Celebrate Mid Autumn Festival From Home With Hennessy

That time of the year is here again, a celebration of togetherness, the Mid-Autumn Festival. Amidst the pandemic, staying at home has become a norm, but this doesn’t stop us from coming together. 

This Mid-Autumn Festival, Hennessy celebrates precious moments in the true spirit of togetherness with seasonal gifts and special offers. These include Hennessy infused mooncakes by local restaurant, Skillet KL, which can be enjoyed in various ways, be it between family, friends or couples, to fit the occasion. 

Celebrate Mid Autumn Festival From Home With Hennessy
Celebrate Mid Autumn Festival From Home With Hennessy


“Although Malaysians will celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival this year at home, there is no reason to enjoy this special moment any less. With a little inspiration and creativity, we believe there are many ways we can stay connected with our loved ones to ensure they feel appreciated through these times,” said Thomas Bouleuc, Managing Director of Moet Hennessy Diageo (MHD) Singapore Malaysia

In celebration of the spirit of togetherness this season, Hennessy invites consumers to discover unique ways to enjoy Hennessy V.S.O.P and Hennessy X.O alongside the flavours of mooncakes, enjoyed with their loved ones.

 

The special Hennessy Mid-Autumn Festival package and mooncakes are available for purchase at selected key retail outlets and e-retail partners.  Whether enjoyed at home or gifted to loved ones, these packages truly promote the spirit of togetherness this season, no matter near or far. 

 

Make the little shared moments this special season count to cherish the various ways we can show love and appreciation to each other. Hennessy is with you, as always. 

For exciting cocktail recipes you can try at home, check out the hashtags #HennessyMY #HennessyWithYouAlways on Instagram or connect with Hennessy through Hennessy Malaysia Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/HennessyMalaysia 

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  1. I used to buy duty-free those days when I used to travel overseas. I wonder if there are any bottles left still in my pantry - my missus used in her cooking sometimes, that much I know.

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