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Lemongrass G&T (RM19)
Lemongrass infused London Dry Gin, tonic water and limau katsuri. The probable use of Fanta tonic water makes the base mixer far too sweet. The over pressed limau completely overwhelms whatever potential lemongrass infusion was done to the gin. This tasted a lot more like a limau ais from the local mamak than it is a G&T with a local twist. It even has the annoying limau seeds that prevent you from having a having a bottoms up!

Lychee Ginger Martini (RM26)
The smell of this drink is sharp, similar to the flavours of shisha tobacco. Not my cup of tea already. Taste wise, the use of lychee and ginger in this drink is peculiar. It simply doesn't work as both flavours are simply too strong, as if two thespians lumbering for the spotlight on stage. In the end, it leaves nothing more than the I welcomed lingering taste of cough syrup after you put the glass down.

Tamarind Whiskey Sour (RM28)
First off, this isn't sour which begs the question as to why call it that in the first place. Next, the taste of whiskey is non-existent. True, the smell of citrus is strong given the large orange peel garnishing the drink but it only tastes like a slightly too savoury asamboi drink with a vague hint of alcohol in. Confusing would be a simple word to describe this.

Kopi-O-Martini (RM35)
Standard cocktail mixed deliciously. Good strong taste of the kopi-o complemented well by equal parts in alcohol. Good amount of foam on top with an overly generous amount of coffee beans. Simplicity at its best here.

Soya Cincau with a Twist (RM28)
This is it! This is the drink that is truly unique and represents the taste of Malaysia well at Barlai. This simple thirst quencher hits all the right spots with only the vaguest of hints alcohol in it because it is seamlessly integrated in the drink. Perfect amount of gula Melaka adds fragrance to the body of this drink, blending effortlessly with the Bailey's Irish Cream. The only complaint you can have of this is that it's far too easy to drink! Go on, have another one.

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First time having a cocktail made of Milo and alcohol... 😂

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