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Cocktail of the week: Anti-Rightist Movement

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Curl up next to the fireplace and enjoy Double Happiness’s new cocktail list of winter tipples. The DH crew have got you covered for Melbourne’s cold snap.

There are the seasoned favourites, like ‘The Great Leap Forward’ and ‘Mr Foo’. But this week’s cocktail is the ‘Anti-Rightist Movement’—anti-rightist from its richness and creaminess, while balanced with notes of sweet, sour and hints of aromatic.

It’s got the warmth of scotch, dabbled with lemon juice, house five spice liqueur, egg white and Australia’s newest bitters, Mister Bitters fig & cinnamon.

Shake all the cocktail ingredients hard and fast for that thick frothy effect, then be all pro and blow torch to finish it off. Garnish with star anise and enjoy!


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