Enjoy exceptional French heritage in celebration of Bisquit Cognac’s 200-year anniversary

Gemelli in Bryanston will play host to the first Bisquit Cognac pop-up, which will be open to the public for a limited time period.

Guests will be taken on a walk down memory lane through an interactive experience. From its origins in Jarnac, France in 1819, to the search for fine porcelain in China in 1849, its accolades at the World Fair in London in 1862, and its eventual arrival on the shores of Port Elizabeth in 1865, Bisquit Cognac travelled the world with Alexandre Bisquit.

Bisquit Cognacs are well-known for their specific roundness and supple aromas, thanks to the hand-crafted distillation process

Dates and times:

Friday 6 September and Saturday 7 September from 5pm to 10pm


Gemelli,13 Posthouse Link Centre, Main Road, Bryanston, Sandton, 2191

The pop-up offers guests the opportunity to enjoy cognac in a variety of different ways including long drinks, neat and bespoke cocktails that are a twist on classic flavours including the Blueberry Sour, the Golden Twine, the Marshmallow Alex and the Bisquit 200 – all of which are sure to tantalise your tastebuds!

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