Symphony 6 is a moment in an eternal summer. Breezes through a citrus grove, a kiss of black currant buds, depth of coffee leaves, musk and leather notes, a never-lost evening.
“Flavor is an incredibly powerful way of registering memories. The stories of our lives can be captured through flavors.” - Lars Williams.
Symphony 6 is a melody.
Symphony 6 is complex, of highs and lows, conflict and resolve, a melody we took our time to master.Symphony 6. Best enjoyed over a sense of nostalgia.
Symphony 6 explores the potential of often underutilized leaves. It plays with the fragrant flavor profiles of mandarin, lemon, coffee, black currant and fig leaves elevated by deep notes of ambrette seeds and vetiver roots.
Make it Empirical
Bring a touch of eternal summer to your favorite drinks.
SYMPHONICGo to serve
Harmony in simplicity. Pair Symphony 6 with a Mediterranean style tonic and go back to that special evening by the water, when the summer breeze matches the melody of languid waves.
Symphony 75Go to serve
The delicate aromas of citrus groves on a sun-drenched day find their way in this twist on a classic French 75. Refreshing and bright, your favorite sunset in a glass.
Cloud 9Go to serve
Feeling comfortable in your most colourful outfit. Dancing like no one is watching. Drinking blue cocktails without any remorse. Letting your guilty pleasure become just pleasure, one sip at a time.
Symphony 6 exists within a world you both know and don’t know. Of realism and fantasy. Day and night. Sweetness and bitterness. Nostalgia and now. It is the result of how we love to work at Empirical, with memories and flavor at the forefront. Symphony 6 is complex, featuring light florals, musk and leather that calls to a very different kind of spirit. And a very different kind of world.
"Empirical is forever inspired by the role flavor plays in our ability to create and transport experiences."
What will you remember?
When you first taste the black currant aromas and acidity of the citrus leaves? Will you think of that perfect twilight moment enjoyed on holiday?
When the green fruit fig leaves hit your tastebuds – will it make you think of eternal summer or talking to your crush as a teenager?
What will you remember when the coffee leaves bring in their musky leather notes? Will you think of the dark underbelly of a city? Will it be real or imagined?
Watch Episode 3 of Flavor Up! and join us behind the scenes, as Thomas Lim, culinary director and partner of Wish You Were Here group, takes us through the underlying philosophy of Belles Beach House, how you can learn from what happens in a kitchen to overcome barriers and embrace failure, break away from tunnel vision and keep adding creativity to everything you do.