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Toast to the Year of the Ox with Junior The Pocket Bar and Rémy

Toast to the Year of the Ox and bring good luck in the year ahead with Junior The Pocket Bar’s limited-run Chinese New Year pop-up in collaboration with Rémy Martin. Back for the second year, the pop-up runs from 27th January through 27th February with a signature menu of cocktails and Chinese New Year treats as well as vibrant art and décor celebrating the occasion.

Tying in with Junior’s ever-evolving interiors, Rémy Martin and the Lunar New Year occasion come to life in the brightly coloured mural wall stretching around the seating area of the space. Get into the festive mood under the whimsical artwork with familiar motifs of the Ox, Rémy Martin’s signature Centaur, vineyards and Cognac barrels. 

A timeless indulgence to enjoy for Chinese New Year gatherings, Rémy Martin is on offer in a variety of creative serves which will appeal to all drinkers across generations. Highlights from the menu include the Rolling for Prosperity (S$25++)a pineapple tart in cocktail form with Rémy Martin VSOP, pineapple, spiced brown butter rum and lemon, served with a flaky pineapple tart on the side. For a luxurious indulgence, treat yourself and a loved one to the Year of the Ox featuring two pours of Rémy Martin XO served with a braised oxtail tart.

Additional highlights from the cocktail menu include the red envelope-inspired Ang Bao Na Lai (S$25++) inviting the gifts of fortune and luck with The Botanist Dry Gin, lychee, grapefruit, lemon and rose, garnished with strawberry dust and the Heart of Gold, a refreshing mix of Cointreau, fino sherry, dry vermouth and spiced Mandarin soda, garnished with a love letter (S$25++). 

A menu of treats complements the cocktails, including the rich and savoury Abacus Seeds, Asian yam gnocchi with baby scallops, shitake mushrooms, 63º egg, dried shrimp & scallop powder (S$18), classic Duck Wrappers with pan-seared duck breast accompanied by house-made plum sauce, pickled carrot and daikon (S$19) and popular Peranakan heritage dish Pie Tee Cups with braised pork belly and curly spring onion (S$17). Finish on a sweet note with the Egg Tart with Mandarin orange curd and vanilla in vol-au-vent (S$6). 

Those planning to continue the celebrations and gather with family at home can also enjoy select cocktails for takeaway and delivery. Each 250ml bottle is equivalent to one and a half to two serves (S$35++ per bottle).

To find out more details and place an order, visit juniorthepocketbar.com.

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