Please Wait

We are loading an UltraSuperWebsite

We are loading UltraSuperStreets

We are loading UltraSuperHolograms

Our Reel .

Drag and drop

"Cognac? That’s what my uncle drinks."





2019 2020


The task was huge: Take Martell to their rightful place in the minds and hands of younger millennials. How could we introduce the brand to a brand new generation while still retaining its existing audience?
This is how.

The real story
behind an unreal lady.

Audy Bleu

In 2019, we launched Singapore’s first branded virtual influencer, Audy Bleu. With a personality as bright as her electric blue hair, Audy helped Martell fulfill a specific need - to bring the brand into the social media conversations in an audacious way. She has partied with the who’s who of the party scene at Martell events, concocted exclusive Martell cocktail recipes, and even collaborated with her PUMA virtual counterpart, Maya. Considering the amount of shares, comments, and questionable DMs she’s received, we’d like to think Audy turned out to be a virtual success.

A drag queen, a writer,
an asmr artist and a heavy metal band walk into a bar...

Martell Curious Sessions

To spark conversation around Martell NCF’s tagline ‘Be Curious’, we created a branded video series in collaboration with local alternative media outfit, RICE Media, and dared Singaporeans to step out of their comfort zones. “Curious Sessions” brought together two parties from vastly different backgrounds as they dove head-first into curious, lesser-known subcultures. It also takes immense pride in featuring Singapore’s first branded queer content. Cheers to progress.

Go hard and stay home.

Martell Homemade

The year is 2020, and Singapore is staying home for good reason. Since bor-hopping was out of the picture, how could we still get people thinking and drinking Martell? The solution: #MartellHomemade, a digital initiative that saw us bringing entertainment and cocktail recipes right to people’s homes. Working together with DJs and Martell’s brand ambassadors, #MartellHomemade saw weekly programmes filled with branded Facebook Live DJ sets, and videos of unique cocktail recipes viewers could make at home. Fun fact: The cocktails were so popular, they’ve found their way to bars and clubs as mainstay menu items.