One of the world’s oldest cognac houses, Martell is celebrating a major milestone – their 300th Anniversary! In partnership with the Singapore’s gastronomy festival, the World Gourmet Summit Martell will present A STARS Celebration — Four Hands Dinner featuring three Michelin-starred chef Christophe Muller (from L’Auberge du Pont de Collonges of the Paul Bocuse Group) and Singapore-based chef Julien Royer (chef de cuisine of JAAN at Swissôtel the Stamford). The dinner will take place on April 24 at JAAN, Swissotel the Stamford and guests will be treated to the best of French cuisine.
Martell will explore Asian flavors with their Pure Gourmet Tasting Dinner featuring Ken Ling & Susur Lee. In a bid to showcase the natural pairing between Chinese cuisine and Martell cognacs, ingredients have been thoughtfully chosen to enhance the flavors and textures of each dish, while complementing the cognacs. The Martell Pure Gourmet Tasting Dinner featuring Ken Ling & Susur Lee will take place on April 25 at Tong Le Private Dining.
Martell exclusives like the Limited Edition Martell Cordon Bleu and the Martell XO Exclusive Tricentenaire Edition will be paired with the fine food at these dinners. Additionally, the House of Martell has re-released a limited-edition bottle and blend titled Cordon Bleu ‘A Tribute to Martell’s 300 year anniversary’. This exceptional blend was matured in barrels crafted from a 300-year-old tree and is presented in a modern interpretation of the classic Martell XO decanter. Alongside this is an exclusive Martell Tricentenary blend presented in a 10cl montre (a miniature bottle which distillers traditionally present their samples in).
Martell will also have the privilege of being the presenter for the Martell Asian Restaurant of the Year (Regional), a competition category in the annual Awards of Excellence as part of the World Gourmet Summit.
One Martell XO Exclusive Tricentenaire Edition will be auctioned during the World Gourmet Summit Charity Gala Dinner, to raise funds for the Community Chest, Singapore.
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