Moët Hennessy announces the opening of CRAVAN, an unexpected and inspired cocktail destination in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris.

Paris, June 23, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Moët Hennessy today announced the opening of CRAVAN, a unique place to celebrate the French The art of livingExceptional cocktails and culture in the heart of an iconic and literary Parisian district.

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Moët Hennessy is proud to present Craven, its latest venture into luxury hospitality and sophisticated cocktails. A true hidden gem, CRAVAN builds on Moët Hennessy’s Maisons’ decades of knowledge in designing incredible experiences for consumers around the world.

The Craven The art of living A spectacular typical Parisian building from the 17th reveals itself on five floorsTh Century, redesigned by the Belgian designer Ramy Fischler. From tomorrow, consumers will be able to enjoy different environments inspired by art, fashion, cinema or literature at the three cocktail bars and the Rizzoli bookstore managed by CRAVAN. The upper floors feature an invitation-only private atelier and a mini Parisian kiosk located on the building’s rooftop, where films are screened on warm summer nights.

Through CRAVAN, Moët Hennessy shares hospitality, culture and cocktail-making with Parisians and international audiences. CRAVAN also plays an important role in creating an additional bridge to connect directly with consumers through a fresh and elevated cocktail experience.

Philip SchausChairman and CEO of Moët Hennessy said: „Bringing Moët Hennessy’s mission to life, we are proud to open the doors of CRAVAN today: Craft experiences. I am pleased to begin welcoming our guests in the heart of the historic literary neighborhood St. Germain-des-Prés invites them to enter the unique and unique universe of CRAVAN. Celebrating epicureanism through a sustainable, sustainable and inspiring approach to hospitality, Craven is a strategic milestone in Moët Hennessy’s ambition to lead the future of luxury wines and spirits.”

CRAVAN is the story of an unexpected meeting and alliance between Moët Hennessy and renowned restaurateur-turned-historian Franck Audoux, founder and artistic director of CRAVAN. Frank Audoux brings his knowledge of the Parisian hospitality scene and a unique approach to cocktail making that is both scientific and poetic, while Moët Hennessy shares its extensive luxury experience. The art of living and world-renowned wines and spirits. This alliance makes CRAVAN more than a bar: it is above all a place to meet, exchange, think, share, taste and celebrate.

In that spirit, behind the bar is a team of artisans whose dedication and expertise make up Craven’s soul. Free-spirited, ex-craftsmen and women who have retrained as mixologists make it their mission to ensure guests feel welcome at all times.

Craven165 Boulevard St. Germain, Paris 6e. Open Tue-Sat 5 pm to 2 am.

Please drink responsibly.

About Moët Hennessy

Moët Hennessy is the wine and spirits division of LVMH, which also owns the famous wine estates through „LVMH Vins d’Exceptions”. Moët Hennessy is a group of twenty-six maisons recognized internationally for the richness of their terroir, the quality of their products and the craftsmanship with which they are created. Over the years, Moët Hennessy has been committed to its environmental and social program Living Soils Living Together.

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In 2018, Frank Audoux edited „French Modern Cocktails” by Rizzoli NY, a snapshot of cocktails. Paris In the interwar years, he founded CRAVAN, which quickly became a cult cocktail bar that epitomized the essence of Parisian chic. Paris’ 16Th District. Without nostalgia, Frank Audox reinvents classic cocktails and creates signature drinks with extreme attention to detail and a serious attitude.

Named Craven Arthur Craven (1887-1918), a poet and boxer, a well-known devotee of Dadaism and the inspiration of Frank Audox. A „free spirit”, ahead of his time, Craven was highly respected.

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