Rémy Martin Diamant Fine Champagne Cognac is inspired by a diamond

Rémy Martin Diamant Fine Champagne Cognac will be launched at DFS stores to commemorate the leading travel retailer’s 50th anniversary. Priced at $1,000, this new top end cognac by Rémy Martin is inspired by a diamond nestling in a jewelry box. Exclusively manufactured for travel retailers, it contains very rare grapes and boasts traditional distillation methods, long maturation in Limousin oak casks and the Cellar Master’s expertise. The creator of the this special edition, Cellar Master Pierrette Trichet, states “To create Rémy Martin Diamant, I have selected the rarest eaux-de-vie from the heart of Cognac – from among the top 10% that are the most prized – and polished them like a precious stone.” Establishing its supremacy like a diamond, it is based on the four Cs – Carat, cut, color and clarity. The concoction is bottled in a chiseled, glittering decanter topped with a cabochon stopper that features Rémy Martin’s centaur motif. The packing is intentionally designed to open up like a jewelry box.

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