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The Dalmore launches Parisian luxury film trilogy

Published:  17 December, 2015

The Dalmore Highland Single Malt has launched the first in a series of three films in partnership with luxury Paris hotels.

The film features Clément Emery, food and beverages manager of Lolabar at the five-star Hôtel Banke, discussing his Old Legends Never Die signature cocktail, created using The Dalmore.

It is available to view online here.

Richard Paterson, The Dalmore's master distiller, said: "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."  

Opened in 2009 in a refurbished Belle Epoque building that formerly housed a bank, the Hôtel Banke is situated in the Opéra district in Paris's ninth arrondissement.

Future films in the series will feature Yann Daniel of Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme and Gilles Dubreuil of Apicius.

They will be released on The Dalmore's social media channels in January 2016.

Founded in 1839, The Dalmore Highlands' distillery has some of the oldest whisky stocks in the world.

It is owned by White and Mackay, which was purchased last year by the Philippine-based Emperador group.