Rémy Martin teams up with a collective of Latino curators to celebrate the tradition of Sobremesa

NEW YORK, NY— Rémy Martin teams up with chef and TV personality Alejandra Ramos, interior designer and lifestyle expert Evette Ríos, and mixologist Alex Valencia to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and honor the Latino tradition of Sobremesa, a post-modern tradition food that embraces people’s appreciation and time. Together, Alejandra and Alex will create an array of innovative and hearty Latin American-inspired dishes and cocktails that pay tribute to Sobremesa. Evette Ríos will share her style, decor and fun home tips to celebrate the ritual of Sobremesa with family and friends.

Rémy Martin remains at the forefront of momentous occasions that bring people together to create deep-seated connections. Rémy Martin has appointed the global creative agency Fred & Farid to enhance the Latino-artistic culture, personality and passion of the present talents with dynamic and eye-catching film. Paying tribute to the rich and diverse Latino culture, the film was designed by an all-Latin cast of creative directors, illustrators, animators and a production team. Created by Colombian illustrator, animator and motion designer Jhony Trujillo, the animation was inspired by visual references to create pattern illustrations and animations. The film features various art media, styles and cultures inspired by art, illustration and craft, depicted from the diverse Latino countries around the world.

With almost 300 years of excellence in production of Cognac Fine Champagne and symbolizing the diversity of craft and tradition, Rémy Martin honors the cultures of excellence through the ritual of Sobremesa, inviting us all to reflect, embrace cultural curiosities and ideologies and to share with our friends and loved one and celebrate what we bring to the table together.

To capture the essence of Sobremesa, Rémy Martin will bring the collaboration to life with curated craft cocktails created by mixologist Alex Valencia. Alex Valencia’s Rémy Martin-inspired cocktails highlight the luscious and complex flavor profiles of Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal and Rémy Martin Tercet. Made with Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal, the Rémy Coquito is sweetened with the richness of condensed milk, delicious coconut cream and evaporated milk; topped with the warm, floral notes of vanilla extract and topped with grated cinnamon and nutmeg. The Tercet Tropical, made with Rémy Martin Tercet, is infused with vibrant and fertile notes of pineapple, apricot-vanilla jam and lime juice; topped with dehydrated pineapple, lighting a new path for cognac drinkers with its unique blend of exotic and elegant aromas.

“As a Latina, my heritage and culture inform and influence every aspect of my work. I have fond memories of the time I spent at the table with family and friends. Food connects us all, and every dish I make is personalized, made with love and tells a story,” said Alejandra Ramos, TV Personality and Chef. “A great meal deserves to be paired with a lofty cocktail experience. I am delighted to be working with Rémy Martin, whose versatile and unique flavor profiles complement the aromatic, savory and delicious culinary influences of Latin American cuisine.”

“Our homes are where we share and pass on family traditions and legacies. Working with Rémy Martin to create a thoughtful, interactive and vibrant atmosphere aligned with the celebration of my Latino heritage is a proud moment for me.” explained Evette Ríos, interior designer. “My Puerto Rican roots have played a huge part in shaping the person I am today. I’m excited to be part of an occasion that champions Latino art, architecture, food, music and conversation.”

“Rémy Martin is committed to celebrating beloved, time-honored traditions that bring people together around the table. We are proud to partner with creative talents highly regarded in their communities to nurture the cultures of excellence through the ritual of Sobremesa,” said Tina Reejsinghani, Vice President, Rémy Martin Americas. “Preserving moments anchored in craftsmanship, unity and gastronomy are values ​​and principles we stand for passionately.”

Rémy Martin continues to embrace the history and traditions of excellence that form a community of interconnected cultures through its “Team Up For Excellence” initiative, highlighting respected talents within the culinary landscape. Past collaborations include Diana Dávila, Executive Chef and Owner of Mi Tocaya Antojeria, Stephen “Chef Papi” Rodriguez, Chef and Founder of CHEF PAPI INC, Top Chef Contestant and Food & Wine Executive Producer, Chef Kwame Onwuachi, and Danielle Chang of LUCKYRICE.

To bring the taste of Sobremesa to cocktail aficionados across the country, Rémy Martin will join forces with Cocktail Courier to create seasonal and fresh Latin-inspired cocktails representative of the classics.

Instilling a sense of unity and cozy exchange around the table, the Rémy Martin Sangria kit will be available from September 15 to October 15 at a suggested retail price of $89.99 for the first 50 kits and $119.99 thereafter. A festive favorite of Puerto Rican origin, the Rémy Coquito is usually made at home using a recipe passed down from generation to generation. The Rémy Coquito kit will be available from October 15 to November 15 for a suggested retail price of $84.99. Both kits will be available on Rémy Martin’s website and cocktailcourier.com.

About Remy Martin

Since 1724, the House of Rémy Martin has been producing first-class spirits that always appeal to the most discerning gourmets in the world. A deep love for the land, a continuity of family ownership and a passionate commitment to excellence have sustained Rémy Martin for nearly three centuries. As a result of its masterful production and generations of tradition in Cognac, the House of Rémy Martin today produces Fine Champagne Cognacs, including Rémy Martin XO, Rémy Martin Tercet, Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal and Rémy Martin VSOP

About Alejandra Ramos

Alejandra Ramos is known for her lively, playful culinary outlook and her passion for style both in and out of the kitchen. A native New Yorker of Puerto Rican descent, her Latina heritage takes pride in her work and offers a fresh and authentic perspective across platforms. Alejandra’s upbeat approach to food is featured regularly on NBC’s TODAY Show, where she appears as a contributor and host of the NEW PBS series, The Great American Recipe. In addition to TODAY Show, Alejandra is a co-host of the TODAY Food All-Stars cooking show on the streaming network Peacock, and a regular writer for TODAY’s digital site, contributing recipes and essays on a variety of food and culture topics.

About Alex Valencia

Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, Alex started his career in the service industry in 2003 and has dedicated his career to his true passion: mixology. He has collaborated with some of New York City’s top-rated mixologists. Alex has received prestigious awards from publications such as The New York Times, New York Magazine and The New Yorker, as well as appearances on television such as ABC7, FOX Weather News and more; for his achievements in developing cocktail programs for many establishments. Alex was named one of New York’s top bartenders in Time Out in 2015 and has published original recipes in cocktail books. Alex is the founder of two upscale cocktail bars and a Mexican restaurant on the Lower East Side of Manhattan & Greenwich Village, La Contenta NYC.

About Evette Rios

Evette Ríos is an American bilingual lifestyle expert, writer, television host, designer and native New Yorker of Puerto Rican descent. Ríos is a host of Home.Made.Nation on A&E Networks and a contributor to the Today Show that regularly shares holiday design ideas, crafts, and gifts. She was previously the host of the Facebook Live series “Slice”, where she received more than 1 million views over her first four 15-minute episodes. She is a contributing design expert to the Daytime Emmy award-winning Rachael Ray. Her design work has appeared in House Beautiful, Better Homes and Gardens, Elle Décor and Architectural Digest. She is known for her clever hands-on advice, creative crafts and dramatic room makeovers. Her Puerto Rican roots, love of travel, and years of mentorship with some of NYC’s top architects and designers have inspired and influenced her work.

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