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Cognac Cocktail Connexion 2014

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October 1, 2014 by Emma Bentley

A series of events in some of Paris’ best cocktail bars all based around Cognac.

Starting in October and carrying on ’til Christmas, here’s the full programme:

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Kicking off on the 23rd October at the bar 123 Sebastopol, the glamourous Mei Ho will be hosting a cinema-themed evening, with an “Electro-Swing” DJ set.

(… what does that actually mean, electro-swing?!…)

Anyway, the more pressing question is: will I see you there…?

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