Happy Lunar New Year 2024 with Jameson

09 February 2024

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As we welcome the Year of the Dragon, it's a time for joy, reflection, and celebration. Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, Spring Festival, Seollal or Tết, marks the beginning of a new lunar calendar year. The festival is celebrated by millions of people in China and a lot of other Asian countries.

Happy Lunar New Year with Jameson

As we welcome the Year of the Dragon, it's a time for joy, reflection, and celebration. Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, Spring Festival, Seollal or Tết, marks the beginning of a new lunar calendar year. The festival is celebrated by millions of people in China and a lot of other Asian countries.

Not familiar with Lunar New Year? Here’s what you need to know

Each culture has their own version of this, with different traditional foods and rituals. However, the importance of spending this time with your closest friends and family remains the same across the board.

A fresh start

Prior to Lunar New Year’s Eve, families undertake thorough cleaning of their homes to sweep away the misfortunes of the past year. Then, they adorn every corner of their homes with red decorations, symbolizing wishes for happiness and fortune in the coming year.

Beautiful wishes

Every tradition, decoration, key dish carries a beautiful wish for the coming year. Fireworks and firecrackers are meant to ward off any lingering negativity from the past year. Symbolic dishes such as dumplings, fish, glutinous rice cake (Nian Gao), and sweet rice balls (Tang Yuan), each represents a heartfelt wish.

Coming together

Family reunion lies at the heart of this festival, drawing loved ones from far and wide back to their homes. Spending quality time with loved ones is always the most important part of the Lunar New Year.

Today, we extend our warmest wishes to all those in the hospitality industry celebrating the Lunar New Year. May the Year of the Dragon bring you good health, happiness, and success in all your endeavors. Thank you for bringing joyous moments to us throughout the past year. We hope you are already enjoying precious time at home with your family. We can't wait to hear more news and surprises from you!

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Here is a Chinese-style recipe to try from Jameson:

Ingredients:

  • Jameson 50ml

  • Homemade Jameson Oak Wood Bitter 2 dashes

  • Homemade Lotus Leaf & Rice Soup 60ml

  • Lemon juice  5ml

  • Rice cake and some nasturtium leaf for garnish

(Homemade Jameson Oak Wood Bitter = put 20g Gentian, 15g oak wood, 150ml of 96 ABV vodka into a container and infuse for 20 days, then add 150ml Jameson)

(Homemade Lotus Leaf & Rice Soup = mix and cook 100g dry lotus leaf, 200g sticky rice and 2000ml water into porridge, add 100g sugar, use blender to make a final milky form)

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