Louis XIII Black Pearl AHD a limited edition cognac bottled in bespoke Baccarat decanters


If you fancy collecting rare spirits, here’s a deal that surely you cannot resist! In celebrating the 100th birthday of its former chairmen André Hériard Dubreuil, LOUIS XIII has introduced a uber fine limited-edition cognac called the Black Pearl AHD. The luxe spirit comes housed in a steel-colored crystal decanter, making the entire package more appealing than ever!


A rare blend of LOUIS XIII, the Black Pearl AHD cognac is produced in a numbered and limited edition of only 1498 personalized Baccarat decanters in the color of steel. The rich spirit is drawn from a single tierçon hidden in the family reserve, deep inside the André Hériard Dubreuil cellar, making it one of the most revered of its kind. Its dark and dampened origin renders fresh, floral and intense earthy aromas to the newest Louis XIII with remarkable notes of dried roses, honey, myrrh, cigar box, plum, honeysuckle, leather, figs and passion fruit that further complement its exquisite flavors.

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For being one of the finest of its kind, the Louis XIII Black Pearl AHD comes parked in a decanter that is wholly inspired by a flask found on the battlefield of Jarnac in 1569. Created by the makers at the Maison Baccarat, the hand-blown crystal vessel bears a delicate symmetry of lacework with the meticulous detail of the medallions and their minute pearl inlays. Only 1498 decanters of the Black Pearl AHD will be available and we recommend you grab yours early enough!

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[Via:Cognac Expert Blog]