Tailored for the inquisitive mind, the dedicated drinker and the man about his spirits, or even an amalgamation of the three, Hennessy grants us a look behind the curtains at their vineyards and cellars from Cognac with their exhibition; Hennessy Declassified, Chapter II. Hosted at Menara Ken TTDI, Kuala Lumpur from the 26th of November to the 1st of December, the second chapter of Hennessy Declassified invites you to demystify popular cognac legends with an engaging digital platform that allows you to experience Hennessy’s historic craftsmanship that has been passed down across generations, as well as an in depth look at the entire cognac-making process.
Prepare for a slew of unforgettable and informative nights with the digitally immersive activities found in the ten fun-filled interactive zones. Don’t forget to embark on a journey through the 1920’s Prohibition era by sneaking into the hidden speakeasy bar for a quick nightcap or two. Acclaimed mixologists David Kit Dave of Nutmeg & Clove, Singapore, and Jamie Rhind of Bamboo Bar, Bangkok, will be attending the exhibition and will be taking over the Hennessy Lounge on separate days, with David Kit Dave, from the 26th to 28th of November and Jamie Rhind from the 29th of November till the 1st of December.
Take your palate on a journey as well with exciting new concoctions of cocktails made with Hennessy’s identity such as “Popping Grenade” which comes with Hennessy V.S.O.P, pomegranate mint & ginger chutney, chocolate bitters and lemon, or maybe even something a bit more vegan-friendly with the “Birds, Bess and The Trees,” that comes with bee pollen, safflower, sunflower seeds and of course, Hennessy V.S.O.P. The second chapter of “Hennessy Declassified” not only introduces and inducts you into the amazing Hennessy lifestyle, but allows you to explore the world of cognac through a whole new perspective.
Available only through winning tickets for this invite-only affair, register here, and visit their Facebook and Website for more information on their social media contest. Because a cognac this good, is worth the gamble with lady luck.