This December, The House Collective has launched a first-ever collaboration with Baccarat, one of France’s most established artisan of crystal glassware in conjunction with its Harcourt Collection 180th Anniversary, and featured an enchanting celebratory affair showcasing its latest creative endeavours across all four Houses; The Temple House in Chengdu, The Opposite House in Beijing, The Upper House in Hong Kong, and The Middle House in Shanghai just in time for the festive season.
To add some extra glow to your evening, mixologists from all four Houses have created limited-time champagne cocktails, each served in its own Baccarat crystal glass. Head Bartender of Jing William contributed his creativity in designing three champagne based cocktails for you to start a sparkling night. Additionally, Jing at The Temple House is serving the “Harcourt 180” cocktail. Presented in a Harcourt 1841 glass, the Harcourt 180 is currently being served at the Baccarat Maison in Paris to celebrate the 180th anniversary of the famed crystal glassware collection.
From a stunning Baccarat B Bar to a crystal glass cocktail menu at Jing, we are sure to leave a twinkle in your eye.
Nothing quite gets the festive spirit going like a warm flicker of light on a cold winter night. From now to 10 January 2022, with the Baccarat collection at The House Collective, enjoy expertly crafted cocktails from fine artisan crystal glassware and bring a sparkling touch to your holiday season.
The Temple House
No. 81 Bitieshi Street,
Jinjiang District, Chengdu,
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