The lucky 65 who were invited to Remy's 'Feel More' blind dinner at Aqua were treated to an intimate evening which took place mostly in the dark to soothing music. Among the guests were Pansy Ho Chiu-king, chairman of the Hong Kong Cancer Fund fundraising committee Andrew Yuen, Anthony Fung and Winston Wong. They were ushered upstairs where they were encouraged to sample cocktails before being led into a dark tunnel where they had to feel their way while inhaling scents meant to remind them of cognac. There were a few squeals of terror as curtains brushed against faces, but most embraced the spirit of the evening. Others found dinner just as terrifying as it was served in near-darkness. Managing director of Remy Cointreau, Marie-Helene Prevot, said: 'We came up with the idea of blind dinners because if you eliminate one sense, you heighten the others. We wanted to create surprise and change in the way cognac is consumed.' One of the highlights must have been the video footage of socialites - including Alex Shum, Jimmy Wong, Elaine Li, Michelle Cheng, Cecilia Yau, celebrity designer Dorian Ho, hairdresser to the stars Kim Robinson, and Bonnie Gokson - walking through the pitch-black tunnel. Some looked confused, others looked terrified and many smiled sweetly at the camera, obviously having been tipped off. MC Philip Chan kept the guests entertained, particularly during the screening of the video clips of them tripping and feeling their way through the darkness, much to the embarrassment of some - one was said to resemble a character from The Blair Witch Project. Edwin Ing, executive director of Dickson Group, said: 'It was an interesting and enjoyable concept, something new to make it stand out among the many functions that take place every week.' Yuen added: 'Remy Martin achieved what they wanted - for people to focus on the cognac.'