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L'Or de Jean Martell is the precisous union of over 400 extremely rare eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne and Borderies, some over a century old, served in a hand-crafted crystal decanter.

Product History
Founded in 1715, Martell is the oldest of the great Cognac Houses. The elegance, complexity and balance of Martell style are the result of a unique savoir-faire: the distillation of clear wines only and the ageing of its eaux-de-vie in fine-grain oak barrels.

RM21,009.13

Martell Cordon Bleu was created in 1912 by Edouard Martell, the great-grandson of the founder. Named after the blue ribbon, which is an international emblem of excellence, it was destined to be one of a kind: a new quality of cognac to be served in the world’s leading hotels and restaurants; a cognac to delight even the most demanding connoisseurs. More than a century later, it is widely regarded as one of the finest cognacs in the world.

Product History 
artell Cordon Bleu was created in 1912 by Edouard Martell, the great-grandson of the founder. Named after the blue ribbon which is an international emblem of excellence, it was destined to be one of a kind: a new quality of cognac to be served in the world’s leading hotels and restaurants; a cognac to delight even the most demanding connoisseurs. More than a century later, it is widely regarded as one of the finest cognacs in the world.
Remarkable for its richness, elegance and finesse, Martell Cordon Bleu is a masterful blend of more than 100 eaux-de-vie. Its lusciously full, floral aromas are the result of rare eaux-de-vie
from the small Borderies cru, which represents just 5% of cognac vineyards. Emblematic of the Martell style, Martell Cordon Bleu is not only an authentic expression of the Borderies,
but also a symbol of Maison Martell’s savoir-faire and attachment to its terroir.

RM850.55

Martell Cordon Bleu was created in 1912 by Edouard Martell, the great-grandson of the founder. Named after the blue ribbon, which is an international emblem of excellence, it was destined to be one of a kind: a new quality of cognac to be served in the world’s leading hotels and restaurants; a cognac to delight even the most demanding connoisseurs. More than a century later, it is widely regarded as one of the finest cognacs in the world.

Product History
Martell Cordon Bleu was created in 1912 by Edouard Martell, the great-grandson of the founder. Named after the blue ribbon which is an international emblem of excellence, it was destined to be one of a kind: a new quality of cognac to be served in the world’s leading hotels and restaurants; a cognac to delight even the most demanding connoisseurs. More than a century later, it is widely regarded as one of the finest cognacs in the world.
Remarkable for its richness, elegance and finesse, Martell Cordon Bleu is a masterful blend of more than 100 eaux-de-vie. Its lusciously full, floral aromas are the result of rare eaux-de-vie
from the small Borderies cru, which represents just 5% of cognac vineyards. Emblematic of the Martell style, Martell Cordon Bleu is not only an authentic expression of the Borderies,
but also a symbol of Maison Martell’s savoir-faire and attachment to its terroir.

RM4,323.42

Martell Chanteloup Perspective, A supreme demonstration of the Cellar Master’s art of blending, it is also the essence of the Martell style, in which the personalities and complexities of different crus ideally complement each other. An outstanding cognac with luscious notes of honey, peach, apricot, fig and dried fruit, and a lovely lingering finish. An exceptional blend of 450 rare eaux-de-vie drawn from the four most prestigious cognac crus.

Product History 
Martell, the oldest of the great Cognac houses, was founded by Jean Martell in 1715 at the height of French Art de Vivre, when gastronomy, taste and craftsmanship were celebrated and enjoyed with style. These became the three pillars of the House of Martell and remain intrinsic to the Martell vision today. Since 1715, Martell has produced, exported and marketed cognacs which are recognized worldwide for their outstanding quality and finesse, obtained through double distillation of exclusively clear wines and aging in fine-grainedoak barrels.

Tasting Note 
Color: A rich amber colour with shimmering highlights.
Nose: Luscious aromas of honey, vine peach and apricot, complemented by notes of fig, almonds and walnuts.
Taste: Intense fruity aromas predominate amid an impression of fullness, balance, power and elegance, which continues into a remarkably long finish.

RM1,937.10

Grand Brut has a brisk freshness and a generous balance with aromas of white flowers and yellow fruits. A perfect introduction to the floral, stylish and diamond-cut style of the House of Perrier-Jouët.

Product History
Maison Perrier-Jouët is a Champagne House founded in Epernay in 1811 by Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët. Down the decades, this heritage was enriched with discernment and precision, based on the style the family wished to adopt for its wines. The excellence of the raw materials has always been a major preoccupation, and particular attention is given to the noble chardonnays, which lend such particular character to the House wines. A refined and subtle blend of charm and elegance. The multiple facets of each wine reveal a broad aromatic palette and a subtle persistence. Floral, stylish and diamond-cut: the hallmark of wines from the House of Perrier-Jouët. An exceptional vineyard, giving the chardonnays, that are predominant in the House's champagnes, all the richness of their floral aroma. A style passed down through the years, in the secrecy of the House Cellars by the Cellar Master, expert in their craftsmanship.

RM414.89

A true icon and a masterpiece of blending – a rare and elegant champagne that celebrates the art of vintage and the excellence of the Perrier-Jouët vineyard. Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque is an icon of the House, rare and elegant champagne that celebrates the art of vintage and the excellence of the Perrier-Jouët vineyard. It is also the original Belle Epoque cuvée to appear adorned with the legendary white Japanese anemone motif illustrated for the House in 1902 by Emile Gallé, a master of Art Nouveau.

Product History
A mild winter was followed by a cool, wet spring which resulted in the late blooming of the vines between 16th and 21st June 2012. The summer was hot and bathed in sunshine from mid-July all the way until the end of the harvest, favouring the maturity of the grapes. The rain only returned at the end of the harvest period. These excellent conditions produced an ideal balance between sugar and acidity, resulting in a wine of exceptional harmony, with great energy, character and potential.

Vineyard History
A vineyard of 65Ha ranked at 99,2% on the Grand Cru scale
Five main « crus » featured in all Perrier-Jouët’s cuvées :
• Cramant (27Ha) & Avize (9Ha) in the Côte des Blancs, Chardonnay, 100% Grand Cru more than half of the Perrier-Jouët vineyard bring finesse and the typical floral notes (white flowers) style as well as length thanks to an optimum mid-hillside sunlight exposition.
• Mailly (9Ha) in the North of the Montagne de Reims, Pinot Noir: it brings power and elegance (less heavy than those from Bouzy or Ambonnay) through little red fruit notes.
• Ay (10Ha) & Dizy (10Ha), in the Vallée de la Marne, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier
• The Pinot Noir from Aÿ bring elegance through its fresh fruits notes
•The Pinot Meunier from Dizy (rated at 95%), located on the right bank of the Marne Vallée, brings roundness benefiting from warmer temperature than those from the Ardre Vallée. They bring generosity and are the bridge between Chardonnays and Pinots Noirs.

Tasting Note

•Rich aromas of white flowers combine with white-fleshed fruit and delicious notes of honey.

• Delicacy, harmony and elegance combine on the palate, culminating in a long, expansive finish.

• Ideally paired with sole, young turnips and white peaches.

RM1,067.46

Blason Rosé is a rich, full-bodied wine presenting a polished harmony of red-berry, pomegranate and blood-orange aromas punctuated by subtle floral notes. A champagne that blends freshness and intensity.

Product History
Each cuvée is minutely crafted, like silk lace, unveiling the floral, stylish and diamond-cut style of the House.

Maison Perrier-Jouët is a Champagne House founded in Epernay in 1811 by Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët. Down the decades, this heritage was enriched with discernment and precision, based on the style the family wished to adopt for its wines. The excellence of the raw materials has always been a major preoccupation, and particular attention is given to the noble chardonnays, which lend such particular character to the House wines. A refined and subtle blend of charm and elegance. The multiple facets of each wine reveal a broad aromatic palette and a subtle persistence. Floral, stylish and diamond-cut: the hallmark of wines from the House of Perrier-Jouët. An exceptional vineyard, giving the chardonnays, that are predominant in the House's champagnes, all the richness of their floral aroma. A style passed down through the years, in the secrecy of the House Cellars by the Cellar Master, expert in their craftsmanship.

RM390.77

This champagne is a brightly sparkling, light golden yellow liquid with an abundance of fine and elegant bubbles. The nose reveals initial aromas of ripe fresh fruit (white and yellow peaches, apricots), tropical notes (lychee and pineapple). It then opens up with the fragrance of vanilla before developing notes of milky caramel, breadcrumbs and yeast, culminating in aromas of dried fruit and honey. An explosion of freshness in the mouth, followed by strong persistence. The complex aromas of fresh fruit and caramel perpetuate the intensity.

Product History 
In 1876, as a tribute to some of their most prestigious clients, Mumm decorated a few of their bottles with a crossed red silk ribbon (a reference to the Legion of Honour) and sealed them with an oval label. The success of Cordon Rouge was established…

Consumption Tips
Ideal as an aperitif and beyond, Mumm Cordon Rouge works as well as an accompaniment to white meat, as it does to fish or fine cured meats (Italian ham, smoked duck breast).
Mumm's champagne rituals introduce 21st-century devotees to new ways of enjoying champagne. This cuvée fully expresses its aromas and structure when served at 8°C.

RM275.91

Like Mumm Cordon Rouge, the Mumm Rosé cuvée is blended from 77 crus. This champagne has a relatively pale salmon pink colour with light orange highlights and abundant bubbles that explode to create a fine and lively head. A mid aromas of fruits of the forest and pink grapefruit, individual hints of strawberry, cherry and redcurrant dominate and expand into delicate scents of caramelised vanilla. A lively, dynamic attack reminiscent of fruits of the forest, and a freshness that is elegant, fine and subtle

Product History
Known as the “Royal Rose”, Mumm’s Le Rosé is a tribute to the elegant Royal Courts of Europe and the inimitable style of the House. Mumm's very first rosé champagne was made in the 1860s. A century later, Mumm Rosé adopted a now-famous design: a rose, painted in watercolour by the great Japanese artist and friend of the House, Léonard Foujita. When opening a bottle of Mumm Rosé, the wine lover will be surprised to discover a beautifully drawn rose. Like an ornamental seal guaranteeing the authenticity of the cuvée, it is still present on the cap of the bottle.

Consumption Tips
Although traditionally served with red fruit desserts or pink biscuits of Reims, this delicious champagne is particularly enjoyable served chilled as an aperitif. It is a brut wine that can be enjoyed throughout the meal.Mumm's champagne rituals introduce 21st-century devotees to new ways of enjoying champagne. This cuvée is a perfect accompaniment to smoked salmon, taramasalata and high-quality ham. Mumm Rosé is served between 6°C-8°C

RM379.67

Beefeater London Dry has a remarkably clean flavour, with a bold juniper character that is balanced with strong citrus notes, making it the perfect gin to enjoy with the tonic of your choice.

Product History
Beefeater London Dry was born and bred in the heart of London where it still remains after over 150 years. As the Spirit of London, Beefeater has absorbed the city’s creativity and energy letting it seep into its soul.

RM213.48

This anise-based spirit is still made using Paul Ricard’s original recipe, which has remained a secret since 1932.

Product History
It all began in Marseille in the 1930s, when Paul Ricard, a wine-merchant’s son, dreamt of finding a formula “that would meet everyone’s tastes”. In 1932, he finally had his recipe, declaring “It shall be called Ricard, the real pastis from Marseille!”

RM120.58

Fruit from a tree cultivated in Northern Vietnam and the southern provinces of China, star anis goes wonderfully with the essences of aromatic plants obtained through distilling.

Product History
In 1805, Henri Louis Pernod founded the first French Absinthe Distillery in Pontarlier. From the first Maison Pernod-Fils distillery to the infamous absinthe ban, La Belle Epoque to the re-discovery of the original recipe, the rich history of the Maison Pernod spans more than two centuries. In 1926 The Pernod brand comes back to life with a aniseed spirit at 40°, that replaced absinthe and is still produced to this day. PERNOD CLASSIC WAS BORN.

RM185.74

Malibu is an original Caribbean coconut rum, that was born and lives in a place where the spirit of summer shines all year round. This gives Malibu a refreshing taste and makes it an easy to drink and mix product.

Product History
Nothing beats an original, and Malibu is not only an original, it is the world’s best-selling Caribbean rum with natural coconut flavor. The taste of Malibu is sunshine in a bottle - smooth, fresh coconut flavor with a sweet finish - perfect for bringing the sun-kissed island to anytime. Malibu has a full, rounded coconut aroma, lightly toasted, and a creamy meaty coconut taste with vanilla custard notes. The body is full and creamy with a soft warming rum taste and a lasting silky finish. This gives Malibu a refreshing taste and makes it an easy to drink and mix product.

RM188.12

Originating in Mexico, Kahlúa has become the number one selling coffee liqueur in the world. Since 1936 Kahlua stands for a rich heritage, full of diversity and color; something truly unique. Its deep brown color is attractive and deep. Kahlúa original offers enticing scents of bittersweet coffee bean and roasted chest-nut and multilayered flavors of black coffee and sweet butter.

Product History
We've all had those evenings when your friend Steve enthusiastically cries out "Let's open a bar!". The day after though, you return to your day job. The story of Kahlúa begins in 1936 when four men all said "screw that day job" and actually went with it. One of the guys had a great idea, two of them forked out rich and tasteful arabica coffee, the fourth was a chemist who turned the idea into reality. Kahlúa is crafted from the finest ingredients that grows side by side in rural Veracruz, Mexico. The actual word Kahlúa has ties to ancient arabic languages and is said to be slang for coffee. Yes, there was already street lingo in the 30's. Kahlúa is not just a regular coffee liqueur brand; it’s a brand with a pretty random but exciting history. And that's because we keep on saying "screw it and let's do it" to things that are worth trying. so... Enjoy our great classic drinks. Because we all know, a good story never starts with salad. Cheers!

Tasting Note 
Its deep brown color is attractive and deep. Kahlúa Original offers enticing scents of bittersweet coffee bean and roasted chest-nut and multilayered flavors of black coffee and sweet butter.

RM188.12

Havana Club Unión is a truly prestige rum conceived to be the perfect match for a Cuban cigar. Made from a selection of small batches of rare rums repeatedly aged and blended, Havana Club Unión is the perfect blend of Cuban heritage, tradition and know-how. Havana Club Unión has a creamy texture and full-bodied flavour which recalls the classic Cohiba Siglo VI cigar.

Product History
Havana Club is the authentic rum of Cuba. It traces its roots back to Cuba in 1878 when José Arechabala founded his Distillery in on the Northern coast of the island. He produced a ‘Ron Viejo Superior’ which would later be developed into a very special brand called Havana Club. Nowadays, Havana Club offers a diverse range of rums, from white to dark aged. Havana Club Unión is the product of a collaboration between Havana Club's Maestro Ronero Asbel Morales and the Cigar sommelier Fernando Fernandez Milian. Launched globally in 2015, Havana Club Unión is a prestige rum created to be paired with a Cohiba Siglo VI cigar.

Tasting Note
Colour: An impressively deep amber glow as testiment to its long natural ageing.
Nose: An intense and rich aroma that balances the oak and smoke with citrus, coconut and dried fruits and coffee.
Taste: A soft wood flavor accented with vanilla, chocolate and dried fruit.
Finish: A very rich, aromatic finish.

RM1,946.31