While the weather is still a little on the chilly side in Paris, nothing beats settling into the warm and stylish setting of the Charles, the bar of the Hotel Burgundy. Here, you will find a selection of signature or classic cocktails and mocktails to warm up your evening. Read on for an overview of the delights offered by our Chef Barman Fabien Hideux…
A passion for the product
To put together the new cocktail menu for the Bar Charles of the Hotel Le Burgundy, our specialist Fabien Hideux combined two approaches. The first was to make a return to basics by offering classic cocktails that are sometimes overlooked, and the second involved extremely selective and careful sourcing to ensure that only the finest spirits from around the world and high-quality seasonal ingredients are used. That’s why the menu has such delights as nuts and artichoke, tea and pear, which sublimate the Romanov vodka, Hexagone gin and London Essence soft drinks.
Some deliciously tempting ideas…
This winter, why not opt for the sweet and warm flavours of Coffee N Tabacco. Combining the warmth of Tequila Vecindad, tobacco liqueur and coffee, this original cocktail is sweetened with dulce de lecche and spiced up with a hint of Amaro liqueur. Also an ideal choice for the end of winter, the Armin Julep blends Armagnac, chestnut, pear and cumin. Or you might prefer timeless and too often overlooked classics such as the Rob Roy, Mary Pickford or Brooklyn. Too early in the day for alcohol? Taste our mocktails. The Djin Gimlet will bewitch you with its blend of gin and lime cordial, while the Paloma combines the tangy appeal of London Essence grapefruit and finger lime distillate.
The Hotel Le Burgundy invites you to enjoy its Michelin-starred restaurant Le Baudelaire as well as its Charles bar. While relaxing in a refined and intimate setting, you are invited to discover a selection of cocktails and mocktails that are perfect for the end of winter...
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Le Burgundy Paris, a 5-star hotel that combines the excellence and discretion of its service, with the contemporary atmosphere of its eclectic decor.