An elegant bar called L’Ambre, located in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, is known for its creative cocktail offerings. Now, it has a whole new range of drinks that it is whipping up to beat the summer heat. For summer 2014, L’Ambre has created a variety of refreshing non-alcoholic drinks for visitors and residents of Paris to enjoy.
L’Ambre was established in autumn 2012 at 29 Rue Brunel by two former bartenders who worked at the famous Hôtel de Crillon. They wished to create an atypical ambiance that combined various cosmopolitan styles as well as a love of music and cocktails. The decor suggests a Parisian elegance accompanied by 1930s New York City accents.
As a result, the bar offers refined cocktails that are more elegant than the drinks found in the trendy cocktail bars that have become so fashionable these days. The client is king at L’Ambre and personalized drink orders are encouraged. Patrons can therefore ask the bartender to concoct any drink that strikes their fancy. They can also choose from a selection of house cocktails made from champagne, fresh fruit, liqueurs and floral essences.
Guests staying at the Hôtel Louvre Marsollier can also discover the summertime non-alcoholic drinks such as smoothies, and “Floradrinks,” a special concept invented by L’Ambre. Smoothies come in flavors such as Floride (French for Florida) — made from mango juice, fresh orange juice, cranberry juice and yogurt. The Jardinier (the Gardener) is made from organic carrot juice, pear juice, apple juice and yogurt. The Watermelon Floradrink offers fresh cucumber juice, fresh lemon juice, cranberry juice and watermelon syrup. A final example is the Cassis Floradrink, created from fresh berry coulis, cranberry juice, and blackcurrant floral water.
With its unique drink menu, L’Ambre Bar provides the perfect spot to take a break from the hot Parisian summer sun.