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Social Club Saigon launches new fragrance cocktails

Update: September, 14/2018 - 07:00
Yvress - a creation n the new cocktail list crafted with a blend of vintage and French-chic modernity. — Photo courtesy of Hôtel des Arts Saigon
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HCM CITY — The stylish and sassy Social Club Saigon of the Hôtel des Arts Saigon has introduced its new cocktail list crafted with a blend of vintage and French-chic modernity, inspired by the perfume notes of YSL Beauty fragrance.

This collaboration between the two luxury artsy brands awaits huge excitement from discerning customers.

In every city with an MGallery hotel, there is a significant mixology component that awakens your senses and leaves you mesmerising about the place. The concept behind this new cocktail list has been inspired by YSL Beauty perfumes representing young, edgy, luxury and an unique aroma.

Eight French Classic fragrances have been reproduced with their tasting notes to seduce “Her & Him” by the Sài Gòn City light. Each cocktail has its own character that will suit each guest’s personal preference. MGallery Brand is celebrating its 10 year anniversary and this mixology event is part of the global scaled attention that pays tribute to the celebration.

Social Club Restaurant & Rooftop Bar is on the 23rd floor, bringing a new sense of sophistication and swagger to the city.

Conceived by the internationally-acclaimed Super Potato design firm of Japan, Social Club’s gorgeous interior is reminiscent of Europe in the 1930s. Here guests can enjoy delicious casual European cuisine, paired with an array of spirits, fine wine and champagne, as well as artful, handcrafted cocktails from the stunning Victorian vintage oak wood bar. The alchemy of Social Club Restaurant extends to the stylish Social Club Rooftop Bar, an outdoor lounge one floor above Social Club Restaurant, featuring breathtaking views of the city. – VNS

Manifesto. — Photo courtesy of Hôtel des Arts Saigon
L’Homme. — Photo courtesy of Hôtel des Arts Saigon
Black Opium. — Photo courtesy of Hôtel des Arts Saigon

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