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Join Rémy Martin this Cognac Cocktail Weekend as they take a tasty tour around London, showcasing what is great about this delicious French spirit. From teaming up with some of London's top bars to offer special Cognac cocktails, to their much-anticipated return to the Cognac Show - in the form of an experiential room filled to wow your senses - plus there's even a 'bar of contrasts' party set across two stories in West Hampstead.

Rémy Martin are the only major Cognac house specialising exclusively in Cognac Fine Champagne, first created in 1830, their Cognac has stood the test of time and this Cognac Cocktail Weekend they'll be showcasing just that. From their winegrowing origins, their family legacy, their choice of Fine Champagne and with a style based on harmony, they are rooted in exception.

Take a look at how you can experience Rémy Martin this Cognac Cocktail Weekend and turn the ordinary into a celebration! 


Rémy Martin returns bigger and better to this year's Cognac Show, with an experiential room filled to wow your senses. You can expect food pairings to tickle your taste buds and explore the complexities of Rémy Martin's portfolio of Fine Champagne Cognacs. Experience the different aromas and changing flavour sensations when tasted with some aged parmesan cheese, freshly shaved bellota ham or chocolates.

Also playing on your sense of taste, vision and hearing, they invite you to experience the Rémy Martin mixed reality concepts through their Microsoft HoloLens. You'll get to interact with specially created holograms to learn their story, from the Champagne grapes to the secret that is in their soil - all while enjoying a delicious glass of Cognac.

The Rémy Martin Room will be open from 26-27 April. Please note you will need a ticket to The Cognac Show to visit this pop-up.


Bath’s clandestine cocktail bar, The Hideout are coming to London for a special Cognac Cocktail Weekend bar takeover at Heads & Tails in West Hampstead, with a special appearance from Rémy Martin's Brand Ambassador.

The two-storey bar, from two of the capital’s finest mixologists will be transformed into a 'bar of contrasts', serving both sides of the cocktail coin. Both the upstairs and downstairs bars will each serve a dedicated Rémy Martin cocktail menu, priced at £6 each (with your Festival Pass), for one night only on Sunday 28th April.


La Maison Rémy Martin at Claude Bosi will be offering the perfect refreshment for a mellow spring evening, the Rémy Martin residency bar at Bibendum will offer one of its favourite cocktails for £6 to all Festival Pass holders, to celebrate Cognac Cocktail Weekend. The bar focuses on Rémy Martin cocktails with expertly crafted food pairings by chef Bosi, helping guests to enjoy Rémy Martin Cognac Fine Champagne alongside delicious food.

undefinedROSEMARY COLLINS (£6 with your Festival Pass) - Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal, rosemary soda, garnished with a fresh rosemary spring and a lemon wedge and is best enjoyed when paired with the lobster bao.

Marylebone favourite, FAM Bar have collaborated with the team at the Little Red Door in Paris to come up with their cocktail. Each bar has chosen two ingredients they feel best represent their venue and city, whilst also bringing together the subtle complexity of Rémy Martin 1738.

undefinedHIGGLEDY-PIGGLEDY (£6 with your Festival Pass) - Rémy 1738, fino sherry, amber vermouth and aperitivo rested with lemon thyme.  


Following Rémy Martin’s vision to unite and celebrate talent, the bar team at Rosewood’s iconic Scarfes Bar embarked on a journey to Cognac earlier this year to create their cocktail. Inspired by the town of Cognac, as well as Louis Armstrong and the jazz sound of New Orleans.

undefinedCRESCENT CITY CRUSTA (£18) - Rémy Martin 1738, pandan, banana vinegar & verjus.

The cocktail at Nightjar is reminiscent of the blooming season in spring and is both incredibly light and fresh whilst also indulgent. The soothing, light and fresh notes perfectly complement the mellow and well-rounded notes of Remy Martin 1738. Its not what people would expect from a Cognac cocktail, but perfect for this season using so many fresh floral flavours from the lavender, muscat, chrysanthemum and dahlia.

undefinedAMBROSIA (£12)Rémy Martin 1738, lavender hydrosol, barka muscat eau de vie, chrysanthemum & dahlia honegar, bubbles and freshly squeezed lemon juice. 

The Edition Hotel & Berners Tavern are taking inspiration from one of the beautiful oil paintings adorning Berners Tavern dining room at the Edition Hotel. Their cocktail has quickly become a new highlight on the after-dark cocktail menu.

undefinedSYMMETRICAL SUNSET (£14) - Rémy Martin 1738, palo cortado sherry, rose syrup and rhubarb amaro. 

For a light and fruity pick-me up, head to Mortimer House Kitchen to taste their Cognac Cocktail Weekend drink - a cocktail created to celebrate the first birthday of Mortimer House.

undefinedMASLOW'S OBSESSION (£13) - Rémy Martin VSOP, cranberry, lemon and vin brulé. 

You'll find a delicious and zingy cocktail at the Devonshire Club, where the bar manager developed this cocktail under the motto - ‘Cognac doesn’t mean neat, as long as you have the best’.

undefinedTHE BEST OF COGNAC (£8) - Rémy Martin 1738, Persimmon Liqueur, Mandarin Napoleon, Sugar Syrup and Orange Bitter, served with dehydrated orange slices on the side.

For this Cognac Cocktail Weekend cocktail, the bar team at sketch wanted to create a tasty Cognac highball with a Japanese influence. It's a beautifully balanced cocktail, tying together strength, exotic sweetness and citrus notes, as well as being low-ABV.

undefinedCROUCHING CENTAUR, HIDDEN DRAGON (£17) - Rémy Martin VSOP cognac, Cointreau Blood Orange, tropical tea syrup, yuzu, soda water, Mount Gay Black Barrel rum float.

The Blind Pig above Social Eating House is excitingly bringing back a spring-inspired favourite from a previous menu this Cognac Cocktail Weekend.

undefinedABC FIZZ (£11) - Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal, fennel seed infused French Vermouth, carrot and beetroot syrup, lemon juice, apple, celeriac and egg white.