Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai in Vietnam welcomes Nico De Soto this July for an upcoming pop-up series exploring new drinks with fresh ingredients. Considered the bartender with the most world trips in a year, De Soto travels across select Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts in Asia this summer to bring his cultural spirit and diverse expertise to guests.
The pop-up series, From Market-to-Glass, sees De Soto, owner of MACE NYC and DANICO Paris, come to the property, July 13–17. In the series, De Soto uses the hotel’s organic, on-site farm and the region’s nearby markets in Hoi An to craft five beverages, including one mocktail, to highlight the local culture and its many flavors. De Soto also plans to make special guest shift appearances at the hotel’s bar, as well as host an exclusive MasterClass session for a private bartending experience.
De Soto’s series shows guests the spirit of Vietnam through cocktail-making, and the five cocktails he makes in the series will then be added to the resort’s cocktail menu for future guests to enjoy. De Soto’s drinks feature local flavors, as well as Plantation Rum, Cognac Ferrand, Citadelle Gin and Perrier.
Guests unable to visit Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai for the pop-up event are invited to create some of De Soto’s Vietnam-inspired beverages at home through some of his own tips.
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