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Chinese New Year Cocktails at 1864

CHINESE NEW YEAR COCKTAILS AT 1864 – 6 JAN 2020 TO 8 FEB 2020

Head Mixologist Michael Mendoza has formulated a cheeky duo of cocktails to commemorate the Year of the Rat. Through the innovative use of colours and meaningful ingredients, he has crafted beverages that not only pair well with Chef Andrew’s festive fare but serve as interesting conversation pieces at the dinner table. Both are available at $18++ per glass.
 
Bai Shu, meaning white rat, is an ode to the stealthy nature of its namesake. This variation of the Bloody Mary packs a hidden punch with a translucent yuzu-spiced tomato juice.
 
Hong Shu in contrast means red rat. A traditionally auspicious colour in Chinese culture, this savoury mocktail stands out with its red hue. Citrus notes from non-alcoholic Seedlip Spice and yuzu juice give it a natural edge, while a dash of rosemary syrup provides herbal aroma. As a tongue-in-cheek nod to the celebrated rodent, the concoction is topped with a torched slice of cheese to seal in its flavours.


Chinese New Year Cocktails at 1864
6 Jan 2020 to 8 Feb 2020

Menu

Bai Shu (White Rat) $18++
Vodka, Clarified Tomato Juice, Yuzu Juice, Rosemary Syrup

Hong Shu (Red Rat) $18++
Seedlip Spice, Tomato Juice, Yuzu Juice, Rosemary Syrup, Cheddar Cheese

Terms and Conditions
Not valid with other special offers or promotions
Alcoholic beverages will only be served to guests above the age of 18

Offer is open to the public

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