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CNY 2023: Ring in the Year of the Rabbit with these limited edition festive tipples

2. Hennessy’s Privilege Chinese New Year 2023

Cognac house Hennessy is incorporating contemporary art into their bottles this Chinese New Year. This year, partnering internationally renowned artist Yan Pei-Ming to create a landmark painting, La Grande Course, which depicts the fabled race of 12 animals in the Chinese Zodiac. The French-Chinese artist  has also translated the design onto bottles of Hennessy X.O cognacs.

The bottle designs boast a palette of amber, orange, russet and burgundy tones, which is reminiscent of the amber and mahogany hues of Hennessy X.O. The artist’s signature broad, sweeping brush strokes impart a sense of universality, immediacy, and adventure.

From now till 5 February, tantalise your tastebuds with exclusive, limited-time pairing menus and creations at the internationally acclaimed MO BAR and Cantonese restaurant Cherry Garden in Mandarin Oriental Singapore.

Over at MO BAR, guests will sip on four Hennesy-inspired drinks, created with the same flair that the famed bar is known for. Beverages to look forward to include the Peranakan Cognac Old-fashioned and the Asian Side Car, both featuring Hennessy XO, with the latter leaning towards spicy flavours. 

Cherry Garden provides specially-curated meals that pair beautifully with Hennessy XO. The cognac can be paired with dishes such as the pan-fried Miyazaki A5 Wagyu sirloin with homemade cherry sauce and sautéed vegetables, chilled double-boiled bird’s nest with American ginseng and red dates, and nian gao. 

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