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Tuesday, December 20, 2022

Remy Martin holds first 1738 Accord Royal pop-up-bar event

 

Rémy Martin, a French spirits house best known for its winegrowing heritage and cognac expertise, celebrated creativity and excellence in its recent pop-up bar event at Honeycomb Manila, featuring the newest addition to their Cognac Fine Champagne collection 1738 Accord Royal. 

Remy Martin Philippines celebrates creativity and excellence with 1738 Accord Royal served by local top mixologists Kate Osmillo, Sinichi Itoh, Larry Andrada, Kevin Corales, and Faye Fernando.



Entitled “Team Up”, the pop-up bar activity demonstrated Rémy Martin’s drive for excellence by making collaboration between various creative talents, top mixologists, and chefs happen. The theme is in line with the brand’s value #TeamUpForExcellence which highlights uncompromising commitment to achieve excellence through collaboration in their respective arts. 

Among the guest performers were Curtismith, a Filipino indie rapper and singer-songwriter; Dante & Amigo, up-and-coming singer-songwriters; Longhaul Global Comms, a hip-hop collective; and Bboy Bgirl Association of the Philippines, dance experts in the genre of Bboy and Bgirl or breakdancing. Rémy Martin also collaborated with the hot street artists and visual artists, Distortmonsters and JP Pining, to create unique designs and masterpieces around the event venue and for Remy Martin’s official merchandise. 

Aside from a night filled with excellence and talents, attendees and guests also got to experience unique mixes of the 1738 Accord Royal crafted by top mixologists in the Philippines namely Kate Osmillo, the Brand Ambassador for Rémy Cointreau brands, Sinichi Itoh and Larry Andrada from award-winning bar OTO, Kevin Corales from Southbank Café + Lounge and Faye Fernando from Baccarat Room and Bar, Solaire. 

Special mixes served at the pop-up event included the 1738 Collins with a crisp citrus taste of the 1738 Accord Royal with fresh lemon juice. Another featured drink was the Remy Sidecar, a complex and extremely balanced cognac cocktail named after a motorcycle owned by a gentleman in Paris, this blend had the balance of Cointreau, 1738 Accord Royal and a hint of lemon. The mixes were perfectly paired with delectable treats courtesy of Lagrima

“This was truly the goal for #TeamUpForExcellence. Seeing young creative talents who are excellent in their own crafts getting together and bonding over a glass of fine cognac. You can really see the collaboration and friendships being formed which is what we value here at Remy Martin,” said Rémy Cointreau Philippines Chief Representative Ed Guzman.

“We are excited to bring this experience to everyone,” commented Rémy Cointreau Philippines Country Brand Lead Myke Soon, “So watch out for more pop-up events near you, we’re bringing Rémy Martin’s 1738 Accord Royal mixes to all of you soon.” 

Recently launched at the Whisky Live Manila 2022, the 1738 Accord Royal is particularly known for its oaky smoothness and distinct fruity flavor, perfect for various mixes. The newest cognac has the mellow flavor of butterscotch, baked spices with hints of dark chocolate. With generous notes of plum and fig jam, notes of toffee and toasted bread, and an exceptionally creamy aftertaste and aromas. It can be enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or mixed in a cocktail.

To learn more about Rémy Martin and its products, visit www.remymartin.com. You may also follow fb.com/RemyMartinPhilippines on Facebook, and @remymartin on Instagram for updates and upcoming events. You may also check out Rémy Martin at boozy.ph and singlemalt.ph.

 

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