lemon Slice Shake and Pour all ingredients into glass and top up with soda water.
Flirtini 1 Martini Glass (Chilled) 15ml Pineapple Vodka 15ml Pineapple Juice Sparkling Wine 1 Cherry Build in vodka and pineapple juice into glass, top up with sparkling wine. Cherry to garnish.
Moscow Mule Build in the drinks in ice and garnish with mint leaves.
Bramble 1 Rock Glass (8oz) 40ml Gin 15ml Crème De Mure 20ml Lemon Juice 15ml Sugar Syrup 2 Raspberries 1 Lemon Slice 1 Cup of Crushed Ice Build in gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup over crushed ice. Pour crème de mure over the top. Add garnish to serve.