Rémy Martin: Roar-some cocktails for the Lunar New Year at 4 Malaysian bars
January 27, 2022
Usher in the Year of the Tiger with ferocious flair at four Malaysian bars that have been transformed in collaboration with Rémy Martin into cocktail parlours of celebratory creativity for the Lunar New year.
The Fortune “Ong Lai" is a brilliant blend of Rémy Martin VSOP with lucky peach, brown butter sugar and egg yolk, plus five different spices, evoking the sweet creaminess of pineapple tarts, symbolising the happiness linked to this beloved pastry. This cocktail comes with a salted egg yolk chocolate gem for a sweet-savoury companion.
The Woohoo Joy Luck brings together The Botanist artisanal Islay gin with Cointreau, lucky pear, passion fruit, Mandarin orange and oolong tea foam, sprinkled with osmanthus. This is a beautiful, bubbly twist on the White Lady classic cocktail, transformed into a Mandarin lady, layered with the refreshing nuances of Mandarin orange and pear to replace lemon and lime, balanced by the tang of passionfruit.
YooHoo Prosperitea takes the unpeated, florally complex Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie whisky, mixed with Three X Co's own Prosperitea and topped with red vermouth, finished off with Bak Kwa for a crowning finale. The Prosperitea is chrysanthemum herbal tea laced with Coke reduction for a vanilla pleasantness, taking the place of bitters for a spirit-forward potion that's rounded out by the full-bodied bite of bak kwa.
Flying Pussy Cat: With Rémy Martin VSOP, this quirky cocktail is made intoxicatingly memorable with Cointreau, red wine and red dragon fruit.
Melon Fist: This fruity cocktail is created with Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie, Cointreau and cantaloupe.
Island Boi: A cocktail that packs a flavourful punch with Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie, Cointreau, Drambuie and brown sugar.
Tiger Loop: The Botanist enjoys a tantalising twist with elderflower, umeshu and yuzu.
Picolo: Mixed with chartreuse, Cointreau and osmanthus syrup with The Botanist as its base, this cocktail will leave you wanting more.
Kam Kam A-Go-Go: This one-of-a-kind cocktail layers a base of Rémy Martin VSOP with Cointreau, mandarin peel, yuzu and a citric solution.
Laddie Da Di: A carefree cocktail with fun as its mission, with Bruichladdich The Classic Laddie, goji, sour plums and lime.
Kingsman Johor Bahru (special menu available until end of February)
A bevy of beverages await, including the Cognac Julep, Kingsman Royal, Botanist Berry, Between The Legs, Side Chik, Kingsman Style and The Vikings.
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