Le Bar du Bristol Celebrates 1st Anniversary with Exclusive Cocktail

Le Bar du Bristol Celebrates 1st Anniversary with Exclusive Cocktail
The exclusive new cocktail is made using wildflower honey syrup from Le Bristol's very own hives, as well as a few drops of walnut bitters and spices specially prepared by Maxime himself. Following in the family tradition, the cocktail is developed through authentic, age-old processes by small producers. Included are Lheraud's 1975 Grande Champagne Cognac, a vintage that originates from the very best soils in the Cognac area, and Vergnon's Extra-Brut Champagne, a blanc de blancs wine produced in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger. The unique cocktail boasts autumn flavors, providing an essence of luxury and the quintessence of French expertise.

Only 365 privileged customers will be given the opportunity to enjoy this nectar, which will be served as part of a limited edition of just 365 such cocktails. Each drink will come with its own card numbered 1 to 365 to commemorate this tasting experience.

Maxime Hoerth, winner of a "Best French Craftsman" award, supervises a team of enthusiasts who add even more flavor to Le Bristol. As a true alchemist, Maxime creates signature and tailor-made cocktails, served with tapas prepared by Eric Frechon, head chef of Le Bristol's three Michelin star Epicure restaurant.

Since its opening in September 2012, Le Bar du Bristol has been pulsating to the rhythm of Parisian nightlife. Elected "Best Luxury Hotel Bar in the World" by Luxury Travel Advisor magazine, Le Bristol has a prime location and refined atmosphere, appealing to a cosmopolitan and trendy clientele. Showcasing a selection of DJs from Thursday to Saturday evenings from 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., the bar offers guests an eclectic combination of electronic sounds and vintage-inspired moods. Le Bar du Bristol is open seven days a week from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m., welcoming Parisians and discerning clients from around the world

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