The Dalmore Highland Single Malt has partnered with three of the world’s leading names in luxury hospitality to showcase the exceptional passion, dedication and skill that is required to create exemplary experiences.
The new series of short films from The Dalmore unveil bespoke whisky creations by Clement Emery of Lolabar at Hôtel Banke, Yann Daniel of Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme and Gilles Dubreuil of Apicius - three of Paris’s most renowned establishments.
Released today, the first in the series of Paris films features Clément Emery (F&B manager) of Lolabar at Hôtel Banke explaining the art of impeccable service while creating his signature cocktail using The Dalmore.
The Dalmore Master Distiller Richard Paterson explained the union between the award winning Highland Single Malt and the leading names in service and hospitality, "At The Dalmore we have been going above and beyond to create remarkable whiskies for more than 175 years.
“We pride ourselves in working with some of the most recognisable hotels, bars and restaurants in the world, and seek out those who share our passion and values to create exquisite products and experiences that are in demand by some of the most discerning consumers. These short films epitomise the care and attention given to every detail that makes the end result a work of art."
The latest film from The Dalmore features the creation Old Legends Never Die by Clément Emery of Lolabar at Hôtel Banke. Subsequent releases will illustrate the importance of uniqueness of serve and creating customer experiences that exude the essence of opulence and detail. These will be released on The Dalmore social media channels in January 2016, and build on the success of four videos released in March 2015 which feature a selection of London’s most iconic institutions of luxury.